Wolf Creek buried in snow; Summit gets an inch or two | SummitDaily.com

Wolf Creek buried in snow; Summit gets an inch or two

Daily News staff report
Scott DW Smith for Wolf Creek Ski AreaAction at Wolf Creek Friday

Wolf Creek Ski Area in southern Colorado reports it has received 55 inches of nw snow since Tuesday morning. Saturday, the east side of Wolf Creek Pass is open to the ski area; the west side of Wolf Creek Pass is closed until further notice. Call CDOT at 877-315-7623 for current road conditions.

Meanwhile, the storm moving through the state yielded little for Summit County ski areas, with Breckenridge reporting 2 inches Saturday, Keystone 1, A-Basin 1 and Copper 2.

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