Here’s a blog post we featured last year. If you’re reading this, you’re probably an enthusuastic skier or snowboarder, but how much so you really know about ski resorts in Colorado? Test yourself with some fun ski trivia.
If you want to be the King of the Mountain, you have to know your stuff. It’s not all about blazing fast and shredding hard or pulling tricks and looking super steazy doing them–though we’ll give you bonus points for that! The brains we protect under our helmets are the biggest assets you can take to the slopes.
We got to chat with the folks at the Ski & Snowboard Expo and put them to the ultimate test in slope smarts! The name of the game: ski safety and Ski Country trivia. Think you can earn a perfect score? Continue ReadingRead More »
By Kristen Lummis, www.braveskimom.com
In early fall, the snow is a tease. Yes, the mountains are turning white in Colorado, but ski season is still weeks away. As all kids (and Tom Petty) know, “the waiting is the hardest part,” whether you’re waiting for Christmas or waiting for snow. So, what’s a snow-loving, park riding kid to do?
Go to Woodward Copper, of course.Read More »
This is what skiing in Colorado is all about. Our mountain correspondent Jules took a visit last winter to Sunlight Mountain Resort. Featuring hassle-free access, no lift lines, great snow, terrain for every type of skier and snowboarder, and very reasonable prices, Sunlight is a real gem of a ski resort.
With the Colorado Gems Card, you can have a blast at eight independent, uniquely Colorado ski areas at half price. For just $20, the Gems Card allows you to purchase two adult lift tickets for the price of one at each of the resorts listed below. The card pays for itself the first time you use it, and you can purchase as many Gems cards as you like (while they’re still available, and they’re selling fast!). Continue ReadingRead More »
Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA), the trade association and global voice of skiing and snowboarding in Colorado, today unveiled the 2014/15 Colorado Gems Card program and announced that cards are now available for purchase. For the 2014/15 season, the Gems Card program features two-for-one lift tickets at eight signature Colorado Gems ski resorts and exclusive Flash Deal promotions offered at Gems resorts throughout the season. Continue ReadingRead More »
As temperatures cool off and fall foliage reveals a kaleidoscope of red, yellow and crimson in Colorado’s Gunnison-Crested Butte Valley, things are heating up in an action-packed weekend of autumn fun on Sept. 19 – 21, featuring the Mt. Crested Butte Chili & Beer Festival and much more.
The annual Mt. Crested Butte Chili & Beer Festival, held on Sept. 20 at the base of Crested Butte Mountain Resort ski area, involves sampling of mouth-watering chili prepared by area cook-off contestants and tasty microbrews poured by Breckenridge Brewery, Oskar Blues Brewery, Bristol Brewing Company, Eddyline Brewing, Kannah Creek Brewing Company, Lagunitas Brewing Company, Ourayle House Brewery, Palisade Brewing Company, Wolfe Brewing, Telluride Brewing, Mountain Toad Brewing and more. Each brewery brings three varieties to taste.Read More »
To whet your appetite for the 2014-15 ski season, we’re re-publishing a video from our intrepid Mountain Correspondent about the fun you can have at Silverton Mountain when you swap a chairlift for a helicopter.
It would be hard to beat a perfect day snowboarding down endless fields of powdery bliss—unless, of course, you arrive by HELICOPTER! Goodbye chairlift lines, hello heli! Continue ReadingRead More »
Snowboard events take place all over the world, but there is only one that combines the mastery of the year’s top videos, the relentless energy of a music festival, with the nail-biting action of a rail jam in the streets. The largest snowboard season kickoff event in history, Snowboard on the Block will return to Downtown Denver on Saturday, September 13th 2014. The event will take place at the same site as last year, closing off three blocks in Denver’s Rino Arts District at 35th and Walnut Streets. Continue ReadingRead More »