SnowSports

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Tracking skiers, snowmobilers could help lynx study

By Dave Buchanan

In a turnabout in the use of radio collars to track wildlife, researchers from the U.S. Forest Service plan to use similar technology to follow two-legged recreationists. The Summit Daily News this week reported that Forest Service ...


Buddy Werner Skiing Results, Jan. 2010

By Staff

Buddy Werner Results 1/17/2010 Class J3 1. Justin Fay, 45.04 Class J4 Girls 1. Kristina Sewell, 38.06; 2. Lilly Dipaola, 43.75; 3. Kidwyn Coughran, 47.03. Boys 1. Jed Wilson, 35.46; 2. Josh Yeoman, 38.68; 3. Ben Swain, 40.15; 4. Ethan ...


Incredible: Take modern snowshoes to Griffith Lake Trail on Grand Mesa

By Staff

The Griffith Lake Cross-Country and Snowshoeing Trail on the Grand Mesa is really a hiking trail in the summer. Go figure. This backcountry trail travels generally east and north, passes around Bull Creek Reservoir No. 4, and eventually ...


Grand Junction’s Dr. Price serving as physician for U.S. Adaptive Ski team

By Dave Buchanan

When the U.S. Adaptive Ski Team arrives this weekend in Sestriere, Italy, for the IPC World Cup, the team physician will be Dr. Richard Price of Grand Junction. Price, who joined Rocky Mountain Orthopaedic Associates six months ago after ...


Incredible: Take modern snowshoes to Griffith Lake Trail on Grand Mesa and enjoy an awesome trek

By Staff

The Griffith Lake Cross-Country and Snowshoeing Trail on the Grand Mesa is really a hiking trail in the summer. Go figure. This backcountry trail travels generally east and north, passes around Bull Creek Reservoir No. 4, and eventually ...


New snow brings dollars, skiers to slopes

By Dave Buchanan

The white stuff outweighs the green stuff. Or, good snow trumps the bad economy. The holiday season is among the busiest periods for Colorado ski resorts — President’s Week is another biggie — so it’s not unexpected ...


Nordic Council seeks volunteers

By Dave Buchanan

If you’ve been among the fortunate many enjoying the well-groomed ski and snowshoe trails at Skyway, County Line or Ward Lake trailheads, you know by now the work is provided by the non-profit Grand Mesa Nordic Council. What you might ...


Bridgette Haggerty fills in for dad to pay for cross-country skis

By Staff

Here’s the deal: I’m home on what may or may not be my very last Christmas brea k from school.  I am officially a second semester senior in college and if all goes well, I’ll have some fabulous job/internship at this ...


Ice challenge: Raising money for Ridgway foundation motivation for ice climber’s 24-hour grind

By Allen Gemaehlich

Will Gadd was surrounded by photographers and cameras as the countdown began. All Gadd did was take a deep breath and smile as he began rappelling to the bottom of Box Canon in Ouray State Park. His unheard of adventure began at noon ...


Telluride adding night lights to terrain park

By Dave Buchanan

Telluride Ski Resort Chief Executive Officer Dave Riley announced Sunday that the resort will add night riding to its menu of on-snow activities. A lighted terrain park and superpipe will be developed just above Heritage Plaza at Mountain ...


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