Colorado Ski Country said all 21 of its member ski resorts received much needed snow over the last four days, with some receiving up to 6 feet as of Tuesday. Double digit snow totals were reported at many resorts throughout Colorado Ski Country from Aspen to Wolf Creek.

With 78 inches, Silverton Mountain in Southwest Colorado received the most snow from the storm. Neighboring Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort was the next major benefactor registering 37 inches, just edging out Wolf Creek where 36 inches fell. And on the Western Slope, Colorado Ski Country USA Gem resort Powderhorn racked up 33 inches so far this week.

Steamboat resort in Northwest Colorado captured just over 26 inches, while Telluride (shown in photo above by Brett Schreckengost) in Southwest Colorado welcomed 23 inches. In the Central Mountains Sunlight Mountain saw 20 inches fall, Monarch boasted 18 inches, and Crested Butte 17 inches. Aspen Highlands and Snowmass both reported 12 inches of new snow from the storm while Aspen and Buttermilk both reported 8 inches.

The powder didnt stop there. Howelsen Hill received 7 inches, and closer to the Front Range, both Winter Park and Loveland stacked up 6.5 inches of fresh snow. Copper Mountain compiled an even 6 inches, Arapahoe Basin collected 5 inches and Ski Cooper gathered 4 inches. Ski Granby Ranch and Eldora both benefited from a few inches of new snow as well.