Breckenridge Becomes First Colorado Resort to Break 300″ Snow this Season

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Dude, where’s my car?! Credit: Breckenridge

On Monday, Breckenridge Ski Resort became the first resort in Colorado to surpass 300 inches of snowfall this season. In 2017/18, Breck received 271″ ALL season, so winter 2019/20 is being kind to Breck so far!

Breckenridge topped the milestone with 311 inches of snowfall as of Monday evening, and as of Thursday morning are sitting at 320″. Steamboat isn’t far behind, reporting 309″, and Winter Park has 287″.

Elsewhere in the country, Mt Baker, WA, Snowbird and Alta, UT, and Jackson Hole, WY have all exceed 400″ so far this season.


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2 thoughts on “Breckenridge Becomes First Colorado Resort to Break 300″ Snow this Season

  1. Nobody cares, we are busy watching the race to 500″ between Alta/Snowbird and Jackson Hole. Congratulations to breck for being the 16th ski area in North America to break 300″.

    1. Someone drank their HATERADE this morning! I’m at Snowbird and i’m not “busy watching” anyone else’s snow totals, but want everyone to have a great season. Come on, guy. P.S. Snowbird will get to 500″ before Jackson, always has and always will.

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