Archive for the ‘General’ Category

  • Colorado Natives Know About Snow

    Feb 6 | General | | Comments Off on Colorado Natives Know About Snow

    The following was brought to us by Claudia Carbone, a ski and travel journalist. It’s snowing in Colorado. Finally. After a tense first few months of the season, most people were...

  • Joe says be safe

    Feb 5 | General | | Comments Off on Joe says be safe

    Awesome day on the hill. Look how stoked I am. Lots of powder. Powder is my name and riding it is my game. Colorado Ski Country resorts are doing pretty good in the snow department, but...

  • A Day in the Park (Winter)

    Feb 4 | General | | Comments Off on A Day in the Park (Winter)

    The following was brought to us by Pietro Simonetti of Good Ski Guide. Day after day I scoped out the Rocky Mountains from the Boulder flats. Or more precisely, the bare Rocky Mountains. It...

  • Sol Vista Basin: Where Families Go Big!

    Feb 3 | General | | Comments Off on Sol Vista Basin: Where Families Go Big!

    By Kristen Lummis, braveskimom.com “I may be biased, but I think that Sol Vista is the best mountain anywhere for families learning to ski.” We were riding up the Quick Draw...

  • Couples on the Slopes: Bliss or Battleground?

    Feb 2 | General | | Comments Off on Couples on the Slopes: Bliss or Battleground?

    SolVista Basin ski pro offers advice on how to survive skiing with your significant other. Valentine’s weekend mountain getaways beckon this time of year—who doesn’t love to...

  • A good excuse to ski

    Feb 1 | General | | Comments Off on A good excuse to ski

    Many people use skiing as an outlet for different things; connecting with nature, hanging out with friends, pushing the limits of athleticism. But for one weekend a year, a group of...

  • Hispanics and their love affair with Colorado’s winter sports

    Jan 31 | General | | Comments Off on Hispanics and their love affair with Colorado’s winter sports

    By Veronica Whitney El Montañes The Hispanic newspaper of Eagle and Garfield Counties This week’s blog comes to us from Veronica Whitney, Chief Editor of El Montañes, a Hispanic...

  • Safety: Check It

    Jan 26 | General | | Comments Off on Safety: Check It

    We know it’s exciting that resorts are getting snow. We know people are longing to float on powder and feel the snow bellow up in their face. But before heading out, before dropping in,...

  • Skiing with fire: totally fun

    Jan 24 | General | | Comments Off on Skiing with fire: totally fun

    “Just hold them out to the side so you don’t catch yourself on fire.” I’m handed two torches as I board the chairlift at Durango Mountain Resort. It’s just...

  • Someplace warm, where the beer flows like wine…

    Jan 22 | General, Insider Secrets, Resorts, Skiing & Snowboarding | | Comments Off on Someplace warm, where the beer flows like wine…

    One-point-two seconds. That is the time it takes for me to see a fur coat after stepping out of my rusty Subaru. I’m parked semi-legally in front of the Sky Hotel in Aspen, Colorado....

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