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[ Fri, 2009-12-11 15:20 ]
Keystone at Night
How far would you go to get free skiing? One woman went too far, claiming her boyfriend's pass was her own; when questioned, she claimed she was midway through a sex change.

Let's all admit something: Skiers are good people. Sure, there are some minor liftline grumblers and on-slope maniacs, but in general we all like bluebird days, big powder, and a fat beer after last chair. And in general we're happy to give ski companies our money to provide access to such enjoyable pursuits. But let's also admit something else: Skiers are not above a little, shall we say, wheeling and dealing when it comes to ski passes. You know what we're talking about. The kid selling you his half-used lift ticket in the parking lot.

[ Mon, 2009-10-05 12:33 ]
Vail Resorts to Offer Pass Insurance
Accidents, unemployment among the reasons for refunds

Let's say you bought a season pass, but you lost your job before the season even started. Are you screwed? Not if you opted for Vail Resorts' Pass Insurance program. For an extra $20 for adult, teen or senior passes (or $10 for children's passes), you'd be able to recover at least some, if not all, of your investment. Break a leg before the season even starts? Full refund. Get pregnant after opening day? Partial refund. Called up for duty two weeks after opening day? Partial refund.

[ Wed, 2009-09-23 06:24 ]
Keystone Resort Lawsuit
Lifetime passholders say Vail is breaking agreement

It must be lawsuit season: Vail Resorts is getting sued by a group of Keystone ski resort "lifetime" lift pass holders.

[ Thu, 2009-09-03 08:06 ]
Coyotes in Breckenridge?
Recent coyote sightings have raised fears in Frisco, Colo.

Last winter, the disappearance of several pets in Breckenridge, Colo., was blamed on a local pack of coyotes. But this week biologists with the Colorado Division of Wildlife are saying that recent sightings of coyotes down the hill in Frisco -- which sits within short driving distance to Breck, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin -- shouldn't worry locals.

[ Wed, 2009-09-02 15:20 ]
Vail by Rail
Is the solution to I-70 gridlock worth $15 billion?

A recent report pegs the cost of a rail from the Denver International Airport to Vail's Eagle County Airport at a hefty $15 billion. The proposed route would also stop at Keystone and Frisco. Via: USA Today

Photo by Mark Fox

Super-Size your Sunday

Super-Size your Sunday

With "Super Sized" snow, Breckenridge and Keystone offer $79 "Super Size" Sunday Lodging deal to extend your ski day into a mini-vacation.

Keystone starts new "Play It Safe" Program


Skiers and Riders Receive Information and Resources on Skier Safety as a part of National Safety Awareness Week

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