This morning we awoke to even more snow, on Loveland Pass and even on the frontside of Keystone. Mountain operations has reported snow on North Peak and Outback Peak, but today is the first day we have seen snow on the frontside of Keystone. And six miles up the road Arapahoe Basin has already started to blow snow on their main trails.
And word from mountain operations at Keystone is that we need five consecutive nights of temperatures in the low 30s to start blowing snow. So keep your fingers crossed that the weather continues to make this turn towards winter! With only 26 days until Keystone’s opening day, it is all very exciting. Have you booked your lodging for opening weekend yet? Keystone Resort will be the first Vail Resort to open in Summit County.