Up  the  creek  ski  &  rec  club, 

denver’s  Premier  Ski, Sports  &  Social  CluB,

P. O. Box  22463,  Denver, CO   80222

A  FEW  SEASONAL  SNOWFALL AMOUNTS  for  the  GREATER

DENVER  AREA -

GREATEST  SEASONAL  SNOWFALL:
118.7 inches in 1908-1909
2nd GREATEST  SEASONAL  SNOWFALL:
99.3 inches in
 1958-1959
3rd GREATEST  SEASONAL  SNOWFALL:
98.9 inches in 
1913-1914
4th GREATEST  SEASONAL  SNOWFALL:
94.5 inches in 
1972-1973
5th GREATEST  SEASONAL  SNOWFALL:
93.5 inches in
1946-1947
6th GREATEST  SEASONAL  SNOWFALL:
91.5 inches in
1973-1974
7th GREATEST  SEASONAL  SNOWFALL:
90.5 inches in
1943-1944
EARLIEST DATE of
FIRST  SNOWFALL:
September 3rd,
1961
LATEST DATE of 
FIRST  SNOWFALL:

November 

21st, 1934

AVERAGE DATE of 
FIRST  SNOWFALL:
October 
20th
LEAST  SEASONAL  SNOWFALL:
21.3 inches in
1888-1889
 2nd  LEAST  SEASONAL  SNOWFALL:
22.8 inches in
2010-2011
3rd  LEAST  SEASONAL  SNOWFALL:
26.6 inches in
1981-1982

AVERAGE  SEASONAL  SNOWFALL  57.1 inches

​  (data gathered 1882 - May 2016, per The National Weather service.)

SNOW DAY
May 12th, 2014,
4 inches in 
Greater
Denver
and   
May 1st,
2013,
5 inches 
in Greater
Denver.
SCHEDULE :  page 2

SKIER / SNOWBOARDER RESPONSIBILITY CODE:

  • Safety on the slopes is everyone's responsibility. Ski safely-not only for yourself, but for others as well.

  • Always stay in control and be able to stop or avoid objects.

  • People ahead of you have the right of way. It is your responsibility to avoid them.

  • Do not stop where you obstruct the trail or are not visible from above.

  • Whenever starting downhill or merging into a trail, yield to others.

  • Always use devices to help prevent runaway equipment.

  • Observe all posted signs and warnings.

  • Keep off closed trails and out of closed areas.

  • Prior to using any lift, you must know how to load, ride, & unload safely.

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COLORADO SKI and SNOWBOARD  SAFETY  ACT -

Under Colorado law, a skier  or snowboarder assumes the risk of any injury to person or property resulting from any of the inherent dangers and risks of skiing or snowboarding and may not recover from any ski area operator for any injury resulting from any of the inherent dangers and risks of skiing or snow-boarding, including but not limited to: changing weather conditions; existing and changing snow conditions; bare spots; rocks; stumps; trees; collisions with natural objects, man-made objects, or other skiers or snowboarders; variations in terrain, whether natural or as a result of slope design; freestyle and extreme terrain; jumps; snowmaking or grooming operations; and the failure of skiers to ski, or snow-boarders to ride within their own abilities.

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