Colorado’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.
It’s no surprise that ski resorts in Colorado are a huge tourism draw in the winter but now there’s a push to make them just as attractive in warmer months.
The April snow to hit Colorado this week brings a bonus weekend for skiers and snowboarders. Both Vail and Breckenridge will reopen Friday for the weekend.
Lightning prompted Vail Mountain to evacuate its ski slopes briefly, but it restarted its ski lifts a short time later.
It’s less than a year away from the Winter Olympics in Russia, and one of the biggest snowboarding events that leads up to it took place in Vail this week.
The CEO of Vail Resorts Inc. is scheduled to ring the opening bell Monday on the New York Stock Exchange.
Eldora Mountain Resort says it will open its 50th anniversary season Friday as a smoke-free environment.
Vail Resorts has filed court documents asking a judge to dismiss a wrongful death lawsuit.
Thanks to a new law, Vail Resorts Inc. plans to host a range of summer activities like alpine coasters and Jeep tours on federal land that it previously could use only for skiing and snowboarding.
Known for its high mountain beauty and warm embrace of all things culinary delights, the growing mountain village welcomes the much awaited Taste of Vail for the 22nd year.