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All of A-Basin Ski Area Shut Down Due to Avalanche Possibility

Skiers wanted snow and that is exactly what we got. Snow and a lot of it. So much snow in fact, Arapahoe Basin Ski area has been shut down to the chances of an avalanche on Loveland Pass.

Low angle view of a skier throwing up snow while skiing on a mountain
Ingram Publishing

Tuesday afternoon, around 1 p.m. A-Basin sent home skiers and employees for safety reasons. Arapahoe Basin has gotten just shy of 30 inches of snow in the past three days alone.

Here is to hoping that the snow subsides a bit and everyone is able to get home safely and be able to return to hit the slopes soon!

Source: Denver Post

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