Jun 28, 2022 in Summer


Summer has arrived in the Colorado high-country and Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) member resorts have planned a season filled with concerts, festivals, and activities for guests of all ages.

Summer in Colorado means bluebird days, breathtaking scenery, and endless opportunities for adventure. This summer CSCUSA resorts will offer something for everyone including mountain coasters, alpine slides, scenic chairlift and gondola rides, downhill mountain biking, hiking, disc golf, rafting, ziplining, paragliding, festivals, events, and more.

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Jun 10, 2022 in

DENVER – June 10th, 2022 – Colorado Ski Industry leaders gathered at the 59th Annual Meeting and Double Diamond Awards yesterday to celebrate the outstanding performance of ski area employees. Awards were presented to on-mountain and guest services professionals for their exemplary commitment to their resorts, their guests, and the ski industry as a whole.

The Double Diamond Awards were held at the Hotel Clio in Cherry Creek after the CSCUSA Annual Meeting. 


Kannon Thompson, Monarch Mountain

Groomer of the Year

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Jun 10, 2022 in

Photo Credit: Aspen Snowmass

2021-22 Season Shows Recovery From Pandemic

DENVER, CO – June 9th, 2022 – Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) announced today at it’s 59th Annual Meeting that skier visits at its 22 member ski resorts increased by 14% during the 2021-22 ski season. CSCUSA is projecting a new statewide skier visitation record, edging out the previous record of 13.8 million visits in 2018-19 by a few hundred thousand. Skier visits during the 2020-21 season totaled 12 million. 

Colorado saw a slow

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Mar 15, 2022 in Granby Ranch

Sunny conditions at East Mountain summit Photo courtesy of Granby Ranch

Resort Offering Discounted Multi-Day Lift Packs for April Dates

GRANBY, CO, March 15th, 2022 – Granby Ranch announced today that due to favorable conditions the winter 2021-22 season will be extended to April 10, 2022.

“Great snow conditions enabled by the new ownership group’s snowmaking investment combined with our team’s hard work has us making this decision for the benefit

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Mar 15, 2022 in Monarch

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SALIDA, CO -- After receiving over two feet of snow in the most recent storm cycle, Monarch Mountain has announced it is extending its ski season. Monarch’s closing day will now be Sunday April 17, 2022.  

“It’s important to us that we give our guests as much time as we possibly can on the hill. It’s clear that winter is not done with us yet, so we’re going to keep skiing and riding” said Marking Manager, Allie Stevens.

Monarch intends to host its traditional closing weekend events. Kayaks on Snow will be on Saturday, April 16, at 11:00am, and The Gunbarrel

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Mar 10, 2022 in Spring Events

Photo Credit: Aspen Snowmass

As we head into the months of March and April, skiers and riders can’t help but be reminded that the ski season is heading towards its end. But these months also signal spring skiing, what many say is the best time of year to be on the slopes. “Colorado has amazing spring skiing with the longer days and milder temperatures,” says Dana Tyler Johnson, Cooper Director of Marketing and Sales.

Here are a few other reasons parents say they love heading to the mountains for spring-skiing season.

A relaxed vibe. “Skiing in the spring weather is more of a laid-

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Mar 02, 2022 in Spring Events

Photo: Arapahoe Basin

After a week filled with fresh snow and more on the way by the weekend, resorts in Colorado Ski Country USA are heading into the final stretch of the season with the best conditions of the year. The late February storm brought over 20 inches of snow to resorts in southwest Colorado, and provided Front Range resorts with a snow blanket to cover President’s Day weekend tracks. March and April are historically the snowiest months in Colorado, setting up a spring filled with powder and fun.

While the snow falls on the high country, Colorado Ski Country member resorts are preparing

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Mar 02, 2022 in Winter Park

It seems almost unfair to call Winter Park the prettiest resort I've visited in my quest to get back into skiing after 25 years away. With fresh snow having fallen overnight, every tree was dusted with picture-perfect powder, but even setting aside the unfair advantage the new snow provided, Winter Park is just pretty. I thought it entirely possible that I was imagining it or exaggerating the case, but no—Winter Park won Best Ski Resort in North America in 2018 and #1 Ski Resort in North America the following year. Clearly, I wasn't the only one who saw something special on these slopes.


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Feb 24, 2022 in Apres Ski

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After a full day on the slopes, my top priority is to find a sunny spot to sit, kick off my ski boots, and enjoy après ski food and drinks with my friends and family. Luckily for me, Colorado ski areas offer a wide variety of options for early evening indulging with great food, drinks and lively atmosphere. I’ve highlighted a few of my favorite stand-out après ski menu items below, in case you haven’t had the chance to try them yet.

A Beer Made

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Feb 16, 2022 in Unique Experiences

Photo Credit: Aspen Snowmass

Colorado is home to some of the most unique skiing and riding experiences around. If you’re looking for a winter activity to remember – or one that will inspire envy among your friends and family – look no further than these incredible, off-the-beaten-path ways to enjoy Colorado’s ski areas.  

  1. Enjoy your powder turns with a side of live music. The only thing better than a great day of spring skiing or riding is an après ski party accompanied by live music. There are lots of opportunities to get your groove on at Colorado ski areas this spring,
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