Exciting news from Eldora today as the resort announced three (3) new black diamond ski runs. All three runs will be open and ready to enjoy this coming ski and snowboard season.Read More »
If you’re anything like us, there is no better way to get excited for the winter season than to attend a ski or snowboard film premiere. Nothing matches the excitement and energy of watching top-notch riding paired with world-class cinematography amongst a group of like-minded skiers or snowboarders. We’re lucky enough in Colorado to host an abundance of ski and snowboard film premieres all over the state, but finding information on the plethora of screenings can be difficult. But don’t worry, we’ve done most of the heavy lifting for you. All you have to do is show up.
DISCLAIMER: Not all teasers and trailers are intended for family audiences.
The annual “Race to Open” has officially begun with Loveland Ski Area turning on the snowmaking guns for the 2016-17 season around 10:00pm October 3, 2016. According to resort officials, “Loveland hopes to open sometime mid-late October. It’s snowing hard and temps are going to stay low through the week providing great conditions for our snowmakers.”Read More »
In anticipation for the upcoming winter season, Woodward Copper and Adaptive Action Sports are set to host free the global premiere of The Fourth Phase at Copper Mountain on Sunday, Oct. 2. This new film from professional snowboarder Travis Rice became a reality thanks to Curt Morgan and Red Bull Media House in association with Brain Farm, the same team behind the 2011 film The Art of FLIGHT.Read More »
Big changes are in store for the Freedom Pass and Cooper season pass holders. The Freedom Pass is now free for all season pass holders at partner mountains, and the number of partner mountains has more than doubled from last season, now including a Colorado favorite, Cooper. So what does that mean for Cooper season pass holders? More options, that’s what.Read More »
With a ski season stretching from mid-October and well into the spring, Colorado has one of the longest ski seasons in the country. Now that Labor Day has passed, fall is quickly turning into winter with temperatures dropping, snowfall in the high country and snowmaking about to begin at some resorts. Don’t get caught unprepared for opening day; follow these tips to get ready for ski season.Read More »
Resort officials with the largest ski area collective in the Southwest announced the acquisition of Hesperus Ski Area, joining Purgatory Resort (CO), Arizona Snowbowl (AZ), Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort (NM), and Pajarito Mountain (NM). Hesperus Ski Area is located 11 miles west of Durango, Colo. on US Highway 160.Read More »
Any day on the mountain is a good day in our eyes, but the same can be said for a night near the mountain as well. That’s why we suggest at least one overnight ski getaway every winter, because even a local can benefit from a little slopeside R&R. Nothing beats waking up steps from the chairlift, skiing all day, and then relaxing at the resort at night. The variety of ski resorts in Colorado means there are a plethora of ski/stay/play options for visitors, ranging from thrifty to downright lavish. Here’s a rundown of some of our favorites:Read More »