Just a handful of Colorado ski resorts will be open after this weekend.
It didn’t take Bob Williams long to embark on his first bike-and-beer tour. He was 15 and couldn’t drive, so Williams and his friends convinced their parents to let them ride their bikes 300 miles through Wisconsin.
Avalanche control work shut down Highway 40 over Berthoud Pass for a while on Thursday.
Taking a deep breath, Wally Mozdzierz points his skis down the icy slope and leans forward. He hears the snow crunch and feels the contours change beneath him as he glides swiftly down the mountain, his guide following close behind.
Colorado is gearing up for a great ski season. With falling snow and excited skiers and riders, Colorado’s ski resorts are welcoming new visitors and returning veterans alike to the slopes. We bring you some of Colorado’s top places to check out this ski season.
Throughout the winter Highway 40 over Berthoud Pass is closed intermittently for avalanche control. This year, there’s a plan to change that.
A disappointing snow year in much of Colorado ski country last season has the state’s resorts and hotels hoping that snowboarders and skiers will burn off some pent-up demand for deep snow this winter.
Ski resorts have been welcoming snow after going through a drier-than-normal season in much of the state last winter.
Monday morning has brought snow to many areas of Colorado’s high country, and the flakes are providing encouragement to ski resorts.
A big crowd got down and dirty all for a good cause this weekend in the high country.