Ski Resorts 'Cautious But Excited' For The Winter Season Following Warm FallRain fell throughout the day on Monday in Summit County, and the sun also made an appearance. The moisture was welcomed, but many people are more than ready for it to start falling in the form of snow -- and fast.
Mountain Resort Towns Enjoying The Economic RecoveryFor a sign of the economic recovery the nation has had since the great recession, look no further than Colorado's own high country.
Early Snow May Cause Best Tourism Season Since RecessionWith early snow falling in the mountains tourists are flocking to Colorado at a rate not seen since the winter of 2007.
Tourists Flocked To High Country Over Holiday WeekendWildfires in Colorado this summer have made national headlines, and there are concerns fewer people will visit our state because of it.
Warm Weather Doesn't Ruin Snow Sculpture Championships In BreckenridgeLarger than life works of art are on display in Breckenridge at the 23rd annual International Snow Sculpture Championships.
Breck's Celebration Of Old Norse God Of Snow Brings Big Business To TownBreckenridge's largest winter festival kicks off this week. It's the 50th anniversary of a celebration for the Old Norse god of snow -- Ullr.
Economy, Drought Hurting Mountain Towns Except BreckenridgeColorado ski resorts are in desperate need of some snow. A travel industry group says the lack of snow and the economy are hurting not only the ski areas, but ski town communities