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  • Ride With Billy the Kidd at Steamboat

    Billy Kidd is a legend in skiing. The Olympic Silver Medalist and World Champion is easily recognizable around town and on the slopes of Steamboat, in his trademark cowboy hat. He's also Director of Skiing for Steamboat. Full Article

    2nd January 2007

  • Breckenridge Gets a New Gondola

    Breckenridge has reached a milestone in its development with the opening of the new BreckConnect Gondola. With room for eight, the gondola connects Breckenridge's main parking lot off Main Street, with the ski resort's base areas. Full Article

    2nd January 2007

  • Colorado Storm Slams Front Range - Again

    Once again, a big holiday storm slammed Colorado's Front Range. This time, the snow piled up post-Christmas, and hit Denver and Boulder the hardest. Resorts closer to the Front Range got the most snow, such as Eldora, SolVista Basin, and Loveland. Winter Park loved the snow, as you can see from the powder picture. Full Article

    2nd January 2007

  • Vail Tribute for President Ford

    The Vail Community held a special candlelight tribute to former President Gerald R. Ford last week. Mr. Ford was a longtime visitor to Vail and a homeowner in Beaver Creek. He loved living part-time in the Colorado mountain community, which he did for nearly 40 years. Full Article

    2nd January 2007

  • Denver Gets Walloped, Ski Resorts Escape

    Denverites were hit hard for the second time in a little more than a week as a major winter storm rolled through the area, knocking out power and shutting down the airport again. The ski areas, meanwhile, stayed pretty dry. Full Article

    29th December 2006

  • Holidays Bring Snow to Silverton

    Santa's sleigh hit the high peaks of Silverton (see upper left corner of picture) and came in for a landing and a few turns on the mountain over the holidays. He brought plenty of snow with him as the southern Colorado resort was pounded with over four feet. Full Article

    26th December 2006

  • Colorado Canines Don Doggles

    No self-respecting snow dog should be allowed to wind-surf his human's pick 'em up truck without a pair of Doggles - eye protection for alpine dogs. John and Melanie Humphrey, owners of Cool Dog Sunglasses on the Snowmass Village Mall, say doggles are just the ticket for fashion forward high country canines. Full Article

    26th December 2006

  • Huge Storm Blankets Colorado

    Denver and the Front Range had to shut down for what some have called the Storm of the Year. It put a halt to holiday travel, especially at Denver International Airport, where travelers could only look at the snow, rather than get to play on it. Full Article

    26th December 2006

  • Keystone's Chocolate City

    Look but don't eat! Keystone's Chocolate Village is on display in the lobby of the Keystone Lodge & Spa. It's the 13th year for the miniature alpine village, designed by Keystone chef Ned Archibald. Full Article

    25th December 2006

  • More Steeps at Keystone

    Perfect powder is now accessible by snowcat at Keystone with the opening of Independence Bowl. It's 278 acres of challenging terrain. While it is in bounds, it has the backcountry feel. Keystone Adventure Tours offers the full-day guided snowcat tour for $81. Full Article

    19th December 2006

  • Seasonal Celebrations at Copper

    Copper Mountain is set to celebrate as their High Alpine Holiday season is underway. Santa will be taking turns on the slopes through Christmas. Look for skating and reindeer games at West Lake. Sven the Entertainer will be doing juggling and fire tricks in the village. Full Article

    19th December 2006

  • Steamboat To Be Sold

    Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation has agreed to be sold for $265 million to Intrawest ULC. The deal is expected to close in March of 2007. Steamboat has been owned by American Skiing Company for the past ten years. Full Article

    19th December 2006

  • Powderhorn's Birthday

    Powderhorn Resort is packed full of powder with more than a foot of new snow from this last storm. Powderhorn is celebrating 40 years of fun on the slopes this season. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • Colorado's Big Snow

    Phew. Heavy sigh. The snow is back. There was a bit of a lull between storms and a few folks were nervous! But now the ground is again covered in white, with storm after storm in the forecast up until the holidays. Resorts are managing with the help of Mother Nature and snowmaking machines. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • Aspen Access is Easier

    It will be easier this winter to get in and out of Aspen. United Airlines is offering direct flights from Los Angeles, Chicago/O'Hare, and San Francisco. International travelers can take advantage of one-stop connections from London/Heathrow, Paris, Frankfurt, Sydney, Auckland and Sao Paulo. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • More Bowls Open at Vail

    Vail is enjoying some powder days. They've had so much snow that Sun Up and Sun Down Bowls are now open, along with China Bowl, Tea Cup Bowl, with the remaining Back Bowls and Blue Sky Basin, all by Friday. That will bring Vail's available terrain to over 4000 acres with 26 lifts. Full Article

    5th December 2006

  • Colorado Snow Totals Crack the Century Mark

    Colorado resorts are delighting over recent snowfalls, which are pushing year-to-date totals up over the 100-inch mark. Wolf Creek leads the way after the most recent storm dumped three feet, letting them open the entire mountain. Aspen had two feet, and two snow days for the local kids. Full Article

    5th December 2006

  • Sharing the Love at Loveland

    Loveland's Love Park is open, with ten features, one of which is the Wall feature. You get to Love Park from Chair Six at the Loveland Basin. It's on the intermediate trail Roulette. Full Article

    5th December 2006

  • Colorado's Gems Resorts

    The best deal in Colorado Ski Country is the Gems Card. That's because some think the Colorado Gems are the best deal in the state. They are the smaller, off-the-beaten-path resorts that are less expensive and a bit easier to navigate. They're perfect for families. Full Article

    28th November 2006

  • Temptation Hill at Telluride

    Precariously perched at 12,000 feet along Gold Hill in Telluride is the Tempter House. Full Article

    28th November 2006

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