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Big-name resorts concerned; international market dicey

By Dave Buchanan

Even resort areas often considered recession-proof, such as Aspen and Vail, aren’t sure of what this ski season will bring. In a recent story in the Aspen Times Weekly, Aspen SkiCo Senior Vice President David Perry was quoted as saying, ...


Mountains of deals on the ski slopes

By Dave Buchanan

It’s all downhill to great deals. With Colorado’s ski resorts scrambling to recover from a decline in skier numbers last year, there are plenty of good deals to entice skiers and riders back to the slopes. You name it, ski ...


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Cashing in downslope: Telluride races jolt ski-season economy

By Dave Buchanan

The economic ripples from the 2009 Snowboardcross World Cup races this weekend at Telluride aren’t confined to businesses lining the narrow San Miguel River valley. As businesses in Telluride count the reasons they are happy to host ...


Telluride snowboarding event jolt ski-season economy

By Dave Buchanan

The economic ripples from the 2009 Snowboardcross World Cup races this weekend at Telluride aren’t confined to businesses lining the narrow San Miguel River valley. As businesses in Telluride count the reasons they are happy to host ...


Local skiing results, Dec. 13, 2009

By Staff

WinterStart X.C. Ski Races December 13, 2009 Skyway, Grand Mesa 5K CLASSIC 1   Dave Aschwanden 16:15 2   Christie Aschwanden 17:58 3   Tom Suplizio 18:34 4   Ben Fay 18:45 5   Helen Carlsen 19:44 6   ...


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White stuff a joy at Powerhorn opening

By Amy Hamilton

Hundreds of skiers and snowboarders arrived for Powderhorn’s opening day Saturday, but none were as early as four students from Fruita Monument High School. Casey Mays, Kiani Vogt, Mariah Hartle and Brady King planted themselves at the ...


Skiing Sunset Loop at Skyway on Grand Mesa is perfect way to avoid unbearable gusts

By Staff

I was ready to race. I was psyched up, pumped up, watered up, proteined-up. But when I reached Skyway, I was blown off the hill — not only by the Mesa State Nordic ski team, but by gusting wind. The wind forced postponement of the Grand ...


Skiing Sunset Loop at Skyway perfect way to avoid unbearable gusts

By Staff

I was ready to race. I was psyched up, pumped up, watered up, proteined-up. But when I reached Skyway, I was blown off the hill — not only by the Mesa State Nordic ski team, but by gusting wind. The wind forced postponement of the Grand ...


Powderhorn opens Saturday with 27-inch base

By Dave Buchanan

When Powderhorn Resort cranks up the lifts Saturday morning, skiers and riders can credit the early opening to a fast-moving storm that dumped more than 3 feet of snow on the resort. That means up to 80 percent of the resort will be open, ...


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Frozen cliffs a welcome sight in Ouray

By Ann Wright

More than 150 shower heads are spraying cliffs of ice into existence in Ouray. “They’re like the shower head you’d have in your shower,” said Erin Eddy, executive director of the Ouray Ice Park, which is tentatively ...


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