Q: When is the best (read: cheapest) time to renew my CO Pass? I’m a first time Season Pass holder, and I’d like to renew for 2008-2009, but I don’t know the game. Thanks! Posted by glegly A: Easy answer: the fine folks at Vail Resorts will definitely let you know when to renew your […]
Q: I am moving back to Colorado late this March. Do any resorts sell late season passes (Late season Buddy Pass) Something like that? I hope so! Daily rates at Vail,Breck,and Keyston would get expensive! Posted by Lance Gartner A: Hey Lance, great question and the simplest answer: you're out of luck. The Colorado Pass […]
Q: Hey Colorado Snow, stoked to see you on Askablogr! After a big snow winter here in the Northwest it looks like we’ll see an early spring. Any predictions for where to find the best spring snow in CO? Posted by Chris DeVore A: Haha, the best spring snow in Colorado is going to be […]
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We’ve had a few readers ask for our suggestions here at Colorado Snow so without delay here is our first ‘Ask CS’ entry. Latt asked: This will be my first time skiing at Keystone. I will be taking my wife, 14 y.o. son and 14 y.o. nephew March 23-28. Any tips on great runs, good […]
I just spent an awesome (long) weekend up in Keystone and I had a blast. It’s amazing the many things you can do in the mountains and never get bored. Here’s the top 4 things I recommend you do if you have some extra time: Ski the Outback. I had never been as far back […]
The ABC-of-Snowboarding site has a collection of tutorials on how to do snowboard tricks. It includes descriptions, animations, and simple visuals to help you land those sweet ollies. Click here to visit the Snowboarding Tricks site.
Sunday I visited Breckenridge and was greeted with over 11″ of powder. Inferno, a black diamond off of Peak 9, is one of the more consistently entertaining runs I’ve found. Although it was closed this past weekend you could head down a fraction of the run, perhaps the part that mattered most: the deep powder. […]