Keystone accumulates nearly two feet of snow |

Keystone accumulates nearly two feet of snow

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Loveland Ski Area and Arapahoe Basin Ski Area may be the only ski resorts open, but that hasn’t prevented other local resorts from gathering snow.

According to a press release from Vail Resorts, Keystone Resort has accumulated nearly 20 inches in the past week on its North Peak, thanks in large part to the winter storms of the past two days. Breckenridge Ski Resort and Beaver Creek Ski Resort built up 8 inches each, and Vail Ski Resort reported 11 inches.

At Copper Mountain, unofficial snow reports tally storm snowfall totals at close to 14 inches by 6 a.m. Tuesday. Snow fell all day Tuesday for additional accumulation that hasn’t yet been counted.

Keystone and Copper are the next local resorts to open for the season on Nov. 5, with Breckenridge following suit on Nov. 12.

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