With near record high temperatures on Wednesday, snow may be last thing on people’s minds, but the same can’t be said for everyone in Colorado.
Despite temperatures expected to top 90 degrees across Colorado, some kids are hitting the slopes for summer camp.
Colorado skiers and snowboarders will have a unique option when riding up the mountain at Beaver Creek this year.
A federal court has ordered a snowboarder to pay nearly $887,000 after a collision at Breckenridge in February 2012.
Colorado ski resorts are aggressively trying to cash in on summer tourism possibilities, and most are reopening for summer recreation this weekend.
Colorado ski resorts set a visitation record last season, a mark attributed to weather and the California drought.
Even though it’s June, ski season is still going strong.
Aspen is marking the unofficial start of summer with more skiing.
In a statement Tuesday, officials at the Arapahoe Basin ski resort said after receiving two feet of snow, they will be open the weekend of June 6-8. Weekday skiing, though, ends June 1.
In some locations the snow contained an entire month’s worth of water.