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A mixture of heavy snowfalls, temperature changes, strong winds, and other variable winter weather conditions make skiing and riding in the backcountry a deadly affair.
Vail Resorts today announced the return of its popular five-mountain Colorado Pass and three-mountain Buddy Pass for the 2004-2005 winter season, as well as the Keystone/Arapahoe Basin pass.
As the skiing public gets older, ski resorts across the country are seeking to take a piece of their retirement pie.
The US Forest Service decision to allow snowmaking at Arapahoe Basin has received an appeal from the Boulder-based environmental group Colorado Wild.
The final day of the Colorado 2003/2004 ski season will be Sunday, June 13.
A-Basin will not open on Friday, October 21, 2005.
Arapahoe Basin opened the ski season on October 30, 2003.
$369 (adults), $279 (teens), $179 (kids), and $349 for the Buddy Pass.
Arapahoe Basin's 2004-05 season passes are now on sale.
Colorado's Water Quality Control Commission voted against an environmentalist appeal to stop a snowmaking plan at Arapahoe Basin, But the road to early season snow is not clear just yet.
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