Want to sample some local Colorado-brewed beer on your visit to a Colorado ski area? You’re in luck – Almost every resort in Colorado serves local brews and micro-brews from around the state.
February has been a very snowy month in Colorado, and within the last week, several Colorado ski areas have seen feet of snowfall on the slopes.
Wolf Creek Ski Area
In what some are calling Snowmaggedon, Wolf Creek Ski Area has seen more than 3 feet of snow in 3 days and 74 inches in the last 7 days. The highest 24-hour snow total of this storm was 28 inches in 24 hours, which fell on Wolf Creek through mid-day Tuesday.
Looking for an opportunity to bring along your four-legged friend on a ski vacation? Or just want to spend your midday ski break playing with someone else's pooch? Learn more about all of the accommodations for doggos and puppers available in Colorado Ski Country.
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Colorado is home to some of the most breathtaking views and scenic mountain vistas in the world, and Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) member resorts are no exception. For skiers and riders who are seeking an Instagram-worthy snapshot of their ski vacation, from scenic panoramas to family portraits to unforgettable selfies, these are the best locations at Colorado ski areas to take an unforgettable photo.
Is there any better way to après ski than basking in the sounds of live music? Whether you’re aiming to dance all night or just sip a beverage and tap your foot, Colorado ski areas host live music on the slopes throughout the season.
January Highlights Include Avalanche Dog Demonstrations, Helmet Safety, Ski with a Patroller Days and More
Photo credit: Dave Camara, Arapahoe Basin Ski Area
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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?