At Silverton Mountain in Colorado, snow is always possible any time of year with peaks as high as 13,500’, but fresh powder feels extra special in September!
The Silverton Ski Patrol was out “inspecting” the snow conditions after a large winter storm dropped plenty of deep powder on the slopes. Fresh powder turns and smiles were in abundance as the ski patrol made the first ski turns of the 2020-21 season.
After a premature ending to last ski season due to COVID, skiers and snowboarders are extra eager to open the 2020-21 ski season. Silverton Mountain is optimistic for an early opening for 2020-21. This isn’t the first time Silverton Mountain has received large early snow, with powder falling as early as August in previous years.
It looks like 2020-21 is off to a great start!