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Travel | Purgatory Mountain, Colorado

Travel | Purgatory Mountain, Colorado
Travel Go Purgatory Winter 2016 Main Photo 1
A new owner’s passion for the sport marks an exciting change for a beautiful San Juan ski resort.

The Rolling stones echo off the lift towers and snow guns, bouncing off the mountain in front of me, making the bass even more powerful. While Jagger isn’t on stage, the cover band playing outside at the base of Purgatory’s main lift is impressive, and it shows no signs of stopping in the below-freezing temps. While I can barely account for the contents of my own gloves, their bare fingers fly across fret boards and nimbly pick out rockin’ solos, guitar amps screaming through the cold winter air. Is this good for my ears? Absolutely not.

Getting Crafty with Woody Creek Distillers

Vodka made from Colorado potatoes in Woody Creek, Colorado.

Planning a visit to Aspen, Colorado this winter? Like cocktails and craft spirits? We suggest you put Woody Creek Distillers on your list of things to do.

Currently Woody Creek has a line of four products; Reserve Vodka, 100% Potato Vodka, Colorado Straight Rye Whiskey, and Colorado Gin.

Royal Street Café's Dungeness Crab Tower

Watch sous chef Chris Gibson assemble the Dungeness Crab Tower, a favorite dish at Royal Street Café.

The EBS Lounge

Tour the EBS Lounge at Deer Valley Resort.

2016 Moosehead Bartender’s Cup

Join SKI Magazine to compete in the Moosehead Bartender’s Cup for your chance to win a trip to a Utah Ski Resort and other prizes!

The Mariposa

Watch Clark Norris, executive chef at Silver Lake Lodge, assemble the Gulf Shrimp and Brie Ravioli, a popular dish on The Mariposa's small-plates menu.

Old Town, New Tricks

Old Town, New Tricks
Park City Chamber Naive Main Photo
As Park City, Utah redefines itself in a new age, we get a local perspective on how the town has changed for the better.

As I walk along Park City’s Historic Main Street with its high-end boutiques, award-winning eateries and authentic western saloons (in the shadow of two world-class ski resorts, I might add) it’s hard to imagine this bustling ski town as the struggling silver mining community it was just five decades ago. But a small town it was, and that charm has stayed; albeit with a few more things going on than the miners were used to.

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