Leave civilization behind in this video from Winter Park as one snowboard explores the Vasquez Ridge Territory, the place to go to get away from it all. Drop in from the top of the Pioneer Lift and leave civilization behind.Read More »
The City of Aspen and Aspen Skiing Company are partnering to extend the season for uphilling by hosting a full weekend of free access at Buttermilk Mountain the weekend of Apr. 8-9. Although the lifts will not be running, crews will groom 70% of the terrain to all three portals; Tiehack, Main and West for all-mountain access.Read More »
Lifelong skiers and snowboarders know that snowsports have the power to inform your life, transform your mindset, and bond families and friends. Anyone who has set metal edge to snow and felt the near frictionless thrill of flying down a snow-covered mountainside will tell you the experience is incomparable. The sports of skiing and snowboarding, unlike say field hockey, are indeed lifelong sports.
Learn to ski and ride, and you can hit the slopes with friends, siblings, parents—even grandparents. At the end of the day, the generations can unite in that time-honored tradition of apres, to sip on microbrews and root beers and swap tales of the day.Read More »
Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) member resorts are ready to welcome spring as we head into March and April, traditionally the snowiest months, with full calendars of events, deals, promotions and activities for the whole family. Between now and the end of spring, guests at CSCUSA resorts can participate in a variety of fun racing events, enjoy a range of live music and much more.
Below is a sample of the spring festivities at resorts across Colorado Ski Country:Read More »
There is little in this world more precious than the vision of a toddler bundled in a snowsuit, helmet, goggles and ski boots. Talk about a photo op. But getting the smallest of skiers and riders—the toddler set—onto the slopes can feel like a monumental undertaking. Some would say getting to the top of the Seven Summits is easier than getting pint-size skiers to the top of the Magic Carpet. Just remember, you’ll be jumping off cornices with these bundles of joy by the time they’re teenagers.
What follows are tips for skiing and riding with tots.Read More »
Did you know there’s more than one ski train in Colorado? Amtrak’s California Zephyr is exactly that, dropping skiers and riders off daily in Glenwood Springs, the home of Sunlight Mountain Resort, where walkup adult lift tickets are just $63.
Not only do you get to bypass I-70, you don’t need a car once you arrive in town. Everything from restaurants to lodging to hot springs is within walking distance of the Glenwood Springs Train Depot. When you’re ready to hit the slopes, Sunlight’s shuttle service will transport you to and from the mountain from several Glenwood Springs accommodations.Read More »
Aspen Snowmass announces the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Finals event schedule for the World Cup Village as well as three nights of free Bud Light Hi-Fi concert performances in Wagner Park, located downtown Aspen. The events will be part of the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Finals scheduled Mar. 15-19, featuring the top alpine ski racers in the world vying for the coveted crystal globes on the famed slopes of Aspen Mountain. Complimentary viewing will be available in the grandstands, along the course and in the designated Audi Fan Zones.
The World Cup Village will be located downtown Aspen in Wagner Park, and will include a big screen for live race viewing along with a full schedule of activities, parties, food, bar with daily après specials and concerts. Each day will host a themed party after the official awards have been presented in the finish arena. All events and activities in the World Cup Village are free and open to the public.Read More »
One of the reasons our family goes skiing is so we can be active together. We all know how difficult it can be to get the whole family together, let alone out in nature doing a physical activity. That is one of the many reasons why we chose Sunlight Mountain Resort and Glenwood Springs for a mini family vacation last weekend.Read More »
Loveland Ski Area’s 26th Annual Marry Me & Ski For Free Mountaintop Matrimony is this Tuesday, February 14, 2017. The Mountaintop Matrimony is one of Loveland’s most popular events of the year and 75-100 participating couples are expected at this year’s event. If you haven’t seen a newlywed couple skiing down the mountain in full wedding attire, this is your chance! The Mountaintop Matrimony is for couples getting married or renewing their vows and takes place at 12pm sharp outside the Ptarmigan Roost Cabin, elevation 12,050 feet. All pre-registered couples get 2-for-1 lift tickets for the day, wedding cake and beer! Pre-registration is free and ends on February 12, 2017.Read More »