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.
PHOTOS: Snow-sculpting competition returns to Breckenridge
At the International Snow Sculpting Championships, artists use only hand tools to carve 25-ton, 12-foot blocks of snow into masterpieces
Ski resorts invest millions in more efficient snowmaking as some question continuing the practice during a drought
Snowpack in the U.S. West has decreased by about 20% in the last century
Chances of a white Christmas have melted a bit since the 1980s
Denver’s airport went from a 40% chance of Christmas snow in 1981-2010 to a 34% chance in 1991-2020.
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
Photos: Denver sees first snowfall after breaking 87-year-old record
The official measurement at the Denver International Airport was three-tenths of an inch
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.
Yes, it hasn’t snowed yet in Denver. But it’s Colorado’s meager snowpack that should worry you.
Denver hasn’t seen snow in 225 days, but climatologists say they’re more concerned about the dry conditions in the high country
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
Early winter storm brings snow to Rocky Mountains as Colorado ski resorts prepare to open
Winter weather advisories were issued for portions of Colorado, Idaho, Nevada and Utah
Nicolais: April snow showers always throw me for a loop
Just like Charlie Brown trying to kick Lucy’s football, I am always caught making spring plans when a late snowstorm arrives
Eagle County man died after being swept off cliff near Beaver Creek, final avalanche report says
Gary Smith and a partner were skiing on a steep slope in the backcountry near Beaver Creek Resort on March 22 when the avalanche occurred
Weekend snowstorm, at 27.1 inches, was Denver’s 4th largest dating back 140 years
The weekend snowstorm closed roads, shut down Denver International Airport for two days, and kept schools, businesses and governments closed on Monday
Denver International Airport shuts down its runways, I-70 through the mountains is closed as heavy snow pounds Colorado
The Colorado Department of Transportation warned that road closures are highly likely and asked people not to make unnecessary trips.
After slow start, Colorado snowmobilers can finally rev up their machines this winter — and take a safety class
The boom in snowmobile sales across the country is an extension of last summer’s pandemic-powered surge in the sales of boats, ATVs, RVs and other outdoor toys that help people get out and away from crowds.
Recent snowstorms are barely scratching the surface of Colorado’s ongoing drought
The state needed an above-average snow year this winter to reverse the drought’s momentum. Forecasts for the next few months aren’t optimistic, either.
Skier dies in backcountry avalanche near Crested Butte
Officials are worried about a surge in backcountry skiers this year because of the coronavirus crisis
Colorado’s drought keeps getting worse, with a quarter of the state now exceptionally dry
The long-term forecast for Colorado doesn’t look good, but experts say context is necessary.