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Safety Sunday: Always Wear a Helmet

by Colorado Snow Sensei on Dec.08, 2013, under General

Tripp Fay, Copper Mountain

Tripp Fay, Copper Mountain

Helmet Safety – A Good Idea

Colorado Ski Country USA supports the use of ski and snowboard helmets and encourages you to educate yourself on the benefits and limitations of wearing them. Helmets provide added protection when you fall, but wearing a helmet doesn’t give you permission to ski or snowboard faster or more recklessly.

Over the course of the past several seasons, more and more skiers and snowboarders are wearing helmets on the slopes, a trend that has increased steadily according to the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA). In fact, an overwhelming majority of adults and children wear helmets while skiing and snowboarding and about 90 percent of children nine years old and younger wear helmets, according to NSAA. At some resorts, helmets are mandatory for children taking lessons as part of ski and ride school, and many resorts offer daily helmet rentals. (continue reading…)

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National Safety Awareness Week Recognized Throughout Ski Country

by Colorado Snow Sensei on Jan.15, 2013, under General

It’s that time of year again. Time to highlight that when on the slopes, it’s always Safety First! Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) and its 21 member resorts are hosting safety themed events in an effort to raise awareness of ski safety among skiers and snowboarders. In conjunction with the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA), CSCUSA resorts will recognize National Safety Awareness Week that begins on Saturday, January 19, and runs through January 27.

Arapahoe Basin Avalanche Dogs Ride The Chairlift

Arapahoe Basin Avalanche Dogs Ride The Chairlift

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