October, 2008

  1. Copper is opening 2008 a week early

    Copper has decided that with all the snow falling (last night saw at least 8 inches!) they’re going to open a full week earlier. Copper will now open up on November 7th, only two Fridays away. For anyone worried about early season snow this year, fear not! Psst, get updates like this by following CoSnow…

  2. Resort Improvement Roundup 2008

    We’ve seen a lot of new stuff heading towards the mountains this season. Here’s a quick peek at some of the highlights on the slopes: Arapahoe Basin 300 new parking spots added Tunnel under Hwy 6 to connect parking and the slopes, safely Buses to bring people down from the upper lots Black Mountain lodge…

  3. Ski Free at Crested Butte

    Free skiing is back at Crested Butte! From Dec. 1 – 17, 2008, you can get 1 free lift ticket for each person per night lodging booked through Crested Butte Vacations. It’s a perfect time to round up your crew for a road trip! Condos I’ve priced out come in at $100 total per person…

  4. 2008 Colorado Ski and Snowboard Expo

    Click here for the 2009 Colorado Ski & Snowboard Expo Visit the Denver area’s snow season kickoff event: the Colorado Ski & Snowboard Expo. “Exhibitors from mountain resorts from near and far will be on hand, as well as tour operators and ski and snowboard equipment manufacturers with the latest info on this year’s best…

  5. Season Opening Day battle winner is…

    The opening day battle for 2008-2009 continues on and the winner is: a tie. Both Loveland and Arapahoe Basin will open at 8:30AM on October 15th (tomorrow). If you noticed yesterday, Arapahoe Basin announced the 15th at 9:00AM. Loveland then responded by announcing 8:30AM on the 15th. The two are now tied… who thinks Loveland…

  6. Echo Mountain discounted 2008-2009 season pass, $149

    Opening day is still to be determined at, Echo Mountain, one of Denver’s closest parks. But, the mountain recently discounted its season pass. From reader, David: “Echo’s deal is the [$149] season pass. Nothing else is close. It has a nice intermediate hill that’s great for improving riders and skiers. No real green runs or true extreme…

  7. New Colorado Snow site launched

    As lame as it is to post about ourselves, we wanted to point out the new CoSnow site is up and rocking. We’re looking to put a big focus on content so we needed to get away from the ‘blog’ style. As always, send your feedback, comments, suggestions to contact@cosnow.com.