Black Mountain Resort, also known as Cheyenne Mountain Resort in the north, has just reopened for business after being closed since February due to a snowstorm.
The resort, which has a three-hour drive from Denver and is situated on a hill in the heart of the Rockies, was opened to the public last month and reopened for guests on Tuesday.
It has reopened its parking lots on Tuesday morning after the resort posted a $6.2 million budget.
The resort has a guest base of more than 1,500 people and includes three lakes, two waterfalls and several climbing areas, said Ryan McKeown, the resort’s general manager.
It is the fourth ski resort in the area in the last decade and has hosted the Denver Marathon in the past.
The first was the ski resort on Mt.
Rainier in 2016, but the current one was closed.
The mountain has hosted ski touring and mountain biking events since the mid-1990s, but that was before the Black Mountain Snowmobile Festival.
In January 2016, a man was killed after he was struck by a snowmobile while riding his bike in the Black Hills.