Apr 08, 2021 in Copper Mountain

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Copper Mountain is proud to announce that it has raised $67,640 for more than a dozen non-profit partner organizations through the Play It Forward Wednesdays program.  

As part of Copper Mountain’s Play Forever commitment to protect the environment and enable participation, the resort reestablished its lift ticket community giving program, Play It Forward Wednesdays. On select Wednesdays throughout the 2020/21 winter season, Copper

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Apr 02, 2021 in Aspen Snowmass, Steamboat, Copper Mountain, Arapahoe Basin, Eldora

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Ikon Pass announces that spring skiing benefits for 21/22 Ikon Pass holders have been increased.

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Mar 30, 2021 in Winter Park

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After several generous late winter/early spring storms in Winter Park, the mountain has accumulated 79 inches of snow for the month of March and 306 inches for the 2020/21 Winter season. With impressive snow fall late in the season, Winter Park Resort will extend its closing day two weeks to May 9, 2021. The season extension will be on the Mary Jane side of the resort, and will allow access to Mary Jane’s iconic bumps, trees and groomer trails. The resort is excited to add two more weeks to the 2020/21 Winter season! For additional updates, including operational lifts and open trails, visit 

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Mar 29, 2021 in Sunlight

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Today April Carter, the 6-year old Mini-Mayor of Sunlight Mountain Resort, is extending her thanks to the generosity of contributors to her coat drive that collected 220 pieces of winter clothing that will be donated to SWAG, Sharing Warmth Around the Globe.

Watch the exclusive interview posted on Sunlight’s YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/WdI0fNK1flM  

The SWAG program

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Mar 29, 2021 in Sunlight

At this week's company-wide managers meeting everyone in the room agreed that our people, our staff, the volunteers, and our supporters, are our greatest asset. No season would be possible without a great staff, and that's definitely true of this season. This is a sincere Thank You to all of our staff, volunteers, and supporters who took all of the extra steps to better ensure a safe and healthy experience for our guests. If you visit this final week of our season, maybe you can help us extend a Thank You to our

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Mar 18, 2021 in Granby Ranch

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Granby Ranch Resort to extend winter season to Sunday, April 11th.

Lowest prices for upcoming winter’s season pass guaranteed through Sunday, April 11th.

Granby Ranch Resort announced today that due to favorable snow conditions the winter 2020-21 season will be extended to Sunday, April 11th. “The combination of mother nature and the hard work of our great team has us making this decision for the benefit of pass

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Mar 16, 2021 in Monarch

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Exceptional snowfall extends season

After receiving two feet of snow in the most recent storm cycle, Monarch Mountain has announced it is extending its ski season for an additional week. Monarch’s closing day will now be Sunday April 11, 2021.

“As always, we want to give our guests the most time on the snow that we can possibly give.  The weather doesn’t always cooperate with that ideal, but the recent snows have helped tremendously.  It’s as if Mother Nature has given us a gift for all that our guests and staff

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Mar 16, 2021 in Copper Mountain

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  • Starting Today, Guests Can Access Copper’s Free Parking Lots Without a Parking Reservation
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Mar 15, 2021 in Arapahoe Basin, Aspen Snowmass, Cooper, Copper Mountain, Echo, Eldora, Granby Ranch, Hesperus Ski Area, Howelsen Hill, Kendall Mountain, Loveland, Monarch, Powderhorn, Purgatory, Silverton, Steamboat, Sunlight, Telluride, Winter Park, Press Release

Today marks the 1-year anniversary of ski areas in Colorado suspending operations in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic. Ski areas, their employees and guests have faced unique challenges as local and state regulations have evolved in response to COVID-19, but with the support of its remarkable employees, ski areas have been able to successfully welcome guests to the slopes and provide residents and visitors with a great skiing and riding experience.

To say thank you to the ski

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