Aspen Skiing Co.
Aspen Skiing Co. says Aspen Highlands won’t open for the season Saturday as planned because there’s not enough snow.
The lack of snow and visitors to ski resorts this warm early season has left ski resort employees facing hard times.
The Aspen Skiing Co. says it will open 230 acres of new terrain on Burnt Mountain, making the Snowmass Ski Area the second-largest ski resort in Colorado behind Vail.
This ski season, Aspen Skiing Co. will begin requiring employees to wear helmets when they’re on duty and clicked in to their skis or snowboards.
Aspen Skiing Co. executives are promising to do better this year after the company’s skier visits failed to match the growth rates of the Colorado ski industry last winter.
An Aspen skiing official and several ski athletes are heading to Washington to warn Congress about the consequences of climate change.
Colorado ski officials are counting on international skiers to boost their bottom line this year.
Aspen Skiing Co. is trying to figure out how to comply with requirements by the National Labor Relations Board not to interfere with advisory boards or committees for ski instructors.
A mudslide has scraped off part of a ski run at the Snowmass resort, and managers are looking to engineers to find a solution.
Aspen is reporting brisk business this holiday weekend as it reopens slopes to skiers because of late-season snowpack.