Keystone reports snowiest March on record with half a month to go |

Keystone reports snowiest March on record with half a month to go

A snowboarder smiles while shredding the fresh corduroy at Keystone Resort last Friday. This weekend, Keystone will have open lift-serviced skiing across all three of its peaks.
Courtesy Keystone Resort

Keystone Resort boasted on Thursday of its snowiest March on record, with 84 inches falling on the resort by March 14, after two weeks of wild, strong storms. Keystone said it was also their snowiest month since December 1996, when the resort got 90 inches, making it likely that this March will be their snowiest on record by the end of the month.

Vail Resorts’ other ski area, Breckenridge Ski Resort, is still the king of the pow this season, with 100 inches of snow depth at the moment. Arapahoe Basin stands at 94 inches while Copper Mountain stands at 82 inches.

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