What does that mean, exactly? T-minus one and counting? It’s a reference to the fact that there’s only one more day (plus a few hours) until Colorado’s second ski area opens for the season.
As noted here earlier this week, shortly after Arapahoe Basin officially launched the Colorado ski season on Sunday, Loveland Ski Area followed with the announcement that it would open Thursday, aka tomorrow.
With three days of natural snow helping out, Arapahoe Basin reports that a bit more of the mountain may begin to open over the next week. That bit is likely to begin with Ramrod, an intermediate run from mid-mountain that parallels the run that’s currently open, High Noon.
We’ll see what happens, keep you updated, and add Loveland to the snow report tomorrow. In the meantime here are the 24-hour and 48-hour snow totals from A-Basin…
Arapahoe Basin: 2”, 6” (1 lift, 1 trail, 18” base)