Ski Resorts Impacted From Covid

2020 may have felt like the longest year but we are now into December and 2021 is just around the corner! So, besides the Holidays, what is one of the best parts about December in Colorado? Skiing and snowboarding!

Of course, it will look a bit different this year but ski areas in counties listed at Level Red, or “severe risk,” on the state’s COVID-19 dial will still be allowed to remain open!

In order to help keep people safe, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has put out guidance for ski areas to follow.

The ski season will not only look different in general — it'll also look different from resort to resort so be sure to check the ski area website or give them a call for details.

Here is a list of Colorado resorts along with their contact information and below the photo is the projected opening dates. Note that all dates are subject to change.



  • Arapahoe Basin — Nov. 9

  • Aspen Highlands — Dec. 12

  • Aspen Mountain — Nov. 26

  • Beaver Creek — Nov. 25

  • Breckenridge — Nov. 13

  • Buttermilk — Dec. 18

  • Copper Mountain — Nov. 30

  • Crested Butte — Nov. 25

  • Eldora — Nov. 23

  • Keystone — Nov. 6

  • Loveland — Nov. 11

  • Monarch — Nov. 20

  • Powderhorn — Nov. 27

  • Purgatory — Nov. 21

  • Silverton (heli) — Nov. 25

  • Silverton (guided) — Dec. 26

  • Ski Cooper — Dec. 9

  • Snowmass — Nov. 26

  • Steamboat — Dec. 1

  • Sunlight — Dec. 21

  • Telluride — Nov. 28

  • Vail — Nov. 20

  • Winter Park — No Date Yet

  • Wolf Creek — Oct. 28

  • Bluebird Backcountry — Dec. 24

  • Echo Mountain — Nov. 27

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Bundle up and enjoy the beautiful outdoors! Kylie

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