The late January blast of snow in Colorado’s high country is great news for ski resorts across the state, and Beaver Creek is no exception.
This weekend’s winter storm left anywhere from half a foot to more than a foot of snow in many parts of the mountains. But it was too little too late and for about a dozen ski resorts who closed for the season Sunday.
More ski resorts have shut down for the season.
Authorities say two people are dead and four others injured after a private airplane from Texas crashed just short of an airport runway during a heavy snowstorm in Colorado.
Have your child towed behind a horse through downtown and also watch a man ski down a hill with candles rocketing from his backpack at the 99th Annual Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival in Steamboat Springs.
There has been another death at a Colorado ski area. A snowboarder died at Steamboat on Tuesday.
What’s not to like about buy-one-get-one-free? But one Colorado company bet it all on Mother Nature.
The Colorado Avalanche Information Center is warning backcountry skiers that the danger of avalanches in northern mountains is considerable.
Steamboat and Beaver Creek both fired up lifts for the season Wednesday morning.
Aspen Skiing Co. is teaming with Steamboat and Winter Park on a new pass that offers a couple of days of skiing at each resort.