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Enjoy it while it lasts--the National Weather Service predicts that colder temperatures will move south by the middle of next week.
The Colorado Wildlife Commission has approved an experimental attempt to reintroduce the elusive Canada lynx to its native habitat in the Rockies.
Gondolas are becoming the rage for Colorado ski resorts, but not to drop skiers and boarders on the slopes.
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.
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.
Oct. 22: It's part of Vail's belt-tightening drive. Further layoffs expected next week.
Reservations at the nation's premier ski resorts are rebounding after dropping as much as 50 percent immediately after the Sept. 11 attacks.
Ski resorts across the U.S. consider insurance policies for financial protection against years of low visitor turnout. Several resorts already take part in this practice and more may soon join in.
Rumors of Vail Resorts' plans to redevelop condo-clad land with a new community center, European inspired plaza, and a major hotel stir up community angst.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has recently listed the nocturnal, tuft-eared Canada lynx as a threatened species.
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