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Colorado skiers and riders celebrate with up to 28 inches of Champagne Powder to ring in the New Year.
A spring storm has brought six inches and counting to Arapahoe Basin, CO, boosting skiing conditions at this late-season favorite.
This Friday, Breckenridge joins Copper, Loveland, and Arapahoe Basin in opening for the 2004/05 season.
It's trick-or-treat on skis this Friday, when Breckenridge Ski Resort, CO, opens for the ski season Halloween weekend.
For the fifth consecutive season, Loveland Ski Area officially kicked off the nation's ski and snowboard season Friday, to blue skies and a 38-inch base.
After three years of studies and deliberation, A-Basin get approval for snowmaking, bringing the area one step closer to year-round skiing.
For the fifth consecutive season, Loveland Ski Area officially kicked off the nation's ski and snowboard season Friday, to bright blue skies and a 38-inch base.
As weather reports promised, more snow covered the high country of Colorado this morning. Many mountain residents woke up to snow in town as well as covering the slopes of their local ski resort.
Winter storms have slammed into both coasts, sending the rockies and much of the U.S. several feet of snow.
Arapahoe Basin's 2004-05 season passes are on sale.
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