Loveland Ski Area
Good news for skiers and boarders– several ski areas are extending their seasons thanks to fresh spring snow.
The Loveland ski area has just surpassed 300 inches of snow for the season.
The storm has made roads dangerous across Colorado and is also raising avalanche concerns.
Skiers and boarders hit the slopes early Sunday morning after Arapahoe Basin fired up the lifts for the season, and powder hounds are excited.
Snow guns are now working overtime at Arapahoe Basin and Loveland ski areas.
Loveland Ski Area is already looking forward to opening day this fall thanks to a dusting of snow on Thursday.
Loveland ski area is calling it quits for the season.
The sole survivor of an avalanche that killed five men in Colorado was fully buried in snow except for his left arm, which allowed him to clear snow from his face so he could breathe.
There was a ski helmet with sequins and a veil, plus suit jackets worn over snow vests.
Several Colorado ski resorts are making après ski a bit fancier, with drinks that leave weary skiers shouting, “Another round, barkeeper!”