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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.
After three years of studies and deliberation, A-Basin get approval for snowmaking, bringing the area one step closer to year-round skiing.
Arapahoe Basin's 2004-05 season passes are on sale.
The final lift-served days of Colorado's 1999-2000 ski season came to a close last weekend at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area.
Winter storms have slammed into both coasts, sending the rockies and much of the U.S. several feet of snow.
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.
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.
The final day of the Colorado 2003/2004 ski season will be Sunday, June 13.
The US Forest Service decision to allow snowmaking at Arapahoe Basin has received an appeal from the Boulder-based environmental group Colorado Wild.
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