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Improvements Under Way on the Four Mountains For Winter

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More than 65 years after dedicating the first chairlift on Aspen Mountain, the Aspen/Snowmass experience continues to get better and better. With four mountains and thousands of acres of terrain, no other ski resort in the world offers so much. And it just keeps getting better and better as changes, updates and improvements are happening […]

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4 Mountains Set for a Rolling Opening

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Some of the most challenging big-mountain skiing and snowboarding terrain in North America can be found right here in our back yard.  Aspen Mtn and Snowmass Mtn open November 25th, then Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk are scheduled to open for the 2010-2011 ski season on December 11th.  Lifts open at 9 AM sharp. Buttermilk is […]

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Winter Weather and Lodging Deals Piling Up!

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It looks like our prayers have been answered, again. The 4th Annual KSNO Pray for Snow party took place at the base of Snowmass Mountain on Friday night.  Locals gathered from across the valley to celebrate the kick off of the 2010-2011 ski season – praying that the snow gods would once again unleash the […]

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First Snowfall of the Season: Aspen, CO

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Winter came early this year in Aspen, Colorado.  With over 13 inches in 1 day, this early snowfall has set the pace for a solid winter season. The first storm of the season brought in high winds and heavy snow fall early Monday morning, which resulted in the closure of both Highway 82 over Independence […]

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Ski Season Extended Two More Weekends

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Your ski season just got longer at Aspen, Colorado! The Aspen Skiing Co. has extend ski season on Aspen Mountain April 17-18 and April 24-25 for two more weekend of skiing and riding the legendary mountain. The latest snow reports show a 54-inch base at the top of Aspen Mountain. Local ski passes will be valid […]

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