Forest Service OKs Vail Resorts plan to restore Keystone tundra. But expanded terrain’s opening will be delayed.
The White River National Forest suspended construction in alpine bowl at Keystone after Vail Resorts crews plowed a road beyond permitted boundaries. The company’s cure for damage “the best … I’ve ever seen,” forest boss says.
Alaska’s Denali is finally open to guided skiing, and you have a Colorado company to thank
After more than a decade of trying, Telluride’s Mountain Trip ran its first guided ski mountaineering trip in May
Q&A: Alterra CEO Rusty Gregory steps back and reflects on next generation of ski resort bosses
Rusty Gregory winds down 40 years of ski area management, says Alterra is in able hands with Jared Smith, who used tech to help Ticketmaster dominate sales
World Cup schedule adds Alpine ski races at 2 more U.S. sites, including Aspen
Men's super-G and downhill events will be held March 3-5 in Aspen
Carman: Backcountry with a side of bacon is a soulful alternative to the corporate ski experience
As traditional ski resorts have become more crowded and expensive, the allure of backcountry skiing has grown. Bluebird Backcountry offers a safe way to learn the sport.
“It changed everything”: How Crested Butte’s first-ever extreme skiing contests 30 years ago birthed the freeskiing movement
The pioneering athletes competing in the first U.S. Extreme Skiing Championships at Crested Butte transformed the resort industry with a push for wider skis and steeper terrain
Vail Resorts promises $175 million more for employees, bumps starting pay to $20 an hour
North America’s largest resort operator was vilified this past season as it struggled to open chairs and handle crowds
Can skijoring, one of Colorado’s favorite extreme sports, go mainstream?
Skiers are pulled by cowboys in a Wild West spectacle in mountain towns across the state.
America’s chairlift savant finishes 22-year quest to ride every lift in the U.S.
Peter Landsman, a lift supervisor at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, has visited, photographed and documented 2,381 chairlifts in the U.S.
Black ski groups descend on Snowmass to promote camaraderie, inclusion in the ski industry
The demographic makeup of skiers does not reflect the U.S. population. But Gen Z represents an opportunity to change that.
It has been 20 years since snowboarders were allowed on Aspen Mountain following a “big stink”
Backcountry skier killed in Colorado’s first fatal avalanche this snow season
The deadly avalanche comes as avalanche danger is high across Colorado as a winter storm blankets the high country
Pritchett: As it finally arrives, I’ve written a love letter to snow
In spite of delayed winter weather in Colorado, it's never a bad time to count the ways -- here are 10 -- that we appreciate the arrival of the white stuff
Vail Resorts sold 2.1 million Epic Passes for 2021-22 season after cutting prices by 20%
Resort operator reports a 76% increase in pass sales from 2019-20, which is about 900,000 more tickets and passes purchased in advance.
PHOTOS: Short on powder, Colorado’s ski resorts let snowmakers rip
A dry and warm November in the high country is leading Colorado resorts to rely on the man-made alternative to powder.
72-year-old skier dies in collision with snowboarder at Eldora Mountain
The death Tuesday appears to be the first at a Colorado ski resort this winter season.
Snow may not be piling up at Colorado ski resorts this season, but anxiety sure is
Coronavirus is still a worry, but now ski hill operators must wrestle with too few workers and not enough places to house the ones they’ve hired
Powdr’s Fast Tracks offers $49+ chance to skip the lift line at Copper Mountain, triggering a skier backlash
Even a U.S. senator is calling on Powdr to kill the program
Wolf Creek Ski Area plans to kick off Colorado’s ski season on Saturday; A-Basin opens Sunday
Wolf Creek received more than a foot of snow from a storm that pounded the high country this week