The science of keeping the flora in a sewage treatment system balanced was knocked out of kilter when coronavirus shut skiing down and water use dropped 50% in two of Colorado’s most popular ski communities.
You’re not supposed to travel more than 10 miles for outdoor recreation during Colorado’s safer-at-home phaseBy Jesse Paul Outdoors Primary category in which blog post is published
Vail, Beaver Creek patrollers are trading in their skis for ambulance keys in Eagle County’s coronavirus fightBy 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.
Coronavirus is running so rampant in Colorado’s mountains residents, visitors should “minimize all contact with other people”
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment on Sunday issued the alert about Eagle, Summit, Pitkin or Gunnison counties, where there have been about 50 confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Vail Resorts, Aspen, Steamboat, Winter Park and others shut down their ski areas in response to coronavirus
Vail Resorts and Alterra Mountain Co. announced the closure of more than 45 North American ski areas on Saturday. The two largest operators were followed by several other ski areas, including Aspen Snowmass, Telluride, Arapahoe Basin, Loveland and the 10th Mountain Hut Association.
There were 33 confirmed coronavirus cases in Colorado on Tuesday, at least 17 of which were rooted in the high country. In Aspen, nine people were diagnosed with the disease on Tuesday alone.
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
It was previously reported that Jason Varnish's death came after he fell through a gap in a chair
The snowbikers were prepared. But the “avalanche terrain trap” near Vail still stole two of their lives.
Motorized community revving avalanche education for new snowbikers, who bring dirt-biking skills to the winter mountains, but have little understanding of the risks of snow.