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Glorious (early) opening day at Vail, with Beaver Creek and some more snow on tap for Saturday

Glorious (early) opening day at Vail, with Beaver Creek and some more snow on tap for Saturday

Opening day at Vail on Wednesday saw spring-like temperatures, loads of soft snow (by early-season standards) and a relative lack of crowds – especially given that cars filled both parking…

USOC officials meet with Denver Olympic group as Reno-Tahoe pulls out

USOC officials meet with Denver Olympic group as Reno-Tahoe pulls out

U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) officials were in Denver on Tuesday meeting with Denver Olympic exploratory committee members about the possibility of Colorado hosting the Winter Games in 2030 or beyond.…

Vail, Beaver Creek both opening early for 2018-19 ski season

Vail, Beaver Creek both opening early for 2018-19 ski season

Vail Mountain and Beaver Creek will open early for the 2018-19 ski season after yet another fall snowstorm rolled through the Vail Valley over the weekend. Both ski areas will…

Midterm election positions Colorado as bastion of anti-Trump resistance

Midterm election positions Colorado as bastion of anti-Trump resistance

Colorado’s blue wave on Tuesday not only put Democrats in power at levels not seen since the 1930s, but it also positioned the state at the forefront of the political…

Epic Pass options expanding as more Colorado ski areas open early

Epic Pass options expanding as more Colorado ski areas open early

Some Colorado ski areas have been hit by more than four feet of snow so far this season. Too bad most of them still aren’t open. But that’s about to…

Flow of snow, dark-money campaign cash both set to end on Tuesday, Nov. 6

Flow of snow, dark-money campaign cash both set to end on Tuesday, Nov. 6

Good news this Monday, Nov. 5, as powder is likely falling on your local ski area of choice, and the endless onslaught of election ads – mostly paid for by…

Hannah, Young: A match made in protest heaven

Hannah, Young: A match made in protest heaven

I met and interviewed actress and activist Daryl Hannah a bit by accident in Montrose, Colo., in 2009 when she was attending a county commissioner hearing for proposed uranium mill…

Canada responds to story on Vail Valley impacts of trade wars as SIA jumps into fray

Canada responds to story on Vail Valley impacts of trade wars as SIA jumps into fray

Here are couple of follow-ups to a RealVail.com article on the local impacts of President Donald Trump’s ongoing trade wars that was first published in the Vail Daily on Aug.…

Vail gears up for hot, dry 4th of July week

Vail gears up for hot, dry 4th of July week

Vail is gearing up for a week of Fourth of July festivities in the midst of a record heat wave and stringent Stage 2 fire restrictions across the surrounding White…

Travel ban another sign of U.S. hostility toward global tourists, workers

Travel ban another sign of U.S. hostility toward global tourists, workers

Vail and its growing empire of ski and summer resorts was built by welcoming the world. Both well-heeled tourists and workers seeking a better life and a sense of adventure…

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