Colorado’s tourism marketing budget revived as lawmakers bet travelers will be crucial to coronavirus recoveryBy Jason Blevins Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Hundreds of international workers at Colorado ski resorts are in limbo as countries close borders, airlines cancel flightsBy Jason Blevins Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published
How the closure of two Vail restaurants shows coronavirus’ domino effect on the food-service economyBy Jason Blevins Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published
Vail Resort employs 55,000 workers and houses many of them near its resorts in Colorado, Utah, California, British Columbia, New England and across the Midwest
This is how much Colorado’s mountain communities stand to lose without skiing, restaurants, bars and lodging
As mountain communities grind to close, coronavirus and economic worries turn to summer. “It’s time to show the world how tough we really are,” Telluride tourism chief says.
Colorado ski resorts remain open, but change chairlift rules and dining options to avoid coronavirus spread
Large gatherings have been banned in Colorado ski counties to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but lift lines aren’t included so resorts are still open while mountains across Europe and Asia close for the season
Owners of Colorado’s first uphill backcountry ski area blend fun with education and safety as they test a business model they hope to replicate elsewhere
Friends and family, along with hundreds who never met the man but wore his name, started arriving en masse Friday for an early-morning ride down one of Jake’s favorite trails in Vail
Three Colorado ski resort pioneers talk about the industry’s roots, ski pass wars and how to deal with crowds
Andy Daly, Bill Kane and John Norton, three Colorado ski resort veterans, talk about the future of the industry
Bluebird Backcountry at Peak Ranch will offer $50 access, $50 guided instruction on 1,500 acres of gladed terrain below Whiteley Peak in the Rabbit Ears range.
Now, the Forest Service will only share aggregated permit fee information for the ski areas in the White River National Forest. No individual permit fees are being shared on a forest, state, region or national level.