Dec 13, 2018 in

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Photo courtesy of Winter Park Resort. 

Finding the right ski boots can mean the difference between a productive, fun day of runs and a day of discomfort and potential injury. Whether you’re renting for the day, for the season or purchasing your gear, it’s essential to get the right fit. Luckily, Christy Sports offers some tips for finding ski boots that are a perfect fit.

According to Christy Sports, the most

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Dec 11, 2018 in Press Release

Family-Friendly Activities Include Ice Skating, Snowshoeing, Sightseeing, Spas and More

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Dec 07, 2018 in

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Photo provided courtesy of Cooper. 

Getting to the ski resorts as a family isn’t always a picnic. After all, there’s gear to gather and pack, snacks and water to stockpile in numerous backpacks, and kids to wrangle. And that’s all by the crack of dawn.

So why endure the hassle of ski season with kiddos?

Because, as many Colorado parents will tell you, it’s about so much more than skiing or boarding; it’s also about spending time as a family. With busy day-to-day lives of jobs, homework and technology, there’s often little

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Dec 06, 2018 in

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A "Bluebird Day" at Telluride Ski Resort. Photo by Casey Day. 

Skiing as a sport is relatively new, with the recreational ski world only becoming a thing in the first half of the 20th century (the first chairlift opening in Sun Valley in 1936). But in the decades that skiing has grown into a favorite pastime of people throughout the world, a unique collection of ski terms has arisen that have become familiar to most everyone in the culture. Skiers, from novices to grizzled veterans, use a unique collection of terms

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Dec 06, 2018 in Deals, Events

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Santa rides the chairlift at Loveland Ski Area. 

With the holiday season fast approaching, the pressure is on to find the perfect gift for every loved one on your list. If you’re shopping for a skier or snowboarder, you’re in luck. We’ve compiled a list of the best gifts to the give the snow sports enthusiast in your life.

Give the Gift of Skiing or Riding

If you’d like to give your lucky loved one the gift of skiing, there are several Ski Country options to get them on the slopes having

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Dec 05, 2018 in Press Release

Fifth Grade Passport Remains Completely Free; Sixth Grade Program Increases to $125 on Dec. 15

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Photo Credit: Scott DW Smith, Purgatory Resort
Click here for high-res photo: bit.ly/2018-19Passport.

The popular Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) 6th Grade Passport Program will increase in price from $105 to $125 on December 15. The 6th Grade Passport provides four days of skiing or snowboarding at 22 ski areas across

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Dec 04, 2018 in Copper Mountain

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Photo courtesy of Curtis DeVore at Copper Mountain. 

After a great and snowy start to the Colorado ski season, Copper Mountain is pleased to announce that the highly anticipated American Eagle high-speed combination lift is open to the public as of today! The combination lift features

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Dec 04, 2018 in Eldora

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Photo taken at Eldora and provided courtesy of Sarah Tuff Dunn. 

After 15 years of living in Vermont, my family moved to Louisville, Colorado, last year—largely for easier access to world-class skiing. Sure, the Green Mountain State has its fair share of hills, but we sought bluer skies, deeper powder and more options for off-hill activities. With our 10-year-old son, Harper, in 5th grade and our daughter, Dillon, in 6th grade, we were also excited about the Colorado Ski Country USA 5th and 6th Grade

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Dec 03, 2018 in Snow, Press Release, Aspen Highlands, Copper Mountain, Loveland, Monarch, Purgatory, Sunlight, Steamboat, Telluride, Wolf Creek

December Off to a Snowy Start; Forecast Calls for More

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Photo Credit: Tamara Susa, Aspen Snowmass 

 

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Nov 30, 2018 in Copper Mountain, Events

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With an abundance of natural snow and more than 700 acres of open terrain, there’s no better way to celebrate an amazing start to the season at Copper Mountain than with an unforgettable free performance by The Strumbellas on Saturday, Dec. 1 as part of the inaugural Snowsation concert series.

Festivities kick off at noon in Center Village with a variety of menu items available to sample from Copper’s newest dining outlets. Warm up around each tent with a free

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