Colorado Ski Season Winds Down

By: AP
By: AP

One of Colorado's best ski seasons ever is starting to wind down.

Two areas, Howelsen and Powderhorn have already closed.

Eight more, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk, Durango, Ski Cooper, Sol Vista, Sunlight, Telluride and Wolf Creek, close Sunday.

The industry says that with the northern and central mountains get record or near record snow the state may set a record for skiers visits this year.

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