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Canada Lynx Listed as a Threatened Species


The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has recently listed the nocturnal, tuft-eared Canada lynx as a threatened species.

Steamboat Springs Is 'Ski Town USA'


Tourists fly in from thousands of miles away to float down the fluffy powder at this Rocky Mountain resort. In town, locals pump water onto a hill so their kids can race on ice. At Ski Town, USA, they'll do whatever it takes to produce future Olympians.

Vail Resort Lands in Controversy


Vail Resorts could face millions in fines for a mistake made during their Category III expansion.

Ski Towns Competing for Tourists


In an effort to increase skier visits, major ski resorts offer discounted passes.

Ski Resorts Target Slope Safety


Skiers and snowboarders have been told to rein in the recklessness this winter as the nation's ski resorts step up safety programs following a particularly deadly season.

Winter Delays Visit to Rocky Mountain Resorts


Enjoy it while it lasts--the National Weather Service predicts that colder temperatures will move south by the middle of next week.

Colorado Panel OK's Lynx Transplants


The Colorado Wildlife Commission has approved an experimental attempt to reintroduce the elusive Canada lynx to its native habitat in the Rockies.

Gondolas are the Rage of Ski Resorts


Gondolas are becoming the rage for Colorado ski resorts, but not to drop skiers and boarders on the slopes.

Colorado Ski Visits Up


Colorado Ski Country reported skier visits increased significantly this past winter after two consecutive 'down' seasons. Some feel this rise in visits comes at the expense of lost revenue from discounted tickets.

Ski Industry Split Over Ads on Chairlifts


The Forest Service has given the nation's ski resorts the OK to sell some advertising space on their chairlifts, drawing complaints that the messages will clutter up the great outdoors.

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