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[ Wed, 2009-09-09 11:21 ]
Mt. Bachelor, Bluebird Powder Day
Oregon's biggest resort won't charge as much for bad ski days

How many times have you headed for the mountain only to find the skiing less than phenomenal? Oregon's Mt. Bachelor is trying a new sliding-scale pricing scheme this year, hoping to better match the cost of a lift ticket with the value of that day's skiing. If the weather's ugly and only some lifts are open, you'll pay $49. If the wind's bad, but all the lifts are running, that'll be $59. And if the sun is out and everything's peachy, you'll pay the standard $69.

[ Tue, 2009-09-01 17:06 ]
Golf in the Rockies
Don't hang up your clubs just yet; fall is prime golfing season.

In the doldrums between family-vacation season and ski season, there's still plenty of reason to get outside. If you're a golfer, the times couldn't be better: The sun still shines late into the day, and it's warm enough to hang out in shorts. And if you're a skier, ski-resort golf courses offer a lovely way to ease into the season.

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