Colorado Ski Country’s 2016-17 Bucket List

on November 8 | in Arapahoe Basin, Aspen Highlands, Cooper, Crested Butte, Eldora, Granby Ranch, Howelsen, Loveland, Monarch, Powderhorn, Silverton, Ski Cooper, Steamboat, Sunlight, Telluride, Uncategorized, Winter Park, Wolf Creek | by | with No Comments

It's time to make the good ol' Bucket List. Photo by Tripp Fay courtesy of Copper Mountain.

It’s time to make the good ol’ Bucket List. Photo by Tripp Fay courtesy of Copper Mountain.

Life is too short to ski the same run at the same resort for a whole season. Spice up your season with some challenges and create goals that will get you outside of your comfort zone, or at least get you to look at the season in a different way. All you’ll need is a little motivation… and maybe a hashtag. Here is Colorado Ski Country’s 2016-17 #SkiBucketList, hamburgers included.

  • Ski all 9 Gems resorts.
  • Ski all 4 resorts with peaks above 13,000 feet
    • Arapahoe Basin
    • Loveland
    • Telluride
    • Silverton
  • Bonus points: Ski all 21 resorts in Colorado Ski Country USA.
  • Taste every resort hamburger (and ski off all the calories).
Is this the year you try snow biking? Photo by Chris Segal courtesy of Crested Butte.

Is this the year you try snow biking? Photo by Chris Segal courtesy of Crested Butte.

Spring  Splash at Winter Park. Photo courtesy of Winter Park resort.

Spring Splash at Winter Park. Photo courtesy of Winter Park resort.

The Ridge Cat. Photo courtesy of Loveland Ski Area.

The Ridge Cat. Photo courtesy of Loveland Ski Area.

The East Wall can stay open until Easter! Photo courtesy of Arapahoe Basin.

The East Wall can stay open until Easter! Photo courtesy of Arapahoe Basin.

The views from Powderhorn are like none other. Photo courtesy of Powderhorn.

The views from Powderhorn are like none other. Photo courtesy of Powderhorn.

Après at Cloud Nine. Photo courtesy of Aspen Snowmass.

Après at Cloud Nine. Photo courtesy of Aspen Snowmass.

The views above 12,000 feet are spectacular. Photo courtesy of Monarch Mountain.

The views above 12,000 feet are spectacular. Photo courtesy of Monarch Mountain.

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