Nation's Only Airport-To-Ski Slope Train A Hit This SeasonThe nation's only airport-to-ski slope train connection was a hit with tourists this season, and is going to keep running from Denver to Winter Park Resort for the foreseeable future.
Woman Found Dead Near Small Colorado Mountain TownHomicide investigators with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation are assisting Grand County sheriff detectives in a potential homicide case.
Teen From Texas Who Died Skiing Wasn't Wearing HelmetA teenager from Texas died after she struck a tree at Winter Park Ski Resort.
Teen Skier Who Died In Tree Collision Was From TexasA 17-year-old girl is the latest person to die at a Colorado ski resort.
Return Of The Ski Train Declared A SuccessThe return of the ski train to Winter Park is being called a success.
Teen Dies After Hitting Tree At Winter ParkA 17-year-old died after she struck a tree while skiing at Winter Park.
Celebration As Ski Train Prepares To Launch On SaturdayThe ski train will start running again on Saturday to Colorado's mountain. The Winter Park Ski Train rail service will begin this weekend and run every weekend through March 26.
Ski Train Makes First Trip Of The Season On SaturdayThe much-anticipated ski train makes its first trip to Winter Park on Saturday.
Charity Hopes 'Colorado Gives Day' Can Help With Rebound After Sports Authority BankruptcyA Colorado charity is hoping it can gain more backers on Colorado Gives Day following a massive budget shortfall because of Sports Authority’s bankruptcy.
Winter Park, Steamboat Celebrate OpeningsTwo more Colorado ski resorts celebrated openings Wednesday morning.
Some Thanksgiving Holiday Skiers Will Be Lucky, Others Not So MuchSome skiers who booked vacations in Colorado's mountains over the Thanksgiving holiday will be lucky, where others may be disappointed.
Colorado Skiers Eagerly Await Return Of Train To The SlopesPowered by two 4,250-horsepower diesel-electric engines, the train is pulled from Denver's historic and newly renovated Union Station about 60 miles and 3,700 vertical feet into Colorado's snow-swept mountains.