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2002 Masterfit University Trained Shops: Rockies


Bad boot fits are like bad marriages--experts estimate that nearly 80 percent off all bad fits could be avoided if skiers and snowboarders started out with a better match.

Berthoud Shifts Gears


Berthoud Pass, CO can't compete with the I-70 giants who may charge as little as $18 per day for lift accessed skiing. Instead of closing doors, they're evolving.

Red Sky Golf Club Ranked Top 100


In the company of some of the most prestigious golf courses in America, both courses at the Red Sky Golf Club have been ranked in the Top 100 golf courses to play in the United States in the September 2004 issue of Golf Magazine.

Levitate Yourself


Upstart clothing company breaks into the freeride market.

Wine, Jazz, and Art Festival Comes to Keystone


Keystone Resort's Wine, Jazz and Art Festival is your chance to feel sophisticated in a rustic Rocky Mountain setting.

Denver, Intrawest complete Winter Park pact


Sept. 6: Intrawest will invest $50 million on-mountain, $49 million on real estate over first 10 years of 50-year deal.

Demo Days 2001/2002


Are you itching to try out the latest gear? Here is a list of ski areas hosting demo days with your favorite manufacturer's best stuff.

Bluegrass and Beer Festival Comes to Keystone


The popular Bluegrass and Beer Festival returns to the High Country August 7 and 8, 2004.

Pre-Halloween Openings a Treat for Skiers


Killington Resort became the first eastern area to open when it ran a lift serving two trails off Killington Peak Monday.

Ski April Fool's Day for Less, No Foolin'


These resorts are planning Fool's day fun with spring-fever activities and some deep discounts for skiers.

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