A-Basin, Loveland start snowmaking operations

Both Loveland and Arapahoe Basin ski areas turned on their snow guns over the weekend as a cold front passed through the state on Friday and lowered overnight temperatures.

The manmade snow supplements natural snow that fell in two separate storms over the past week, moving both resorts closer to opening day.

“The surrounding peaks have been white all week and it is great to see our snowmaking team push the snow line a litt...

Snow coats high peaks around Vail, Beaver Creek

Even though the chairlifts won’t crank up for another couple of months and it’s still prime time for mountain biking and hiking, recent snowfall on the high mountains around Vail and Beaver Creek is starting to build anticipation for the coming ski season.

Storms last week left a dusting of new snow above 13,000 feet, and forecasters are calling for much more significant snowfall this evening (Sunday) on slopes down to 10,...

USA Pro Challenge adds amateur events to increase fan participation

Cycling fans will have two new ways to become a part of the USA Pro Challenge this year, as the professional cycling stage race continues to grow with the introduction of the 9K Sprint Challenge run and the Pro Challenge Experience presented by UnitedHealthcare -- a mass-participation bike ride.

Scheduled in the days leading up to and during the pro race, the ride will take place Sunday, Aug. 11, in Fort Co...

A-Basin closing curtain on 2012-13 ski season

Arapahoe Basin, still sporting a 31-inch base, will officially end the inbound Colorado ski season this weekend.

A-Basin is typically one of the first ski areas in the state to open each fall (usually in October) and one of the last to close in the late spring, early summer.

Its originally scheduled closing day was Sunday, June 2, but resort officials extended the season by one more weekend, closing last week but opening back...

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Snow Report

  24hr snow mid dpth snow cond.
A-Basin n/a n/a
Aspen n/a n/a closed
BC n/a n/a closed
Breckenridge n/a n/a closed
Buttermilk n/a n/a closed
Copper n/a n/a closed
Crest. Butte n/a n/a closed
Eldora n/a n/a closed
Heavenly n/a n/a closed
Highlands n/a n/a
Howelsen n/a n/a closed
Keystone n/a n/a closed
Kirkwood n/a n/a closed
Loveland n/a n/a
Monarch n/a n/a closed
Northstar n/a n/a closed
Powderhorn n/a n/a closed
Purgatory n/a n/a closed
Silverton n/a n/a closed
Ski Cooper n/a n/a closed
Ski Granby n/a n/a closed
Snowmass n/a n/a closed
Steamboat n/a n/a closed
Sunlight n/a n/a closed
Telluride n/a n/a closed
Vail n/a n/a closed
WinterPark n/a n/a closed
Wolf Creek n/a n/a closed
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