The valuation decision marks the final chapter in an 18-month battle that has pitted housing against wildlife and resort operator against its namesake town
Crested Butte Mountain Resort ski patrollers were among the first to form a union in the 1970s. Now the ski area’s lift crew is seeking to unionize as part of a resort labor renaissance
Record snowfall draws highest-ever visits to Rocky Mountain ski areas and an all-time high of 67.4 million skier visits to U.S. ski resorts
The lift maintenance crew at the Vail Resorts-owned ski area in Mount Crested Butte is the second in the nation to unionize and part of a growing labor movement in the resort industry
Like nearly every Colorado ski hill, Winter Park needed big money to help fix its employee housing problem. Enter its deep pocketed operator, Alterra, with a blueprint others can follow.
The children of Jason Varnish sued after his jacket became entangled on a chairlift with a raised seat and died of positional asphyxiation in 2020.
OpenSnow forecasters give some clues about when and why the big snow falls at Colorado ski areas
Ski resort operator will pay $17.5 million to Ikon Pass skiers — and $2.9 million to lawyers — who sued the company over the pandemic-shortened season
Ski clubs that anchor the National Brotherhood of Skiers are a popular way to attract more diverse skiers and snowboarders to mountains
The company’s five resorts here are seeing mellow traffic despite well-above-average snowpacks