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Check out all the latest happenings at Rocky Mountains ski resorts, from new lifts to terrain expansions, in addition to Rocky Mountains weather forecasts, photo galleries, infographics and current events skiers and mountain travelers should know about. Stay up-to-date on Rocky Mountains ski resort news and events by clicking on articles from the list below or page through to see Rocky Mountains coverage from the entire ski season.
2.23 Snow Before You Go: 3 Storms & Heavy Accumulations - ©Meteorologist Chris Tomer

2.23 Snow Before You Go: 3 Storms & Heavy Accumulations

Three different storm systems will roll across the West over the next five days. Full Article

The Peaks Resort & Spa Named Among the Best in Colorado  - ©Telluride Ski Resort

The Peaks Resort & Spa Named Among the Best in Colorado

The U.S. News & World Report has named The Peaks Resort & Spa on their list of the Best Resorts in Colorado.

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Telluride Ski Resort April 2nd Closing Day to Feature Free Concert with G. Love and Special Sauce - ©Telluride Ski Resort

Telluride Ski Resort April 2nd Closing Day to Feature Free Concert with G. Love and Special Sauce

This year, Telluride Ski Resort will mark the end of its winter season with a free concert by nationally acclaimed band G. Love and Special Sauce. After the annual pond skim competition at Gorrono Ranch, the band will take the stage around 3 pm in Mountain Village Core to officially conclude the ...

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  • Big Mountain Invests $20 Million

    Big Mountain added a new day lodge this winter, but that's not where they intend to stop. As the State of Montana begins rebuilding the narrow, snaking access road this summer, the resort continues with $20 million in improvements. Full Article

    19th March 2007

  • New Mexico Resorts Begin to Close

    After a winter of deep snows, warm temperatures and lack of new snow this month are taking a toll in New Mexico. Fast-changing conditions prompted Angel Fire Resort to change its winter closing date back to its original weekend and two other resorts closed for the season. Full Article

    19th 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

  • Best Boarders at Park City

    Park City hosted the best boarders in the world for the 2007 World Superpipe Championships last weekend. The athletes tore it up in the Eagle Superpipe, the world's largest superpipe and the site for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. Boarders took three runs each, and in the end, the gold went to Shaun White, the 2006 Olympic Gold Medalist. For the women, Torah Bright won for the second year in a row. Full Article

    13th March 2007

  • King Of Bumps To Telluride

    Bash the bumps and learn from the best: Olympic gold medalist Jonny Moseley. The King of the Bumps and Telluride Ski Resort's new Ambassador of Skiing will lead three heart-pumping days of on-snow training for intermediate through advanced ski and snowboard enthusiasts. The fun is March 27-29 and it includes training, video analysis, lift tickets, lunch, snacks and an event party. Full Article

    13th March 2007

  • Superpipe Skiers Tear It Up at Park City

    Park City had the best superpipe skiers in the world competing in the fifth annual World Superpipe Championships this past weekend. Simon Dumont came away with the $15,000 prize and title of 2007 World Superpipe Champion. Dumont, who finished second last year, had a stunning run to beat defending champ Tanner Hall. Full Article

    13th March 2007

  • Wild At Wolf Mountain

    Crazy contraptions will be coming down the hill this weekend at Utah's Wolf Mountain. It's the Spring Kick-off Weekend, featuring the infamous Soap Box Derby. Anything goes in this wild event, as long as skis or boards are involved. The competition starts at noon on Oh My Heck hill, off the Wolfdeedo Chair. Full Article

    13th March 2007

  • Bogus Basin is a Gas

    Skiing at Bogus Basin is a gas so it makes sense that the popular Idaho hill is offering a cross promotion with Treasure Valley Chevron that gets riders a 2-for-1 night ticket when they stop to fill up at the local service station. Full Article

    13th March 2007

  • Montana Racks up Nation's Highest Avalanches

    Just as a new avalanche documentary prepares to hit the Web, March roared into Montana with deadly snow slides. Even though one lucky snowmobiler buried for eight hours survived, the state's fatalities totaled the highest in the nation. Full Article

    12th March 2007

  • First Female Team Skis Grand Teton

    Grand Teton, the highest peak in the Teton Range at 13,770 feet, had been skied by a few women, but not an all female team. Until last week. Setting a first, two Jackson Hole women spent 14 hours climbing the peak and skiing down. Full Article

    12th March 2007

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