• Photo taken by Jason Ebelheiser and provided courtesy of Silverton Mountain.

    $149 Pass Includes Exclusive Private Day at Silverton Mountain and Up to 20 Days of Free Skiing at Core Ski Areas Across the USA As Silverton Mountain begins its 16th year, it comes with the announcement of huge new benefits for Season Pass holders. Silverton Mountain has teamed up with 6 resorts...

  • 10th Mountain Division Veteran Bob Parker.

    Colorado Ski Industry Pioneer Bob Parker Dies at 94

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    Robert Ward Parker, 94, a Colorado ski industry visionary and a World War II veteran who served in the 10th Mountain Division, passed peacefully on June 29, 2017. Parker was a powerful influence in the early days of Colorado skiing and a founder of Colorado Ski Country ...

  • Photo courtesy of Sunlight Mountain Resort.

    Ski, Swim, Stay Voted Best Family Ski Package Sunlight Mountain Resort won its second consecutive national marketing award from the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA), a ski industry trade organization comprised of more than 400 ski areas in the United States and Canada. In its application,...

  • Attention Powder Shoppers

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    Attention Powder Shoppers
    To help everyone sort through the array of spring passes being offered now, we’ve detailed the different products here. Become informed because informed shoppers are finding the ski spring season’s best deals. Mutli-day lift ticket discounts, stay and play packages, and early-bird reductions on 2010-11 passes are giving snow enthusiasts an extra reason to celebrate spring. Below is a round-up of skiing deals offered at CSCUSA member resorts around the state:
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  • Sunlight Shines On

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    Sunlight Shines On
    I visited Sunlight this weekend and here is what I concluded. While Sunlight might be small, especially compared to its neighbors down valley, it skis big. The peak is 9,895 feet and it has more than two thousand vertical.

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  • Four Resorts, Three Days, Two Kids, One Good Time

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    Four Resorts, Three Days, Two Kids, One Good Time
    The Aspen/Snowmass family of resorts includes Aspen, Snowmass, Buttermilk and Highlands. On the first day we skied at Buttermilk with the kids. The locals say that Buttermilk is the learning mountain, but I don’t recall ever being in a school this fun or beautiful.

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  • Denver CO – Cultural Oasis

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    Anna Warwick is from Bondi Beach, Australia and came to Colorado recently. On her way to Ski Country USA she passed through Denver. Below she shares her experience with us.

    Denver oozes history, art and culture. It’s easy to get around on foot, or catch the free streetcar.
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  • Snowmass: Inspiring Olympic Aspirations in Families

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    Amber Johnson is the Editor of The Denver Post’s Mile High Mamas and blogs at CrazyBlogginCanuck.com.

    The town of Aspen has a couple of things working against it: exorbitant prices and a reputation for misbehaving celebrities such as Charlie Sheen and those on VH1’s controversial Secrets of Aspen. Fortunately, it has even more going for it.

    My family visited Snowmass for the first time last weekend. I was eager to try the largest of Aspen Ski Company’s highly acclaimed four resorts but I was also worried I wouldn’t fit in. I don’t own fur and my nails haven’t seen a manicure since those fake nails I wore to my high school graduation. Turns out, it didn’t matter. I was, after all, at a world-class ski resort. I just wore gloves the entire time.
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  • Pond Skimming Season

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    Even though it’s still a few weeks away, spring is in the air this weekend in Ski Country. It’s always funny to me to see what crazy events happen at resorts when the days get longer and the snow gets softer. If pond skimming was an Olympic sport I think Coloradans would rule the podium.

    The events listed below are just a sampling of what the resorts’ calendars have on the agenda for spring. If you head up just be sure to bring sun screen, a bathing suit and a pig costume.

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  • A Purrrrfect Powder Day

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    Steamboat holds a special place in my heart because I used to live there once upon a time. But during that time I never had the chance to go powdercat skiing.

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  • Good for the Soul

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    From Denver, a day trip to SolVista is SoEasy. And when you hit it on a powder day like we did, it is SnowNice. Just a short drive down the valley from its neighbors Winter Park and Mary Jane, SolVista is a happy little place for kids and families, kind of like a winterized Romper Room. IMG_0023

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  • A Platinum Gem

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    Monarch is celebrating its 70th anniversary this season and we arrived on a sunny morning after several days of fresh snowfall. While this was my third visit to Monarch, I had never actually skied the lift served terrain but had only skied the backcountry terrain accessed by Monarch Snowcat Tours. So with the kids in tow we set off to explore the all natural snow on the lift served runs that have been enjoyed by many skiers and riders for more than 70 years.IMG_0008 Continue Reading

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  • The Extremes, The Double Greens, The Butte

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    With weather forecasters calling for snow in the mountains and a three day weekend ahead that included Valentine’s Day, we packed up the family truckster and headed to Crested Butte. Plus, I needed to check out the new stuff at Crested Butte like the totally renovated Ice Bar and new Kids Adventure Center.

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