The 2020 season is here! While COVID-19 is undoubtably making things challenging, here’s what we know about the opening dates and when all the various resorts will be open. By Date Wolf Creek: October 28 Keystone: November 6 (Epic) Arapahoe Basin: November 9 (Ikon) Loveland: November 11 Breckenridge: November 13 (Epic) Vail: November 20 (Epic) […]
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 […]
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 […]
The closest ski mountain to Denver is no more: Echo Mountain was bought at auction and will be re-opening in November 2012 as a kids-focused ski training facility called the Front Range Ski Club. The new Club will become a membership-based facility with focus on after-school programs for young alpine racers looking for world-class training. […]
For years now, families have helped introduce their 5th and 6th graders to skiing and snowboarding by applying to Vail’s School of Shred program or Colorado Ski Country USA’s Passport Program. Both offer the same deal to local students: free passes and lessons for kids. Here are some more details: School of Shred offers one […]
Check out what’s going on around the various resorts in Ski Country over at the Hub, a new site dedicated to pulling in all the blogs, Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, and video content from around the state.
This Saturday, Echo Mountain will host its first “College Day” where students from Colorado schools can ski for just $25. Learn more over at the events calendar.
The big winner from this big snowstorm is Echo Mountain near Evergreen with 55 inches in 48 hours.