With the weekend snowfalls, Breck’s hit some snowfall records! Remember, my data only goes back to the 2000-2001 season, this month’s snowfall to date (79 inches) makes this December the snowiest December in the past 8 years and the snowiest month overall in the past 8 years as well (previous record was 78 inches, which was December last year). Monthly snowfall is 66% above average, and YTD snowfall is 4% above average. Wahoo!
Tis the season at Main Street Station ! Joining us for the first time will be the Agape Outpost Chapel's Living Nativity on December 19, 22 and 23 two shows each night 5:30 and 7pm. The show is 40 minutes long and combines music, dancing, narration and even Flap Jack, the lucky donkey who is one of the stars in the show. Bundle up and join us for this holiday tradition.
Also on the Main Street Station Plaza will be the Airnastics Team and the quad bungy tramp for those thrill seekers. The tramp will be up December 20th - January 4th from early afternoon and into the dinner hour for those who want to jump after skiing.
Breckenridge has 5 inches of fresh powder, topping of a a week of 20 inches of new snow. A fantastic mid-mountain base of 26" greeted holiday skiers and riders with some of the best Thanksgiving conditions in years. But more is on the way. Forecasters predict another 5 to 9 inches beginning Tuesday through late-week, just in time for the first weekend of December. Expect the same at Keystone where the weekend ended up with 23-inch mid-mountain base and power/packed powder conditions.
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