'Fractured Everywhere': Victim In Skiing Hit & Run Seriously InjuredBefore being hit while skiing at Vail Resorts last week, Patricia Koenig didn't need help getting out of bed. But now she can't do it on her own.
Ski Resorts Back On Track After Slow Start To SeasonDespite a slow start with delayed openings at most high country resorts earlier this month, places like Vail are back on track.
Vail Mountain Pushes Back Opening Due To Warm WeatherWarm weather has forced Vail Mountain to push its opening day back one week.
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Vail To Remain Open A Week Longer, Keystone Closes For SeasonThose wanting to ski at Keystone will have to wait until next year after the resort closed for the season on Sunday.
'Pink Vail' Raises More Than $735,000 To Help Conquer CancerNearly 3,000 people participated in this year's Pink Vail event to conquer cancer last Saturday.
Body Of Snowboarder Found On Vail Mountain Days After Last SeenThe body of a snowboarder was found on Vail Mountain two days after he was last seen.
Industry Leaders: Skiing Cheaper Than You ThinkIndustry leaders say that even though last-minute lift tickets at some resorts now exceed $100, skiing has never been more affordable if you're savvy about discounts.
Wedding Band Mystery At Vail Grows After No One Claims RingThe mystery surrounding the engraved wedding band found underneath the chairlift on Vail Mountain continues to grow after no one claimed the ring.
CAIC Releases Video Of Slide That Killed Vail Founder's GrandsonThe Colorado Avalanche Information Center has released video of an avalanche that killed the grandson of one of the founders of Vail Ski Resort as part of its investigation into the deadly slide.
Vail Mountain Founder's Grandson Dies In AvalancheThe grandson of one of the founders of Vail Mountain has died in an avalanche that also injured three others Tuesday in the backcountry near Vail.
New Law Helping Summer Tourism In The High CountryColorado’s ski resorts host tens of thousands of people a day in the winter, but they were handcuffed with what they could offer in the summer -- that is until Sen. Mark Udall made a law changing that.