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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.
The new, radically short slalom skis barely reach your chin, but for arcing quick turns they're head and shoulders above their predecessors.
A proposed U.S. Forest Service plan for the heart of Colorado skiing is expected to raise lift-ticket prices and crowd the slopes.
Boy meets mountain. Boy meets girl. Boy and girl laugh, love and struggle to build Colorado's highest and wildest ski area, Arapahoe Basin.
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