2013-14 Ski Season Unaffected by Shutdown

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2013-14 Ski Season Unaffected by Shutdown

With the US government shutdown dragging on, skiers may be left wondering whether their favorite US snow sport destinations, many of which are on federal land regulated by the US Forest Service, may be affected. Spokesperson for the National Ski Areas Association, Michael Berry, noted in a recent interview that the shutdown would not have a major impact on the upcoming ski season…

9th Annual Beacon Bowl and Avalanche Awareness Day

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Aimed at backcountry skiers and riders, this is an event not to be missed. Entrants in the event will take part in timed trials to locate a buried beacon. There will also be clinics, avalanche gear on display, a live auction, silent auction, raffle and apres ski party. Proceeds will be donated to the Colorado […]

Annual Marmot Grind 2010

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The Annual Marmot Grind will be hosted for the eighth consecutive year, on 24 April 2010. It is an event that tests the skills and endurance of skiers to the limits, requiring them to run to their skis, once the race starts, gear up and then proceed to skin to the top of the hill. […]

Loveland

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Loveland Ski Area in Arapahoe National Forest, Colorado, is amongst the highest ski areas of the state. Straddling the Continental Divide, Loveland was established in 1937. As it is not a resort-style ski zone, snow sport enthusiasts will find it less expensive with shorter queues. Stretching across 1 365 acres and taking in the two […]

Colorado

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If you’re an easy-level skier or a die hard expert, you can be sure that you’ll find the right challenge for you in the Colorado mountains. With Snowboarding, night skiing, heli-sking, cross country, half pipes, snowshoe trails and much much more you’ll never run out of amazing snow-filled opportunities. The state is home to 26 […]

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