SnowSports

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As ski season nears its end, business steady if unspectacular

By Dave Buchanan

It’s that time of year when skiers check snow conditions and resort closing dates with equal interest. Colorado’s been blessed the past week with a foot or more of new snowfall in the mountains and spring-like weather at lower ...


Powerhorn Racing Club skiers test their skills against best

By Staff

They’ve competed against the top Western Slope age-group skiers all season. Racing against the entire Rocky/Central Region in the United State Ski Association J4 Junior Oympics shouldn’t be much more of a challenge. Three ...


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Young skiers race for state at Powderhorn Resort

By Staff

The smile on Tia Sewell’s face was from ear to ear, her arms raised victoriously when she received her first-place medal. The 8-year-old Powderhorn Racing Club skier had just won the afternoon race on the lower run of Wonderbump on her ...


Briefs: OA Barnelopet Ski March 06, 2009

By Staff

The Sons of Norway and the Grand Mesa Nordic Council will host a free day of cross-country skiing for kids at Skyway on the Grand Mesa. The sixth annual Barnelopet cross-country ski day will be Saturday, March 7. The day is for ages ...


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OUT: Extreme Freeskiing Championship at Crested Butte

By Dave Buchanan

CRESTED BUTTE — As the cowbells, air horns and general tumult dulled to a roar, Brian Morris turned to no one in particular and said in a awestruck voice, “This is not at all the same sport I’m familiar with.” Morris, ...


OUT: Sunday Column February 15, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

This midwinter warming has brought thin ice to some lower-elevation lakes and reservoirs, indicating February might be the last month for hard-water anglers to enjoy their sport on some local lakes. If the ice stays thick enough long ...


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OUT: Revelation Bowl a experience to remember at Telluride

By Dave Buchanan

TELLURIDE — There’s a Revelation to experience at Telluride and you can ride a chair lift to enjoy it Telluride Ski Resort, known for its breath-taking scenery, again set itself apart from the ordinary this winter when it opened ...


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Young skiers enjoy runs at Powderhorn

By Patrick Bahr

For everyone, waking up early can sometimes be a problem. But for Liam Kincaid, he has no trouble getting out of bed early on Sundays during the winter. The 9-year-old Kincaid is one of many young athletes from the Grand Valley who enjoys ...


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OUT: Disabled Skiing February 04, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

POWDERHORN RESORT — Her cheeks rosy and her eyes bright from a morning of sun and snow, 5-year-old Madelyn Swelstad waits patiently for her mother, Kathy, to finish bundling her for yet another round of skiing. It’s Sunday at ...


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OUT: OUTside Connection January 28,2009

By Dave Buchanan

The best way to not take something for granted is to help those who don’t. And one of the best ways is to spend a day skiing at Powderhorn Resort while raising money and support for Colorado Discover Ability. Colorado Discover Ability ...


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