The strange, improbable deal united vastly different partners — one that mines black coal and another that sells holidays on white snow. The partners come from opposite ends of America’s political divide, but they agree it’s good to put an otherwise wasted resource to use.
Working to turn the heat up, and down, in DC.
USFS makes a call on access to Powder Tours terrain
A trio of judges in the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals denied an appeal on Nov. 8 in a lawsuit seeking to block the construction of an egress trail connecting lower Burnt Mountain East to Two Creeks, which was approved by the U.S. Forest Service in 2003.
Changes to a popular parking spot for backcountry skiers and travelers.
Planning officials for the city of Aspen and Pitkin County have given administrative approval to a land-use application from Aspen Skiing Co. to build a new high-speed quad this summer on the Tiehack side of the Buttermilk Mountain ski area. The administrative approvals from both the city and the county means that the land-use application […]