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  • Deep Powder In Colorado's Snow Country

    A Merry Christmas snowstorm has been blasting through Colorado, leaving resorts with plenty of fresh powder heading into the busy holiday weekend. Full Article

    23rd December 2007

  • New Panoramic Express At Winter Park

    North America's highest, high-speed, six-person chairlift was christened at Winter Park Dec. 15. Full Article

    17th December 2007

  • Loveland Is Open For Lessons

    The Ski & Ride School at Loveland is open for the season. Full Article

    26th November 2007

  • Opening Day Approaches For Many

    Ski resorts across Colorado are waiting for the snowstorms to arrive. Full Article

    12th November 2007

  • Loveland Opens More Terrain

    Loveland is loving the cold weather which makes for perfect snowmaking conditions. Full Article

    5th November 2007

  • Look For Wildlife Along I-70

    A herd of Bighorn sheep graze around the Winter Park and Georgetown exits. Full Article

    5th November 2007

  • Loveland And A-Basin Are Open

    There are two places to hit the slopes in Colorado right now. Full Article

    15th October 2007

  • Arapahoe Basin Opens First

    A-Basin is the first ski/snowboard resort to open for the 2007-2008 season. Full Article

    9th October 2007

  • Snow Is Starting To Fall In Rockies

    The snow has been teasing Colorado skiers and riders. Full Article

    1st October 2007

  • Loveland, Arapaho Fire Up Snow Guns

    The race is on in Colorado as both Arapahoe Basin and Loveland fired up their snow guns Monday night. Full Article

    25th September 2007

  • Loveland Ski Pass Means Benefits

    Loveland's season pass offers all kinds of deals this season. Full Article

    13th September 2007

  • Huge A-Basin Expansion

    Arapahoe Basin lays claim to the nation's largest terrain expansion this year. Full Article

    4th September 2007

  • Avalanche Training at Winter Park

    Winter Park has designated a specific area of the mountain to avalanche training. It's called Beacon Basin. It's where backcountry skiers and boarders can learn about using personal avalanche transmitters. In Beacon Basin, which is at the bottom of the Primrose Trail before Lunch Rock, there are eight buried transmitters. Ski Patrol can activate them at any time for training purposes. Full Article

    20th March 2007

  • Winter Park Starts Work On New Lift

    Winter Park is reaching new heights by starting construction on what will be the highest, high-speed six-pack chairlift in North America. Construction has just begun on the new $8 million lift, in Winter Park's Parsenn Bowl. The new Leitner-Poma chair will take skiers and riders up to approximately 12,060 feet above sea level. Full Article

    13th March 2007

  • Loveland Is for Lovers

    Love was in the air at Loveland for the 16th Annual Mountaintop Matrimony on Valentine's Day. More than 50 couples were either married or renewed their high atop Lift Two, at 12,000 feet in altitude. The mass wedding ceremony - with many - on skis or boards, is a longtime Loveland tradition. Full Article

    20th February 2007

  • Avalanche Dogs In Action

    If you have ever seen a dog running around your local ski patrol hut, you can bet they are not there to just play. Many resorts have avalanche dogs, trained to jump into action in the unlikely event of an avalanche. In January, more than 30 teams of highly-trained avalanche rescue dogs and their handlers renewed their skills in Little Cottonwood Canyon. Full Article

    30th January 2007

  • Birthday Bash for Mary Jane

    All the excitement has been at Winter Park recently as Mary Jane celebrated its 31st birthday. The non-stop week of fun included the Mary Jane Look-Alike Contest, as well as parades, competitions (human bowling?) and fireworks. Full Article

    30th January 2007

  • Denver's Latest Terrain Park is Free

    It has been a world of white in Denver this winter, as the Front Range city has been unseasonably pounded with snow. Denver is taking advantage of plenty of powder by building a terrain park, with the help of Denver-owned Winter Park Resort. Full Article

    23rd January 2007

  • Avi Awareness Up in Utah and Colorado

    Utah and Colorado's crazy weather patterns have continued with sporadic blasting snowstorms. Resorts have been getting a foot or so, with a few days off between storms. The heavy snow triggered an avalanche on Berthoud Pass, which is the road you take from Denver and I-70 to get to Winter Park. Full Article

    9th 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

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Storm Eris Gallery: Slashing Holiday Stashes All Over Colorado

Feet of fresh snow last week set skiers up for deep pow turns and free refills through the holidays.More