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  • A night with Eldora’s snow groomers

    Mar 15 | Skiing & Snowboarding | | Comments Off on A night with Eldora’s snow groomers

    Groomers: Tilling resort snow is like a work of art Written by Jenn Fields, this story originally ran in the Daily Camera In the summer, Tom Anderson tills the earth at his farm in...

  • 2012 IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup to be held in Winter Park

    Mar 6 | General | | Comments Off on 2012 IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup to be held in Winter Park

    Over 100 athletes representing more than seventeen countries will take to the slopes at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) World Cup this week, at Winter Park Resort...

  • Intelligence for the Ski Feet

    Mar 6 | General | | Comments Off on Intelligence for the Ski Feet

    This blog comes to Colorado Ski Country from Eric Ward and the good folks at the Foot Foundation Thanks to all of those who took the time to chat with their favorite snow God.  It’s...

  • Lately, Skiing is a Lot About Going Uphill

    Mar 5 | General | | Comments Off on Lately, Skiing is a Lot About Going Uphill

    This blog was brought to us by Veronica Whitney, editor of El Montañés, the Hispanic newspaper in Eagle and Garfield counties. When we think about skiing, we usually think downhill....

  • Newly Minted Copper

    Mar 3 | General | | Comments Off on Newly Minted Copper

    This post was brought to Colorado Ski Country by Justin Patrick. It’s game on at the resort where 9,700 feet is only the base An early morning crash on I-70 is no way to start the day,...

  • Epiphany at Eldora

    Mar 1 | General | | Comments Off on Epiphany at Eldora

    This was contributed to Colorado Ski Country by Pietro Simonetti of Good Ski Guide. It’s rare to see a Colorado Front Range storm dumping several feet of snow on our local hills, leaving...

  • How one lucky group hit the President’s Day jackpot

    Feb 25 | General | | Comments Off on How one lucky group hit the President’s Day jackpot

    By Master of Chaos, Steamboat Powdercats Oh my, what a holiday!  After waking up and calling into the Steamboat Ski Area and hearing their record breaking 27″ report, you can only...

  • Copper Mountain Turns a Black Day White

    Feb 22 | General | | Comments Off on Copper Mountain Turns a Black Day White

    This blog comes to us from Kristin Lummis at BraveSkiMom.com. Last weekend, we traveled to Summit County, Colorado to ski one of our favorite resorts: Copper Mountain. We hadn’t...

  • With Telluride Adaptive Sports everyone can feel the wind on their face

    Feb 16 | General | | Comments Off on With Telluride Adaptive Sports everyone can feel the wind on their face

    By Matthew Beaudin Most of us have been skiing so many times we’ve forgotten what it’s like to learn. It’s just something we do...

  • Monarch Season Pass Opens Up Colorado Skiing

    Feb 14 | General | | Comments Off on Monarch Season Pass Opens Up Colorado Skiing

    The following comes to us from Aaron Bible, writer for Elevation Outdoors. Pass holders to the lesser known—and therefore less tracked out—Monarch Mountain ski area have access to more...

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