Second Shift Skiing Another Option to Visit Colorado’s High Country
Photo credit: Jeremy Swanson, Aspen Snowmass
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Colorado ski areas are celebrating January’s Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month by introducing newcomers to skiing and riding with great deals and discounts.
For new skiers and riders, Colorado’s learning areas are great places to start – these include magic carpets, “bunny slopes” and designated green runs that can help beginners get their feet under them.
We asked our member ski areas: Which run at your ski area is the best for beginners still getting their feet under them?
Easy and Affordable Options are Available during January’s Learn to Ski or Snowboard Month;
Friday, January 11 is National Learn to Ski or Snowboard Day
Photo credit: Telluride Ski Resort
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Photo credit: Loveland Ski Area
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Photo Credit: Copper Mountain
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It may be Halloween, but here in Colorado Ski Country we sport costumes on the slopes year-round. Whether it's Opening Day or Closing Day, a festive holiday celebration or just some good old-fashioned spring skiing, it's not unusual to find folks skiing and riding in elaborate get-ups. Enjoy this round-up and get some inspiration for your own ski gear with the best costumes we've seen on the slopes here in Colorado.
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