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Spring Events, Deals Liven Resorts Across Colorado Ski Country

DENVER, Colo. – February 20, 2013 – Colorado Ski Country USA resorts have announced their spring event lineups. This year’s antics feature unique competitions and activities, both on and off the slopes, designed for all ages and abilities. These home-style, home-grown Colorado antics range from the philanthropic to the family-friendly to all-out high intensity competitions. Heavy doses of snowfall have recently coated the state’s mountains, and Colorado’s traditional snowiest months are still ahead. As a result, guests at Colorado ski resorts will have plenty of opportunities to embrace the best of what Colorado Ski Country has to offer: powder days filled with sunshine, music, and a healthy dose of enticing events. Food and festivals, races and rail jams, and even fireworks shows will leave visitors spoilt for choice. Select deals at several resorts are also available this spring, making it an easy choice for skiers and riders to visit Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. Below is a roundup of events and deals in Colorado Ski Country through March 31.

Flocks of Skiers and Snowboarders Migrate to Colorado Slopes

Denver, Colo. – February 5, 2013 – As snow stacked up at Colorado ski resorts recently, skiers and snowboarders renewed their devotion to the state’s signature sports. Absolving doubts that variable conditions were keeping skiers involved in other pursuits, Colorado Ski Country USA resorts were greeted with booming weekend traffic. The onslaught of new snow along with the opening of more terrain and a broad menu of creative deals from resorts made it hard for skiers and riders to stay indoors last week.

Colorado Resorts Benefit From Mid Season Powder Play

Denver, Colo. – January 29, 2013 – Old Man Winter made a significant powder play this week giving the Colorado ski season a major boost. Several days of consistent snowfall in Colorado’s high country was capped off this morning with accumulations totaling as much as 6 feet in some areas. Every resort received new snow and double digit snow totals were reported at many resorts throughout Colorado Ski Country from Aspen to Wolf Creek.

National Safety Awareness Week Recognized Throughout Ski Country

DENVER, Colo. – January 14, 2013 – Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) and its 21 member resorts are hosting safety themed events in an effort to raise awareness of ski safety among skiers and snowboarders. In conjunction with the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA), CSCUSA resorts will recognize National Safety Awareness Week that begins on Saturday, January 19, and runs through January 27.

Resorts Invite Guests to Learn Colorado’s Signature Sports

DENVER, Colo. – January 2, 2013 – Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) resorts are treating beginner guests to a number of ski school deals and packages this season that are especially attractive during the month of January, which is Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month. The snow from recent storms that spread across the state has left ideal conditions for beginners to learn, and presents the opportunity for seasoned sliders to expand their winter sport repertoire. With the industry’s top instructors, legendary ski schools, and packages teeming with value, guests are sure to find the resort, program, and experience that caters to their needs. Below are lesson packages available at resorts throughout Colorado Ski Country, and ski school specials pertinent to Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month.

Furious Winter Conditions Prepare Resorts For Holiday Week

Denver, Colo. – December 20, 2012 – Storm patterns that left Colorado resorts with copious amounts of precipitation over the previous weeks continued to swell during the past 48 hours, dropping fresh inches of fluffy powder at locations across the state. Further storm conditions are expected in the coming weeks, perfectly timed with the Christmas and New Year holidays on the horizon. The consistent weather patterns are enabling resorts throughout Colorado to open more terrain.

Winter Storms Envelop Colorado Ski Country

Denver, Colo. – December 17, 2012 – Impressive weekend snowfall accumulated throughout the state, giving Colorado Ski Country resorts plenty of fresh powder with which to greet eager skiers and snowboarders. After the previous weeks’ storm, and with yet another one anticipated later during this week, winter is now laying out desirable conditions in full force.

Snow Accumulation Coats Colorado Resorts

Denver, Colo. – December 10, 2012 – The recent storm that blanketed the state left Colorado Ski Country resorts with copious amounts of snow, and presented guests with much anticipated powder days. Skiers and snowboarders across the state were delighted with the effects of the storm, and took full advantage of Mother Nature’s generosity. Aspen and Winter Park each benefitted from more than a foot of snow, while a number of other resorts, such as Eldora, saw double digit totals deposited. The widespread precipitation allowed for more terrain to be opened throughout the state.

Mountains of Merriment Found in Colorado Ski Country USA This Holiday Season

DENVER, Colo. – November 28, 2012 – Colorado ski resorts are making it easy for guests to enjoy memorable holidays this season. From snowy slopes and skiing Santas to sparkling firework shows and snowcat parades, winter guests are sure to find themselves in modern-day Currier and Ives holiday celebrations on and off the slopes. Festive events last through New Year’s as resorts welcome joyful holiday skiers and riders.

Weekend Snowfall Layers Colorado Resorts

Denver, Colo. – November 12, 2012 – Heavy snowfall arrived across the state over the weekend, serving as a timely reminder for skiers and snowboarders that Colorado Ski Country USA resorts will soon all be open. The recent storm swept through the state blanketing many resorts with natural snow, including a Western Slope piling of 18 inches at both Powderhorn and Sunlight. The storm aided the already open resorts of Copper Mountain, Arapahoe Basin and Loveland by adding fresh natural powder to their man-made efforts, and left a full foot of snow at Winter Park Resort, which will open this coming Wednesday. It also created optimal conditions for snow making at resorts. snowboarders that Colorado Ski Country USA resorts will soon all be open.
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