SnowSports

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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 ...


Briefs: OUT Grand Mesa Skiing January 23, 2009

By Staff

Grand Mesa Classic is Sunday The third of the four-race Grand Mesa Series will be Sunday’s Grand Mesa Classic at 11 a.m. at the Skyway Nordic trails. Registration for the 10-kilometer classic-style race begins Sunday at 10 a.m. in the ...


OUTside Connection January 21, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

This mid-January thaw makes us think of summer and of course means fishing. And dog training. And boating. It’s a good thing the International Sportsmen’s Exposition is just around the corner. In fact, it’s this weekend, ...


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OUT: Skiers’ needs main focus at Powderhorn

By Dave Buchanan

On the wall of his office, below the what-might-have-been poster showing a Powderhorn Resort only a developer could love, Steve Bailey has posted a smaller, more-cogent sign. “Stop selling what you have/Start selling what they ...


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OUT: Good snow draws skiers in spite of downhill economy

By Dave Buchanan

In the winter of 2007-2008, skiers and snowboarders piled onto the nation’s ski slopes in record numbers. More than 60.5 million visits were recorded, thanks in great part to a bountiful snow year and an equally bountiful ...


Holidays buoy resorts in downhill economy

By Dave Buchanan

Ski resorts might be the first to be affected by the economic slump as purse strings tighten and family budgets, especially the line that says “discretionary income,” wither. But recent news from ski resorts aren’t the death ...


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