Skiers and snowboarders are getting a few more options of where to ride this weekend, as ski season picks up.
The 2014 Winter Olympics in Russia are still 463 days away but training starts Thursday for the US Ski Team at a one-of-a-kind facility at Copper Mountain.
We have a winner in the race to start snowmaking at ski resorts in the high country.
It’s going to be a long summer watching the water for businesses that depend on healthy river flows in Colorado. A lack of snow over the winter will mean lower than normal river levels.
Coroner’s officials say an 18-year-old skier from Wisconsin has died after veering off a trail at Copper Mountain resort in Colorado and into a valve shed used for snowmaking.
Until recent snowfall, ski conditions had been a disappointment in Colorado’s Rockies.
A high wind warning for parts of the Front Range is in the forecast for Tuesday night and the strong winds already have been causing problems.
Even with recent snow, overall skier visits to the high country have been down this year. So it may seem pretty strange that one town government is trying to break into the ski industry.
The Colorado Department of Transportation planned to run pace cars on Interstate 70 all the way from Silverthorne to Floyd Hill on Sunday, but that didn’t happen after they ran into an unexpected problem.
It should have been one of the best powder days of the season on Sunday. Instead, a power outage shut down the lifts at Copper Mountain.