Skiers begin their day at Bluebird Backcountry in mid-March. The state's first-ever human-powered, backcountry ski area drew hundreds of skiers to slopes spilling from the prominent Whiteley Peak outside Kremmling. (Shondia Houtzer, Special to The Colorado Sun)
The state's first-ever human-powered, backcountry ski area hosted hundreds of skiers last spring. Bluebird Backcountry will open for the entire season in a new location near Kremmling in December. (Shondia Houtzer, Special to The Colorado Sun)

Bluebird Backcountry is expanding just as uphill skiing is expected to explode during coronavirus

The uphill-only ski area outside Kremmling is expanding to 1,200 acres for its second season with an emphasis on providing a safer experience and avalanche education.

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