New 'Adventure Tourism' Program Offered At CSUColorado State University is introducing a first-of-its-kind program that's great for students who love the outdoors.
Eclipse Viewing In The Mountains Will Be 'A Really Awesome Experience'Colorado resorts are hoping to cash in on the eclipse frenzy by offering special package deals to draw the eclipse crowds to the High Country. 
Vail Resorts Makes 'Epic Promise' For Zero FootprintNot even one pound of trash will head for a landfill after 2030 from Vail Resorts properties under a newly announced "epic promise" to be more environmentally friendly.
Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Vail Resorts Will Move ForwardA wrongful death lawsuit against Vail Resorts will move forward. A district court judge rejected a request to dismiss the lawsuit.
Vermont's Stowe Mountain Resort To Be Bought By Vail ResortsVermont's Stowe Mountain Resort is being purchased by the Colorado-based Vail Resorts for $50 million.
Boarders, Skiers Scammed By Bogus Lift TicketsPolice in Vail are warning skiers and snowboarders about bogus ski ticket sales.
After Slow Start, Snow Is Catching Up In Western MountainsAfter a dry autumn, snowfall is rebounding to normal levels at Western ski areas and in the mountains that feed the vital Colorado River.
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.
Resorts Offer Free Skiing For Young Colorado StudentsColorado students in grades K-5 can get several days of free skiing at ski areas in the state that are owned by Vail Resorts this winter.
Vail's Town Council Votes Against Lift Ticket Tax For ParkingThe Vail Town Council has scrapped a plan to raise the lift ticket tax that would have been used to pay for parking.
Vail Voters May Be Asked To Increase Lift Ticket TaxVoters in yet another Colorado resort town -overwhelmed with parking woes - may be asked if resort lift ticket sales tax should be increased to pay for more parking.
Vail Resorts Buys Operator Of 2010 Olympics Site For $1.1 BillionVail Resorts will buy Whistler-Blackcomb Holdings, the Canadian ski resort company that operated the site of the 2010 Winter Olympics, for $1.06 billion.

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