Climate Change Could Mean Big Changes to the Ski Industry

Learn how you can join the winter sports community in the fight against climate change.

Posted: April 4th, 2014 by ColoradoSkiResorts.info 

 

It’s no secret that climate change will have a huge impact on our future; 2013 was the sixth warmest year in recorded human history, our polar ice caps are melting, and million-year-old glaciers are quickly disappearing. Warmer temperatures mean less snow for skiing, and the multi-billion dollar ski and snowboard industry may be one of the hardest hit commercial enterprises by the effects of climate change, resulting in a domino effect of economic turmoil.

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Best Places for Spring Skiing in Colorado

There's still plenty of time to get out for a spring ski session. Bikini and board shorts optional.

Posted: March 17th, 2014 by ColoradoSkiResorts.info 

 

Spring is upon us, and somehow there are only a couple of months left in the season. There’s still time to get some last minute skiing and riding in, though, in what might be the best time of the year if you’re strapped for cash but still want to have a good time. So, what makes spring the best time to ski in Colorado?

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Impact of legal marijuana use at Colorado ski resorts

As amendment 64 goes into effect, many residents and visitors are wondering how recreational marijuana use might change their favorite Colorado ski resorts.

Posted: Tues, December 31st, 2013 by ColoradoSkiResorts.info - updated: 12/31/2013

 

On January 1, 2014, for the first time in U.S history, it will be completely legal for any Colorado resident, age 21 or older, to purchase, possess, and smoke recreational marijuana. The legalization of pot in Colorado has some visitors rethinking their decision to vacation in the area this winter. As a result, ski resorts are taking great care in ensuring that the changes in the law do not negatively affect their guests. 

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