Just a handful of Colorado ski resorts will be open after this weekend.
This week’s winter storm dumped nearly one foot of fresh powder on Aspen to the delight of many skiers and boarders who enjoyed some late-season runs on the slopes.
Colorado’s tourism leaders want to better use social media to boost the state’s second-largest industry. They’re using the Mountain Travel Symposium to discover new technology and ideas to accomplish that goal.
It’s not dinosaurs but in many ways it’s even more interesting; exploring a time when great creatures of the past and man began to interact.
Take a trip back in time thousands of years without a time machine or leaving Denver at the new “Mammoths and Mastodons: Titans of the Ice Age” exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
Nothing builds up an appetite like skiing or boarding in Colorado’s high country. Check out these resort restaurants that offer a unique experience.
Dangerous conditions are forming in the high country. In many parts of the mountains the avalanche conditions are rated at considerable.
Aspen Skiing Company officials say an on-duty ski patrol member has died in an avalanche, becoming the first reported avalanche fatality so far this winter.
Aspen Skiing Co. says Aspen Highlands won’t open for the season Saturday as planned because there’s not enough snow.
Colorado ski resorts are opening to light crowds because of a dry fall and lack of snow. But a relatively new activity is coming in handy for skiers bummed by lack of snow – snow tubing.
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