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Archive for April, 2012

Easter Weekend Activities Ensure Family Fun At Winter Park Resort

by Guest on Apr.04, 2012, under General

Looking to get some final skiing in for the family before the season ends? Then what better time than on Easter? The Easter Bunny will once again pay a visit to Winter Park Resort for the annual Golden Bunny Classic Candy Hunt and Fun Race, an Easter tradition for more than 35 years at the resort. New this season, The Lodge at Sunspot will offer an Easter Brunch atop Winter Park Mountain and the Winter Park Tour Center will feature Snowcat rides to brunch.

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SkiingEggHunt_WinterPark

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Ski Season Marches On, Colorado Resorts Offer Enticing Passes Impacting 2011/12/13 Seasons

by Colorado Snow Sensei on Apr.03, 2012, under General

Timing Is Essential When Preparing For Remainder of 2011/12 Season and 2012/13 Season

Ski season is still in action this spring throughout Colorado Ski Country USA, and for the savvy skier looking ahead to cash in on what’s left of 2011/12 while getting a jump on next season, this is the perfect time to re-up and purchase a 2012/13 season pass. Now is the best and most economically-friendly period to buy next season’s passes, especially for those looking for the added benefit of some resorts’ commitment to presenting consumers with the rest of the 2011/12 season for free.

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Baby…or skiing? I want both!

by Guest on Apr.02, 2012, under General

This blog comes to Colorado Ski Country from Veronica Whitney, the Editor of El Montañés – the Hispanic newspaper in Garfield and Eagle counties.

Two years ago, when my husband Charlie and I were getting ready to do an IVF (in vitro fertilization) it was fall. Winter was approaching and so was ski season, my favorite time of the year.

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Aspen Mountain

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The Secret Shrines of Aspen/Snowmass (Part 2)

by Guest on Apr.01, 2012, under General

This blog comes to Colorado Ski Country from Dan Rabin, a freelance contributor to our blog.

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One thing you won’t find in either the book or online is detailed directions to any of the shrines. “The local code is no one gives you exact, really good directions,” Wood explained.  “In a way that makes it more fun because it’s more like a treasure hunt or scavenger hunt.”shrine (continue reading…)

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