Earlier this week, Mother Nature signaled the end of summer in Colorado Ski Country by dusting snow on the Maroon Bells near Aspen/Snowmass and Crested Butte Mountain Resort and at Telluride Ski Resort.
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Eldora Mountain Resort has Super Value in season pass offerings for this coming 2014-2015 winter season and is scheduled to open for alpine skier services on Friday, November 21st 2014.
Alpine guests can access Eldora Mountain Resort ski lifted terrain, with slopes that accumulate an average of 300 inches per season, to enjoy snowboard, ski and telemark downhill experiences on perfect naturally divided terrain. For 2014-2015, Eldora mountain operations adds two new Kassbohrer grooming machines to the existing fleet of five groomers to smooth things out for all ability levels.Read More »
Powderhorn Mountain Resort (PMR) is excited to announce the launch of season pass sales and new learn to ski and ride products, August 29 – 31, 2014, at the Epic Rides/Grand Junction Off-Road races.
This year, PMR’s learn to ski and ride program has been changed to accommodate a wide variety of ages. Continue ReadingRead More »
Denver, Colo. – August 26, 2014 – Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA), the trade association and global voice of skiing and snowboarding in Colorado, announced today that its popular 5th and 6th Grade Passport Programs are now available for the 2014/15 ski season. The Passport Programs introduce fifth and sixth grade kids to skiing and snowboarding by giving fifth graders free access, and sixth graders discounted access, to twenty of Colorado’s ski resorts. Continue ReadingRead More »
The Third Annual Rocky Mountain Oyster Festival and BBQ will take over the Ajax Tavern patio on Labor Day, Monday, September 1 from 5-9 p.m. The party will feature unlimited oysters on the half shell, Oysters Casino and other creative oyster hors d’oeuvres including the famed Rocky Mountain oyster. The event is all you can eat/drink. Continue ReadingRead More »
Where did the summer go? How did this happen? It seems like just yesterday we were finishing off the record-setting 2013-14 Colorado ski season, riding in nothing but shorts and wondering whether Bloody Marys can cure sunburn. Now, the 2014-15 ski season is unoffically underway with the excellent Christy Sports Powder Daze ski and snowboard sale, which begins today and runs through September 2. at 8601 West Cross Drive in Littleton.
Not that we’re complaining. We’d ski 365 days a year if Mother Nature cooperated. And when you ski as much as we do, new equipment and gear is imperative. With up to 70% off all gear and apparel, Powder Daze is a great opportunity for Coloradans to load up on the very best brands in the winter sports industry without breaking the bank. Continue ReadingRead More »
August is the prime month for finding delectable mushrooms in the wild, and there are plenty to be found at Durango Mountain Resort! To celebrate mother nature’s monsoonal phenomenon, Durango Mountain Resort hosts the annual Mushroom Festival to celebrate all things fungi on Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014.
Start the day with a guided hike while foraging for edible delights around the backside of the mountain. State-recognized mushroom expert, Chris Ricci, proprietor of Majesty Mushrooms, will educate hikers on which mushrooms are okay to take home and consume. The Guided Mushroom Hunt starts at 9:30 am on Aug. 23 with a short shuttle ride to the backside of Purgatory to hunt for mushrooms. After gathering mushrooms, refuel with a tasty lunch that is included in the cost of the Guided Hunt. Participants will be brought back to the resort’s base area around 1:30pm. Cost of the Hunt is $40 per person and includes a guide, shuttle service and lunch. Children 3 and under are free. Continue ReadingRead More »
Aspen/Snowmass has announced its season pass structure and pricing for the 2014-2015 season. The Premier Pass is loaded with more than $1,000 in added benefits including 50 percent off tickets at all Mountain Collective resorts including Alta/Snowbird in Utah, Jackson Hole in Wyoming, Mammoth, Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows in California and Whistler Blackcomb in British Columbia. “It’s hard to believe that another winter season is just around the corner, but the entire team at Aspen Snowmass is already gearing up to welcome you back to the mountains,” says David Perry, senior vice president, mountain division, Aspen Skiing Company. “We are pleased to be able to offer more value with the Premier Pass – more than $1,000 in added benefits, yet keep it priced the same or lower than it was in the 2007/08 season – seven years ago. We also hope you will be able to experience one or more of the Mountain Collective destinations at 50 percent off with your Premier Pass.” Continue ReadingRead More »
Ever wish you could be a kid again? This will definitely make you jealous: Colorado Ski Country offers 5th graders 60 days of free skiing and riding! That’s for Zero! Zilch! Nada! Over 20 Colorado resorts–like Copper Mountain, Telluride, Steamboat and more–offer 5th graders three full days of fun as part of the renowned Passport program. And, after kids graduate from fifth grade, no one’s left hanging. Continue ReadingRead More »