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  • Epic Mountain Gear
    Epic Mountain Gear opens in Frisco tomorrow
    Vail Resorts opens its first retail store aligned specifically with its Epic brand – Epic Mountain Gear – tomorrowat 8 a.m. in Frisco, Colo. The new flagship store offers high-end gear, customized rental services and high-end clothing...
  • Golden Gate Mule Deer
    Mountain wilderness escape in Golden Gate Canyon State Park
    City dwellers looking for a wilderness escape close to Denver will find thousands of acres of pine forest and trails in Golden Gate Canyon State Park only 30 miles west of Denver between Golden and Boulder, Colorado. The park is truly one of the...
  • Beaver Creek
    Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: Thanksgiving preview
    Snow continues to fall consistently in the mountains, though it didn’t turn out to be the “heavy” amounts forecast. We hear (or read) “heavy” here and imagine feet, rather than inches, of snow, but it was not to be...
  • Liftopia
    Black Friday lift ticket deals at Liftopia
    Liftopia launched its annualBlackFridayPreviewtoday, with savings of up to 87% compared to walk-up window rates when purchased in advance.Liftopia.com also offersLiftopia Gift Cards, available in any dollar amount and are good for lift tickets,...
  • Breck Powder
    Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: heavy snow forecast
    The National Weather Service is forecasting “heavy snow,” mainly for Colorado’s northern and central mountains along the Continental Divide. In other words, for most of the ski areas along the I-70 corridor tomorrow should be a...
  • Aspen Scene
    Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: let it snow 1
    As noted in yesterday’s Colorado Snow Report, snow is likely through at least Tuesday, and probably into Wednesday. By Thanksgiving, we’re expecting that, given the new snow, at least 50 percent of all the terrain in Colorado will be...
  • Harold Henthorn accused of pushing his wife off a cliff with $4.5 million in life insurance a motive?
    Harold Henthorn allegedly pushed wife off cliff to her death: $4.5 million push?
    Harold Henthorn is charged with pushing his wife of 12 years off a cliff in Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park and the circumstantial evidence in this case is just piling up. Investigators found a map with an "X" marking the...
  • Vail Opening Day
    Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: more terrain, more resorts open
    Great news for skiers and boarders today as Eldora and Vail have opened this morning, Wolf Creek is now open daily for the season, more terrain continues to open up thanks to last week’s big storm, and another round of fresh snow is on the...
  • Blue Skies at Loveland
    Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: weekend outlook
    In the aftermath of the Storm that Saved Skiing it’s been rather quiet, though breezy at times, which is par for the proverbial course at the higher elevations.We’re not expecting any measurable accumulations until Saturday night,...
  • Breck Snow Stake
    Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: all clear
    What a week! It was simply a pain if you were stuck down here on the Front Range, but quite joyful in the mountains. We went from Dire Straits to Winter Wonderland with the flip of the switch earlier in the week.We’ve had some more Colorado...
  • Colorado rising
    Grassroots group meets Saturday to protest fracking in Aurora, Colorado
    A grassroots group, What the Frack?! Arapahoe will hold a discussion and present two informational films in light of fracking developments in Arapahoe County and Aurora. The event will take place 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday Nov. 15 at the Ecotech...
  • Breckenridge starts 2014-15 ski season
    Breckenridge starts 2014-15 ski season
    Colorado's Breckenridge Resort opened for the 2014-15 ski season on Friday with an updated chairlift in the spotlight. The Colorado SuperChair was upgraded from a quad to a six-pack during the off-season. After delaying opening day by a week...
  • A homeless vet bundled up
    Record low temperatures impact Denver's homeless
    Temperatures reached new lows in Denver this week, breaking records that have stood for nearly 100 years. The Mile High City dipped into the negative teens, lows not seen since 1916 and, in Wednesday’s case, beating a record that has stood...
  • Snowing at Loveland
    Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: more snow through the weekend
    We're looking good, snow-wise, through Sunday morning. Snow is likely, and practically guaranteed, through Sunday morning.Though terrain is limited, that terrain will be quite powdery. This continuous snow with consistently cold weather bodes...
  • Colorado State flag
    Cooking with Cannabis in Colorado
    We all know that the smoking of marijuana has become legalized in the great state of Colorado for recreational use, and is now sold to anyone over twenty-one from right behind the counter of the retail shops. But businesses are finding more ways...