SnowSports

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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 ...


Best Blogs: Outdoor Junkie January 06, 2009

By Ann Driggers

Posted by Ann Driggers on Jan. 1, at 5:29 p.m. One of the best locations for skiing steep terrain in bounds with good snow, and the bonus of a high mountain experience, is Highlands Bowl at the Aspen Highlands ski area. Known simply as the ...


SKYWAY SKUFFLE 1-2

Aschwander wins sixth straight Skyway Skuffle

By Patrick Bahr

Dave Aschwander is establishing a dynasty on snow. The 41-year-old Cedaredge resident won his sixth straight Skyway Skuffle cross-country ski race Saturday at Skyway on Grand Mesa. Aschwander finished first overall out of more than 50 racers ...


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Trio of groomers keep cross-country skiers happy on Grand Mesa

By Dave Buchanan

Early in the winter, before the snows pile up, it takes a tip-toe stretch to reach the donation box at the County Line Nordic ski area on Grand Mesa. Reed Hunker stretched far enough to pick out one of white envelopes and immediately turned ...


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OUT: Ski Area Grades December 21, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

When this year’s rating of the environmental friendliness of ski areas was published, both the highest and lowest scores were from Colorado. Aspen Mountain, which graded at 85.7 percent, received the top “A” while Copper ...


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OUT: OUTside Connection December 17, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

Recent storms have left snow to be measured in feet on Grand Mesa. Ski conditions are superb and the Grand Mesa Nordic Council is making it easy for novice cross-country skiers to master the art of gliding across the wintery landscape. Al ...


Powderhorn set to crank up the lifts

By Staff

Powderhorn Ski Resort’s lifts might begin to run at 9 a.m. today, pending an early morning decision by staff members. “If it’s enough snow and we can open limited terrain, we’ll go for it (today),” said Sarah ...


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OUT: Time nears for soup-on-the-loop group

By Dave Buchanan

MESA — About the time Sunday winds reportedly were gusting to 100 mph on Red Mountain Pass, Curtis Pfeiffer of Montrose headed out for a quick loop on the County Line cross-country ski trails on Grand Mesa. Pfeiffer was well-bundled ...


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