April, 2008

  1. Delta Highlights Vacation Deals

    Delta has a section of their site dedicated to Colorado vacation travelers. If you’re headed to our wonderful state and want to scope some good flight, lodging and ticket deals check out Delta’s website. Click here for Delta ski vacation deals and getaway packages.

  2. 2008 Bacardi World Pond Skimming Championships

    Let me be frank: the event was a splash! Joking aside I had fun last weekend up at Vail. Bacardi invited both myself and Rachel to attend the Bacardi World Pond Skimming Championships. If you’re not clear on what this event is: a bunch of people ski and snowboard down a hill, one at a…

  3. Colorado Passes to use RF technology

    “Your 2008-2009 season pass is getting a high-tech makeover. All passes for next season — The Epic, Colorado, and Summit season passes — will utilize a new state-of-the-art radio frequency technology that’ll offer an “easy scan” process, where we can scan the pass through your clothing, giving you the option to keep your pass zipped…

  4. Movies filmed in Colorado snow locations

    CBS 4 Denver has compiled a listing of movies filmed in Colorado. We combed the list and found movies filmed in the Colorado mountains and snow towns that we’ve come to know and love: White Fang 2 (Aspen) Christmas Vacation (Breckenridge) Die Hard 2 (Breckenridge) Dumb and Dumber (Aspen, Breckenridge) The Maverick Queen (Silverton) The…

  5. Interview: Michelle Roark, 2008 moguls winner

    If you watched the 2008 Sprint U.S. Freestyle Championships at Deer Valley Resort you may have noticed a few local faces tearing up the slopes. One of them happened to be local resident Michelle Roark (U.S. Ski Team) who won the Duals Moguls title (article) this year. Michelle is a student at the School of…

  6. An end to Colorado Snow's season

    So, the weekend has come and gone and the bright suits of gaypers (those that dress like the flamboyant out-of-towners) will slowly fade from memory. That’s right, the 2007/2008 season has largely come to an end. But wait, you say, there are still a few resorts open, right? Of course! Here are the last few…

  7. They should keep the slopes open.

    Vail Resorts and Intrawest would be crazy to close everything next weekend. Steamboat and many others already closed this weekend. But, beyond the slush at the bottom: there’s plenty of snow! We were at Keystone this weekend and I was still finding fluffy powder in the trees. Vail has tons of powder still, too. Please,…

  8. Spring Back to Vail 2008

    More spring fun starts next week up in Vail with a week-long festival celebrating the sun and the snow: The mountains will be alive with free concerts from national headliners, on-snow events, street parties…and don’t miss the ever-popular…Bacardi World Pond Skimming Championships. So head on up to Vail and have a good time. Check the…

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