- Starting Today, Guests Can Access Copper’s Free Parking Lots Without a Parking Reservation
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 skiRead more
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Winter Park Resort Launches Resort Specific 21/22 Season Passes also on March 11, 2021
Ikon Pass invites skiers and riders across the globe to commit to future adventures as the Ikon Pass goes on sale at its lowest pricing for the 21/22 season today, Thursday, March 11, 2021. After debuting in January 2018, the Ikon PassRead more
Winter Park Resort has long been welcoming women into what has traditionally been a community mostly made up of men. The stories and history of Colorado and of skiing are rich and compelling, but the recognized contributions of women to our shared history are more limited. That’s why during March 2021 Women’s History Month, Winter Park Resort is recognizing a few modern-day women blazing a trail and challenging the idea about what it means to be a woman in the mountain outdoor industry.
It wasn’t until Winter Park’s more recentRead more
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Aspen Snowmass just announced an extra week of skiing at Snowmass through Apr. 25. All passes are good as they would be during the regular season. Day ticket pricing is as follows.
1-day adult, $99
1-day child/teen, senior (65-69), $65
Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk and Aspen Mountain will close on their original dates, as follows. Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk will close Apr. 4 and Aspen Mountain will close Apr. 18.
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Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) is a membership trade association made up of 22 ski areas across Colorado that works on behalf of its membership in the areas of communications, marketing and public policy.
Climate change and its impacts to the industry are a major policy focus of the organization at the state and federal level and CSCUSA’s policy team is active at the state Capitol and state regulatory agencies on climate legislation. CSCUSA has been working on theRead more
Ikon Pass invites skiers and riders across the globe to commit to future adventures when the Ikon Pass goes on sale at its lowest pricing for the 21/22 season on Thursday, March 11, 2021. After debuting in January 2018, the Ikon Pass enters its fourth season with 44 inspiring mountain destinations, each ready to create new stories and enduring memories for the passionate Ikon Pass community.
The Ikon Pass offers access to 44 iconic global mountain destinations across the Americas, Europe, Japan, Australia, and NewRead more
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Aspen Skiing Company (ASC) today released a report that tells the story of how ASC and its partners – Oxbow’s Elk Creek Mine, Holy Cross Energy, and Vessels Carbon Solutions – turned a coal mine in Somerset, Colorado into a clean-energy production facility. It also documents how much electricity has been generatedRead more
“The land is part of life’s balance.” – Connor Ryan
Connor Ryan, Húŋkpapȟa Lakȟóta and Lonnie Kauk, Ahwahnechee, have a special relationship with the mountains we all love to ski and ride, and they seek to share that passion with others. Connor and Lonnie tap into their Native roots to understand and connect to the majestic mountains on which they live, ski, and snowboard, and they hope to teach everyone that we are all connected to this landRead more