There will be 5 ski resorts open this weekend in Colorado, with Breckenridge and Loveland joining Keystone, Wolf Creek, and Arapahoe Basin. Throughout the Rocky Mountains and beyond, Mother nature has been feeling generous this past week, delivering feet of snow on various mountain destinations from Colorado to California (Mammoth Mountain also opens this weekend).

Today, Loveland will spin lifts for the first time of the 20/21 season while Breckenridge plans to open Friday, 11/13 with a first chair time still TBA. Below, we’ve rounded up the photo evidence and relevant snow reports so you can see who has the most snow to kick off the 20/21 ski season. Let’s go skiing!

Ski Resorts Currently Open In Colorado:


Peak 6 looking blustery on this Wednesday | Photo Credit: Breckenridge Resort

24 Hour Snowfall – 1″ | 72 Hour Snowfall – 13″ | Base Depth – NA

Lifts Open: TBA

Trails Open: TBA

“Mountain information will be shared and circulated as we get closer to the 2020/21 winter season. We’re pumped to welcome you back to Breck, where we will provide a safe and fun experience this winter. More details to come…”


Opening day | Photo Credit: Kestone Resort

24 Hour Snowfall – 1″ | 72 Hour Snowfall – 8″ | Base Depth – 18″

Lifts Open: 5

Trails Open: 4

“Reservations for Keystone this week are full. New reservations will be released on Wednesday afternoon for Nov. 14-20. As we open up more terrain, we will continue to be able to accommodate more guests. Thank you for your patience.”


Parker “the Snow Dog” is ready for ski season | Photo Credit: Loveland Ski Area

24 Hour Snowfall – 0″ | 72 Hour Snowfall – 5″ | Base Depth – 18″

Lifts Open: 1

Trails Open: 3

“We want to do everything we can to make sure we remain open for the entire season and are counting on everyone to do their part to help keep the season going. Be safe and be smart so we can keep skiing & riding. We invite everyone to come celebrate the start of what is sure to be another great season with us on Wednesday.”

Arapahoe Basin

The Continental Divide looking divine in its winter coat | Photo Credit: Arapahoe Basin

24 Hour Snowfall – 0″ | 72 Hour Snowfall – 7″ | Base Depth – 18″

Lifts Open: 1

Trails Open: 2

“We only have one run, High Noon, open at this time. This is not a beginner experience. Due to capacity restrictions, please consider visiting on a weekday or in the afternoon on weekends if you are able.”

Wolf Creek Ski Area

They already have a 50″ base depth! | Photo Credit: Wolf Creek Ski Area

24 Hour Snowfall – 0″ | 72 Hour Snowfall – 21″ | Base Depth – 50″

Lifts Open: 1

Trails Open: 2

“Wolf Creek Ski Area is NOW OPEN 7-days a week for the 2020-2021 ski season with the Pre-Season COVID-19 Plan!”

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