With the front range's first significant snow on Monday, I thought it would be interesting to know who gets the most.

Here are the top 5 Colorado towns ranked by how much snow they average each year. To keep it real, the national average is around 25 inches. I wasn't disappointed to see Grand Junction ranked near the bottom with only 19 inches annually.

5. Aspen, Colorado

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Average Annual Snowfall: 178.8 inches
Average Days with Snowfall: 69.7 days

4. South Fork, Colorado

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Average Annual Snowfall: 179 inches 
Average days with snowfall 66

3. Steamboat Springs, Colorado

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Average Annual Snowfall: 179.6 inches
Average Days with Snowfall: 67.4 days

2. Vail, Colorado

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Average Annual Snowfall: 190 inches 
Average Days with Snowfall: 66.1 days

1. Crested Butte, Colorado

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Average Annual Snowfall: 216.6 inches 
Average Days with Snowfall: 66.2 days

What's great about living in the Grand Valley is that we can always make a short drive to the higher elevations if we want to play in the white stuff and not have to deal with 60+ days of annual snowfall. My back couldn't handle that much shoveling.