Summit County Colorado Ski Conditions

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Summit County ShuttlePlanning your Summit County ski vacation and wondering what the Colorado snow conditions are like?  Or have you already arrived in the Rocky Mountains for the holiday and now you’re trying to decide where to ski?  Summit County has received quite a bit of snow in late December, and with more predicted for this week, we are hopeful that even more terrain will open at the local resorts.  Here’s what’s happening right now:


Breckenridge Ski Resort:

Breckenridge has 15 lifts and 72 runs open for a total of 1181 acres.  Peak’s 7, 8, and 9 all have terrain open including easy, intermediate, advanced, and expert trails.  Breck grooms approximately 29% of their terrain.  Check their full terrain status report to see which specific runs and lifts are open.

Keystone Resort:

Keystone has 19 lifts running to 59 runs with a total of 1169 acres.  93% of their beginner terrain and 66% of their intermediate terrain is currently open.  Night skiing will run every evening through January 6th and then will run Wed-Sun until March.  Check their terrain status report for updates and details.

Copper Mountain Resort:

Copper has 16 lifts servicing 691 acres and 66 open runs.  In addition to beginner, intermediate and advanced terrain, Copper’s superpipe and Nastar course are open, as is Woodward at Copper.  For more details and updates, visit their Mountain Report.

Arapahoe Basin Ski Area: 

A-Basin has 5 lifts and 19 trails open, serving 242 acres.  The Basin has beginner, intermediate, and advanced terrain open, as well as the Aces Kids Terrain Park and the High Divide Terrain Park.  Visit their snow conditions report to see which specific lifts and runs are open.

Peak 1 Express will shuttle you to your ski vacation destination leaving you more time and energy to enjoy the snow!