Loveland Ski Area is scheduled to start snowmaking in just 42 days and is excited to announce season pass, 4-Pak and 3-Class Pass pricing for the 2018/19 season.Read more
If you've been practicing your mountain biking skills all summer, you might be ready to tackle these extremely challenging downhill and cross-country biking trails at Colorado ski resorts.
Winter Park Resort
At Winter Park Resort, expert mountain bikers head for Rainmaker, the signature jump trail of Trestle Bike Park. The jumps may start small, but by the end, you’ll feel like you’Read more
A-Basin offers free disc golf on their par 3 18-hole course, starting in the base area, climbing to the top of North Fork then looping around to the Pali and back to the base area. This rolling par 3 course and fun hike is open seven days a week through the summer.
At Snowmass, guests can enjoy the first and only place in Colorado to boast two 18-hole courses. Aspen MountainRead more
Ski Season is right around the corner. Today marks 100 days until the kick-off of ski season for Purgatory Resort, which opens for the 2018/2019 season on Saturday, Nov. 17.
El Nino is forecast for the winter, which means more powder days at Purgatory. The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is currently predicting El Nino conditions for this winter, which tend to produce greater than average snowfall across the southern Rockies, benefitingRead more
There’s this strange misconception that mountain towns shut down once the snow melts, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Instead of chasing Ullr and the powder gods, many resorts embrace Colorado’s 300+ days of sun a year with music, food and fun all summer long. So put on your party pants because there’s no off-season in ski country.
For the Beer Lovers
OktoberWest at Steamboat, Chili and Beer atRead more
After breaking in your boots, stretching your hiking muscles and working on your cardio all summer, you might be ready to tackle the more difficult hiking trails at Colorado ski resorts. These trails feature sharp elevation gains, exhausting distances and breathtaking views as reward for the energy invested. If you’re ready to test your skills on Colorado’s moreRead more
The town of Crested Butte is best known as the Wildflower Capital of Colorado. But the former coal-mining enclave nicknamed “the last great Colorado ski town” should also be known as the place where families can cultivate mountain-loving kids, says Zach Pickett, communications coordinator for Crested Butte Mountain Resort (CBMR).
“It’s a smaller ski town that lends convenience in proximity, so it’s a lot easier for families once you get here,” he says.
Simply park yourRead more
The construction of Loveland Ski Area’s new high-speed detachable quad from Leitner-Poma is well underway. While there is still a lot of work to do before it is ready for Opening Day, thanks to some help from Terry Henningson, a Loveland Season Pass holder and former Ski Patroller, the new lift has a name. The new lift will be called CHET'S DREAM in honor of Chester R. (Chet) Upham, Jr. (May 19, 1925 - January 24, 2008).
Not everyone can dream big, but Chet Upham could. From the beginning, Chet had a vision for Loveland that transcended what others had seen. Chet became a partner inRead more
Aspen Snowmass and Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES) will host the third annual Stars Above Aspen event on Aspen Mountain Monday, Aug. 13 from 6:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. The Silver Queen gondola will be open late for this special community astronomy night featuring a STARLAB planetarium tent, guided telescope stations, interactive presentations, sunset yoga, legends and facts of the constellations, celestial crafts and games, star storytelling,Read more
Do you prefer to see beautiful vistas and mountain resorts from above? Seeking the adrenaline rush of the bird’s eye view? Colorado Ski Country resorts are offering you the chance to rise above the resort and cruise the skies this summer.