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Colorado Ski Country USA’s 2014 End of Season Sweepstakes

by Colorado Snow Sensei on Mar.20, 2014, under General

Are you in need of new gear? Go out in style with a chance to win fresh new gear from Icelantic Skis and Flylow; two of Colorado’s premiere equipment providers and proud partners of Colorado Ski Country USA. Prizes include skis, jackets, pants and more. There is no purchase necessary, and you must be 18 years old to enter. Winners will be announced on our sweepstakes page daily starting March 19, 2014. To participate in the give-away, or for more information, please visit and like us on Facebook.

Icelantic Skis/Flylow Gear

Icelantic Skis/Flylow Gear

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Colorado Ski Country Gears Up for Spring with Events and Activities Galore

by Colorado Snow Sensei on Feb.19, 2014, under Colorado Events, Resorts

Aspen Spring Jam

The Aspen Spring Jam, Aspen/Snowmass

As we near the height of the ski season in the Rocky Mountain West, Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) member resorts have a full calendar of events, deals, promotions, and activities for the whole family in addition to snow conditions that rival the greatest seasons in a generation. Between now and the end of March, guests at CSCUSA resorts can participate in a variety of fun racing events, catch a range of concerts, learn new tricks in the terrain park, partake in some of the most unusual scavenger hunts imaginable, and so much more.

Here is a sample of what will be happening at resorts across Colorado Ski Country between now and the end of March: (continue reading…)

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Top 9 Tips For Skiing Winter Park Like a Colorado Local

by Colorado Snow Sensei on Feb.18, 2014, under General

Winter Park Resort

Winter Park Resort

Originally posted by Megan Barber at ski.curbed.com

As one of the closest ski areas to Denver, Winter Park has long been a local’s paradise of bumps, family fun, and secret tree stashes. Our friends at Curbed Ski scoured the mountain to bring you the top tips on how to ski winter park like a Colorado local. From the weather patterns to spring parties in the parking lot, they’ve got the inside scoop.

Here are are some highlights of their nine tips to shred this great mountain Colorado-style: (continue reading…)

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The 39th Annual Wells Fargo Ski Cup at Winter Park Resort Gives Sneak Peek to U.S. Winter Paralympic Athletes

by Colorado Snow Sensei on Feb.17, 2014, under General

National Sports Center for the Disabled, Winter Park Resort

National Sports Center for the Disabled, Winter Park Resort

The National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD) will host the 39th Annual Wells Fargo Ski Cup (WFSC) on Feb. 21 – 23 at Winter Park Resort.  This event is the largest fundraiser for the NSCD, bringing in more than $210,000 to support therapeutic recreation summer and winter programs for children and adults with disabilities. This year several NSCD athletes, who will compete in Sochi on the U.S. Winter Paralympic team, will be racing this weekend including: Alana Nichols, Jamie Stanton, Mike Shea and Heidi Jo Duce. (continue reading…)

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Safety Sunday: Ski Patroller Safety Tips

by Mountain Correspondent on Feb.16, 2014, under General

Dustin Schaefer, Loveland Ski Area

Dustin Schaefer, Loveland Ski Area

There’s nothing better than a fun day skiing on the mountain. This much is true. But, if you sunburn the shape of your goggles onto your face and look like a raccoon for the rest of the week, that’s not so fun.
If you carelessly let go of your snowboard while strapping in and watch it fly down the mountain, well, that’s not so fun either. And, if you have a collision with an unsuspecting victim and send them to the hospital, well, that would be a huge bummer.

The first on the mountain and the last to leave, our trusty ski patrollers have seen it all! With safety always at top of mind, they’ve got tons of tips and tricks to help you have a great day on the mountain. We asked ski patrollers across the state of Colorado to share their top safety tips. From the laws of the land to smart suggestions, here are a few words to the wise, so listen up! Better to be safe than sorry! :)

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Cat Skiing at Monarch Mountain, with Tips for the First-Timer

by Colorado Snow Sensei on Feb.14, 2014, under General

Monarch cat ski Kristen Lummis

by Kristen Lummis, braveskimom.com

When guided cat skiing started at Monarch Mountain in the late 1980s, not a lot of people had heard of Monarch, according to long-time guide Gail Bindner.

Established in 1939, Monarch is one of the oldest resorts in Colorado. Straddling the Continental Divide with views from Pikes Peak to the 14ers of the San Juans, the resort is both surprisingly close to Colorado Springs and Pueblo (1 ½ to 2 hours) and remote. The nearest town is Salida, with a population of just over 5,000. (continue reading…)

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