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Crowds jam Copper and Loveland to kick off the 2001-02 ski season.
This Valentine's Day, Loveland Ski Area, CO will be holding their ninth annual mass wedding atop the Continental Divide, for skiers to confirm or renew marriage vows.
Schlopy and Schleper will lead a confident US team to Park City this weekend for the American opening of the World Cup season.
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.
U.S. Ski Team members will battle for the last Olympic spots this weekend as Loveland Ski Area hosts the U.S. Alpine season kickoff for the second-straight season with four days of slalom races.
Crisp, morning air, a stiff breeze, and nine inches of fresh greeted us at Loveland as we stepped out of the van to grab our gear.
The first day started at a very early and dark 4:45am when I packed my truck and went to meet the other team members and head to Eldora Mountain Resort, outside of Boulder.
After more twists and turns than a "choose your own adventure" fantasy, Hans-Petter Buraas of Norway won the men's World Cup SL at Sestriere, Italy on Dec. 11.
The wait is finally over. Two areas in Colorado, Loveland Ski Area and Copper Mountain Resort, opened for skiing this week.
The best skiers in the world, including three reigning world champions, from more than 15 countries will battle it out for $22,000 in prize money on the slopes of Loveland Ski Area this Thursday through Sunday at the Nature Valley Alpine Cup.
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