Upcoming Events: Wolf Creek 2017 Opening Day, Breckenridge 2017 Opening Day

2017 opening dates for resorts in Colorado

The 2017 season is nearly here! With the first snow headed to Denver this weekend and snowmaking in full swing in the mountains, it’s time to start planning your first runs. Both Vail Resorts and Colorado Ski Country have officially published these dates online. But, of course, everything is subject to change. Be sure to…

New this season in Colorado Ski Country

When you visit Colorado Ski Country this season you should be pleasantly surprised with new features, events, and more. This year you’ll see a lot of big anniversary milestones and “mountain coasters” popping up all over. Read on for the a summary of the the highlights and new features coming to Colorado Ski Country resorts…

Skied at Winter Park on February 18, 2017

Top of Vasquez Ridge at Winter Park

We explored Winter Park with some friends and had a spring-like day, but with February crowds It was a sunny day at Winter Park and it seems like everyone from Denver decided to join us. The morning crowds at the base were huge so we quickly headed up Zephyr and never stopped moving… Everywhere we…

Skied at Winter Park on January 22, 2017

This one was one of the most picturesque and best powder days I’ve ever seen on a weekend Sunday morning we woke up to a few inches of fresh powder and headed over to Winter Park as quickly as we could. We jumped onto the Zephyr lift as soon as it started and rode up…

Skied at Winter Park on January 21, 2017

We had another great weekend of warm skiing, moderate crowds, and soft snow up at Winter Park Weekend mornings at the Winter Park base sometimes start with a sampling of free Noosa yogurt below the Zephyr lift. This morning was no different and we tried one of our new favorite flavors: pumpkin! This Saturday we…

Skied at Copper Mountain on January 5, 2017

Lucky for us all the new year continued to bring new snow everywhere, including Copper Mountain. We drove up Thursday morning from Denver and with a few overnight inches, the entire drive up I-70 was slow and steady. It turned out that both Berthoud Pass and Loveland pass were closed so everyone had the pleasure…