SkiCo has recognized that the FIS, ski racing’s ruling body, wants Aspen to bring the venue up to par with its classic race hill.
Maple dislocates elbow in dryland training, misses Beaver Creek downhill
By all accounts, there are more American racers than ever before going it alone financially on the World Cup and NorAm levels, as independents seem to have become more the norm than the exception this season.
Coming into this weekend’s Nature Valley Aspen 2014 Winternational as the overall World Cup leader after two races, Mikaela Shiffrin now finds herself the favorite in a field deep with past Aspen winners.
Rose Abello, a former spokesperson for Aspen Skiing Co., takes new job as head of Snowmass Tourism, a publicly funded department within the town of Snowmass Village.
Can a person quit the patrol, move away, go to business school and still be a proper ski bum?
Colorado now has its own Haute Route, showcasing a uniquely American setting of wilderness and rustic huts. …
SkiCo hears from customers, loud and clear, that they want better voice and data connectivity on the hill
Powdr’s culture of environmental stewardship has helped the company reduce its carbon footprint by nearly 60 percent in roughly seven years.
Vail Resorts is doing aggressive work on the ground to reduce its energy consumption but is generally soft-spoken about global warming and the company’s role, if any, in fighting it.