Day two and plenty of blue (skies)! This morning I decided to make my way over to the Vasquez Ridge Territory and see how much snow it’s received. I headed up Gemini Express again and worked my way back using Prospector Express and then skiing past Olympia to get to the territory. That’s a nice […]
I’m in my last semester of my MBA (hallelujah!) and my final project is about lodging options near resorts. I’m exploring market willingness to stay in micro-rooms (about 1/2 the size of a typical hotel room) or group rooms (2-4 person shared hostel accommodations) in exchange for significantly reduced prices. I’m currently collecting primary data and […]
New Twin Tunnel Lane Open
Just in time for the holidays, the new, eastbound lane form Idaho Springs to Floyd Hill is open! From the I-70 Coalition: “There are now three lanes through this section, a much-improved tunnel as far as lighting and aesthetics, and some of the dangerous curves east of the Twin Tunnel have been straightened a bit […]
Happy Opening Day to Copper Mountain and Keystone!
Stay tuned, we have a dozen posts showcasing #NewThisSeason improvements around the state. Here’s how to subscribe: https://cosnow.com/subscribe/
Well done. After a year or ideating and brainstorming and concepts, the brightest design minds in Colorado have created a green triangle. Learn more about this stroke of genius at brandcolorado.gov. But seriously, it’s a clear and clean logo and I think it works OK. But, it’s way too generic. Rest assured, Colorado Snow will […]
Today the wonderful state of Colorado turns 137. Happy Birthday!
Q&A: monetizing cosnow
I was recently approached by a local firm doing research on “how expert influencers effectively monetize their online efforts and if there are more effective ways for them to leverage their influence”. In the name of transparency and openness, I wanted to share with you guys some of my thoughts around why I run cosnow, […]