Slope in numbers: Fewer skiers hit slopes as Colorado snow fails to fly

Fewer skiers hit slopes as Colorado snow fails to fly

Skiers this past Christmas pause at the top of the Plunge, a black-diamond ski run at Telluride Ski Resort. The town of Telluride is 1,355 feet below and mirrors the general lack of snow seen this winter across the West.



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Skiers this past Christmas pause at the top of the Plunge, a black-diamond ski run at Telluride Ski Resort. The town of Telluride is 1,355 feet below and mirrors the general lack of snow seen this winter across the West.

Anyone who made a turn or two this winter at his or her favorite ski resort isn’t surprised to hear overall skier visits for Colorado were down quite a bit this past winter. No lift…




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