Colorado’s winter wait continues: Winter Park opening delayed to Nov. 23

A skier takes on powder tree skiing at Vail. (Snow Snow/Flickr)

The hits keep coming. Warm weather has pushed the opening of Winter Park Resort from Nov. 16 to Wednesday, Nov. 23, the resort announced today.

A skier takes on powder tree skiing at Vail. (Snow Snow/Flickr)
A skier takes on powder in Colorado. This ain’t going to be you for a while. (Snow Snow/Flickr)

Like the rest of Colorado’s resorts, Winter Park is hoping that a forecasted break in the weather next week comes true.

Keystone, Copper, and Breckenridge all have delayed their openings to Nov. 18 or later. Loveland managed to open today, joining Arapahoe Basin as the only available alpine riding in Colorado.

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