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Vail Resorts buys Park City base from Powdr

Vail Resorts buys Park City base from Powdr

Vail Resorts today announced a $182.5 million deal to buy all of the lifts, base-area facilities, parking and water rights at Park City Mountain Resort, ending a long…

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Loveland Ski Area set to open on Saturday

Loveland Ski Area set to open on Saturday

Loveland Ski Area on Wednesday announced it will open for the 2014-15 ski season on…

Keystone, Copper postpone opening days due to warm weather

Keystone Resort indefinitely postponed its opening day on Friday, Oct. 31, due to the “unseasonably…

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Law of Unintended Consequences led to Rockies’ ruin, Manning Era in Denver

Law of Unintended Consequences led to Rockies’ ruin, Manning Era in Denver

I’m a big believer in the Law of Unintended Consequences (LOUC) generally raining down ruin, whether it’s in the world of sports or just the world. A subparagraph…

Vail’s Park City/Canyons deal ushers in Era of the Interconnect

Vail’s Park City/Canyons deal ushers in Era of the Interconnect

Today’s announcement of Vail Resorts’ $182.5 million deal to buy Powdr Corp’s Park City Mountain Resort and connect to its neighboring Canyons Resort gives a huge boost to…

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America’s first World Cup winner Cutter quit young for college, but Shiffrin to study and ski

America’s first World Cup winner Cutter quit young for college, but Shiffrin to study and ski

In February of 1968, when she was younger than Mikaela Shiffrin is now, Kiki Cutter became the first American ski racer…

Vail developer Frampton doubts Colorado’s ‘political will’ to fund I-70 rail fix

Vail developer Frampton doubts Colorado’s ‘political will’ to fund I-70 rail fix

Harry Frampton, the Vail-based developer whose company revamped Denver’s iconic Union Station, is a skeptic when it comes to the concept…

50 years later, first U.S. men’s alpine medals still reverberate in American skiing lore

50 years later, first U.S. men’s alpine medals still reverberate in American skiing lore

To say there was a little pressure on the American men heading into the final alpine event of the 1964 Winter…