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European ski resorts take the lead with creative—and controversial—efforts to adapt to global warming.
Normally, I would have slept late, then driven into Ouray in time for the parade, the picnic in the park and the infamous Main Street water fights. But this Fourth of July the pull of the high country was just too strong.
What you need to know about white Pass.
What's the first thing you do on a ski day? Make coffee? Hit the bathroom? Call in sick? Personally, my first mission has long been the same: Pick up the phone and get the snow-conditions report.
Global warming is threatening the world's ski resorts, with melting at lower altitudes forcing the sport to move higher and higher up mountains, according to a new United Nations study.
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