Snowmass Village

An image of the elk (credit: CBS)

Wildlife Officials Remove Hammock From Elk’s Antlers

An elk is back in the wild after getting itself in quite the predicament in Snowmass Village on Thursday.

08/31/2012

Louie Vito does a hand stand in the start area  prior to the men's snowboard superpipe final during Winter X Games 2012 at Buttermilk Mountain on January 29, 2012 in Aspen, Colorado.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

X Games To Remain In Aspen For 2 More Years

It took a long negotiation, but the X Games are headed back to Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen.

05/01/2012

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Bodies Of 2 Plane Crash Victims Found In Southwest Colorado

The final two people killed in a plane crash in the southwest Colorado mountains were found Tuesday.

12/06/2011

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Museum of Nature & Science Inveils Paintings Of ‘Snowmastodon’

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science completed its largest-ever fossil excavation at Ziegler Reservoir near Snowmass Village and on Friday released science updates and unveiled landscape paintings of site.

11/12/2011

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Early Snow Means Early Opening For Snowmass

Snowmass ski resort is opening five days early because of heavy snow over the past month.

11/11/2011

The fossil dig in Snowmass Village (credit: Denver Museum of Nature and Science)

Theory On Snowmass Ice Age Mastodons: Quicksand

Scientist at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science say they’re testing a theory that an earthquake or a series of earthquakes turned an ancient lakebed into quicksand.

11/10/2011

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Aspen Skico Disappointed With Growth Rate

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.

10/19/2011

Travis Rice of the USA performs an air during the Freestyle Day of the World Heli Challlenge at Mount Aspiring National Park on August 3, 2010 in Wanaka, New Zealand.  (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

Snowboarder Rice Goes Big On ‘The Art of Flight’

Extreme snowboarder Travis Rice isn’t interested in making mere “ski porn” films — the downhill documentaries known for showing trick after breath-taking trick over a soundtrack of thrashing guitars.

09/05/2011

A fossil from the Snowmass dig (credit: CBS)

Scientists Show Off Ice Age Fossils In Denver

Thousands of bones have made their way from Colorado’s high country to Denver, and on Tuesday scientists at the Museum of Nature & Science showed off the fossils.

07/12/2011

Kirk Johnson, spokesman for the Denver Museum of Nature & Science (credit: CBS)

Museum To Show Off Thousands Of Bones Unearthed Near Snowmass

Crews have recovered nearly 5,000 fossils from a site near Snowmass Village since excavation began last year.

07/08/2011

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