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October, 2011

  1. 2011 Denver Post Ski Guide: Colorado’s Best →

    If you didn’t get last weekend’s Sunday Post then you’re in luck: the Denver Post has published it’s 2011 ski guide. It’s a nice overview of most of the CSCUSA spots across the state with pass pricing, location, lifts, and other vitals. If you’re looking to bone up and learn more about Colorado’s gems, check out the guide.

  2. Learn about safe backcountry travel with KNOW Boundaries

    The North Face is introducing a series of clinics on backcountry travel. They call it “Know Boundaries” and there are a couple clinics to be held at the REIs in Denver and Boulder. If you’re wandering into avalanche country, there’s really no reason not to go brush up on these skills. Learn about the KNOW…

  3. First major 2011 snow storm photo round-up

    Lots of awesome pictures came in today from the various resorts. It’s definitely coming down hard up in the mountains today! Check out the photos above (you can use left/right arrows to navigate) from all over Colorado. Various sources include: Colorado Ski Country USA Aspen/Snowmass on Facebook Eldora on Facebook Breckenridge on Twitter

  4. Early morning snow in Denver

    As expected, it’s not quite up to “5-8 inches” as expected… yet. There is certainly more to the storm but the forecasts now expect “snow mist” and “snow dusting” from here on out. Waking up to an inch or two doesn’t spell “snowpocalypse” as much as the weather forecasters would have liked you to believe…

  5. A note on forecasts: the early forecasts in the Denver area can usually be halved. Besides, all the snow should stay in the mountains!