Copper is super pumped to announce Reel Big Fish will be at Copper Mountain on Saturday, April 18th. Come back on April 19th for Oakhurst, the genre-bending Americana and Bluesy reverberation band from Denver. Take a look at the live music schedule below, and visit CopperColorado.com for more...
Copper is super pumped to announce Reel Big Fish will be at Copper Mountain on Saturday, April 18th. Come back on April 19th for Oakhurst, the genre-bending Americana and Bluesy reverberation band from Denver. Take a look at the live music schedule below, and visit CopperColorado.com for more information. Continue Reading
After being named by the Oxford English Dictionary as the Word of the Year back in 2013, selfie has become a fixture of our vocabulary. Selfies are something that many of us snap on the slopes of Colorado Ski Country. So, we’re asking you to share your best selfie with us in our Ski Selfie of the Year sweepstakes on our Facebook page.
Submit a selfie image (a self-taken photo) of yourself and yourself only (sorry, no group photos due to privacy rules), skiing, snowboarding, or enjoying the activities or scenery at a CSCUSA member resort for a chance to win Icelantic skis, Flylow apparel, and more.
Closing Day at Aspen Highlands went out with a splash at Schneetag as teams attempted to float across a giant pond on a craft they had built. Snowmass also wrapped up the season yesterday under sunny skies with great spring skiing and riding conditions. Up next, Aspen Mountain will close for the season on Sunday, April 19. Continue Reading
Arapahoe Basin’s Early Riser parking lot is home to a stretch of prime real estate known as “The Beach.” The Beach backs up to the three lower mountain chairlifts, and is the perfect spot to kick back between runs with family and friends. It’s a scene unique to the Basin, and a guaranteed good time. Continue Reading
Fashion and function are awkward bedfellows when it comes to skiing and snowboarding. Some say that style trumps all – these folks can be seen at nearly any aprés spot, prominently displaying their brand name, slope-chic couture. Others claim that function is what matters, as evidenced by their devotion to cheap hardware store work gloves and the duct tape patches on their Gore-Tex. So which group is right? Style or substance? Fashion or function? Being seen, or being seen skiing? Colorado Ski Country USA’s Mountain Correspondent hit the slopes to find out…
L-R: Patrick Torsell, Chris Branstetter, Tyler Reynolds, Emily Barker
Colorado Ski Country USA recognized the unsung heroes of the Colorado ski industry through the Snowmaker, Slope Groomer, and Terrain Master of the Year awards held Thursday, April 9 in Grand Junction, CO. Before skiers and snowboarders wake up, snowmakers, groomers, and terrain masters are hard at work delivering the consistent snow surfaces and thrilling terrain parks guests at ski areas and resorts have come to expect.
Skiers are invited to test next season’s models from the best independent ski manufacturers this Saturday, April 11 at the Spring Fling Ski Demo at Loveland Ski Area, sponsored by Skiing Magazine. With spring conditions around the mountain at their best, participating guests can give the skis a full test drive, unlike at early-season demos where terrain is limited. Continue Reading
It’s not too early to think about your 2015-16 season pass. In fact, most resorts in Colorado Ski Country are already selling season pass products for next season. Savvy skiers and snowboarders who buy early will get the best pricing, and several resorts allow you to pay a small down payment now with the balance due in the late summer.
Here’s a roundup of the pass products currently on sale. Check back periodically as resorts publish their pricing, and remember that you’ll get the best value from buying as early as possible. Continue Reading