Keystone Resort has boosted its family-friendly image this winter with a free ski lift ticket offer for kids, and families are taking advantage.
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Keystone Resort isn’t waiting until the first snowfall to open to boarders and skiers.
The winds in the high country didn’t seem as bad as predicted on Wednesday, but some skiers from Alabama told CBS4 the forecast kept a lot of them from hitting the slopes.
This weekend skiers and boarders are enjoying the snow at two more ski resorts in Summit County — Copper Mountain and Keystone. For one family opening day at Keystone was an emotional one.
Vail Resorts is offering something new with its ski passes this season. It allows skiers and riders to keep track of the runs they’ve used. But the new program is also raising some questions about privacy.
Learning to ski at a young age is a right of passage in Colorado.
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