Winter Scene

The Mahon warrior way

For the Mahons, a weekend’s success depends on how much energy they have left when Monday morning rolls around. “We typically pack it all...

Front Range Events

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10 Eric Larsen: On Thin Ice, the Melting Arctic — Larsen talks about the “Last North Expedition,” what will likely be the last...

Once is luck

Picture a day in 16-year-old Nica Digerness’ skates: she gets to the Broadmoor World Arena in Colorado Springs at 9 a.m. to warm up,...

Front Range concerts 2016-17

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10 Dan + Shay — With Walker Hayes. Doors: 7 p.m. Ogden Theater, 935 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, 303-832-1874. Holiday Blue — With...

SKI AREAS

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Don’t hibernate this winter

Bears hibernate, but you don’t have to. Just because the thermometer has dropped a few degrees and the rain has turned to snow doesn’t mean that it’s time to put on 40 pounds, curl up by a fire and wait for spring. You live in Colorado for Pete’s sake. Winter just ...

Desperately seeking snowfall

There´s a buzz building in the air with each cold nip and chilly breeze. Those long, light blue wispy clouds over the western horizon are surely harbingers of wind, freezing temperatures and snow. After a less than impressive 2011-12 season that left many a Colorado ...

50 years of skiing Colorado

Talk to a skier who learned in the ’60s and they’ll tell stories of coaches imported from Europe to teach Americans how to tackle obstacles like moguls — knees together! — and ski edges sharp enough to shred your ski pants. Our rocker skis, wide leg stance and Gortex...

Flying high

Colorado´s ski industry is the leader in North America for good reason. Visitation to local favorite Vail exceeds 1.5 million skier days each year. That number, 1,750,000 skier days (one skier, skiing one day) last year alone at Vail, means that the ski area has the ...

Fresh winter grub

It´s been a long day up on the mountains and the Clif bar you had earlier did no justice to your hunger. Thankfully, ski resorts and towns in Colorado realize it takes more than just a chewy granola bar to satisfy famished skiers — and they reinvent their dining ...

Spend your money on gas, not lift tickets

After last year’s lackluster snowfall truncated the number of available ski days, it would be nice if Mother Nature gave a little foresight into what Colorado resorts may be in for in 2012-13. Without a time machine to take a peek at January’s snowpack, snow ...
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