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Hiking in Summit County: Eccles Pass

Eccles Pass is a great choice for someone looking for that “ah-ha” moment.

Vail Colorado National Forest road trip: Summer – Fall hiking trails wildflowers

A stop along Interstate Highway 70 between Frisco and Vail Colorado unveils the Gore Range and Wheeler trailheads leading into the White River National Forest.

Vail Resorts takes over operations at Canyons Resort in Utah

Vail has entered into a 50-year lease with Talisker Corporation to operate Canyons Resort in Park City, Utah.

Woodward at Copper offers late summer and fall sessions

If you’ve been wondering how to stay in “ski shape” during the off-season, Woodward at Copper has announced its late summer and early fall hours of operation in The Barn.

Have you purchased your Colorado search-and-rescue card?

Make sure you’re covered if trained and well-equipped search-and-rescue teams need to respond should you become lost or are in need of rescue.

Vail Valley affordable dining

Vail needs no introduction. As ski resorts go, it more than holds its own on the world stage and as a holiday destination. Here are some affordable dining options for your next trip.

Vail will open new high-speed six-pack lift next ski season

Vail introduces new high-speed, six passenger lift.

Hiking 101: What do I need to climb a 14er?

Thousands of people come from around the country each year to climb Colorado’s 14ers. Here’s what you need to know.

More than slopes in Breckenridge, CO

Breckenridge culture revolves around mountain snow sports, but if tackling the slopes is not for you, there are some equally thrilling alternatives.

Think snow again: A-Basin announces pass prices for next ski season

When the 2012-2013 ski season officially ended at Arapahoe Basin, the ski area turned right around and announced its pass pricing for the 2013-2014 season, which is now months away. Here are the deals.

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