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But 3rd District Judge Ryan Harris stayed enforcement of the order until a trial date in late August and demanded that Powdr and competitor Vail Resorts, which is poised to take over Park City Mountain Resort as the new tenant for landowner Talisker
The Day 5 route has three mountain passes, with views and fun descents. We were met with head winds riding out of Avon early Thursday...The ride up to Battle Mountain was a nice, quick pace, and the descent to Aid Station 1 was through the brisk
Colorado ski resorts saw record visitation in 2013-14, thanks to an early start, a late finish, a drought in California and, of course, steady snowfall all season. The state's 25 ski areas logged 12.6 million visits, a 10 percent jump over last year
Beginning this weekend, many mountain destinations clustered along Interstate 70 from Winter Park to Beaver Creek are opening their doors as popular road-trip stops for families and caravans hungry for active vacations. "Heading up to the high
Thanks to a 5.6 percent surge in visitation for the final three months of the 2013-14 ski season at its Colorado resorts Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone as well as increased guest spending on passes, lodging, dining, lessons and ski
Steamboat Springs Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. has received the ski industry's top award for environmental stewardship. Ski Corp. was given the 2014 Golden Eagle Award for Environmental Excellence during the National Ski Areas Associations'
MDT One of the worst winters ever on the West Coast dragged total visits to the nation's ski resorts down to the third-lowest mark in a decade. The National Ski Areas Association's tally of U.S. skier visits for the 2013-14 season reached 56.2
Wednesday, April 30, 2014 Resort skier count drops 10 percent Figure down nearly 40,000 from average Reflecting a winter of mild weather and relatively scarce snow, skier counts at Sun Valley Resort during the past season were down about 10
Lift revenue at the company's eight destination resorts four in Colorado, three in California and Canyons in Utah climbed 7.6 percent over the previous season. Visitor spending climbed 7.5 percent for ski lessons, 3.1 percent on food and drink and 5.
In his second public letter to Cumming, Katz urged his fellow resort operator to not be a sore loser should a legal battle deliver Park City's ski terrain to Vail. In the first letter, published a week before Katz offered to buy Park City Mountain