The air is crisper, the leaves are turning on Snowmass mountain, and the energy throughout Snowmass Base Village rises with anticipation toward our upcoming ski season. This is the perfect time to find your favorite base layers, organize your gear, and plan your visit while imagining powder under your skis.
According to On The Snow reports, during our 2018-2019 season, Snowmass Mountain raked in 396” of total snowfall! This came on 82 separate powder days last year. With a strong and recently historic winter on the books, Snowmass is ready for another season to arrive.
Coming soon, another wildly snowy winter will be upon us as locals and visitors alike prep for the transition from summer and autumn. All of us here in the Rocky Mountains have reason to anticipate such an incredible winter, come the 2019-2020 season.
Bringing up positive predictions for this season, The Old Farmer’s Almanac is suggesting the Rockies will receive incredible precipitation results this year. “Precipitation and snowfall will be above normal, with the snowiest periods in mid- to late December, early and late January, early February, and early and late March. April and May will be cooler than normal, with near-normal precipitation.” With such optimistic expectations for this winter in Snowmass, don’t hesitate to book your Snowmass lodging. The slopes will be waiting for you.
Come and allow Snowmass to show you all it has to offer. From the depth of its local culture to breathtaking summits and views of Capitol Peak, a Snowmass, Colorado experience will exceed your mountain dreams. Snow laden, jagged peaks will have you awe-inspired while the crisp alpine air rejuvenates your passions from the inside, out.
Maybe you’re looking to ski our wild, high alpine terrain. Perhaps you’ve always wanted to experience dog sledding. Or imaginably, you’re in search of a breathtaking snowmobile tour. Regardless of your hopes in adventuring this winter, Snowmass is certain to surpass your expectations. Join us, as we write thrill, adventure, and unforgettable memories into our stories this season.