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It’s Snowing in Colorado! How Much and What it Means for 2012-2013 Skiing

It's Snowing in Colorado!  How Much and What it Means for 2012-2013 Skiing

That’s right folks, that’s not rain anymore hitting your windows, its massive wet snowflakes, especially up in the northern side of Colorado Springs it’s coming down pretty good. 2-6 inches forecasted depending on how everything sets up, Monument might get around the 6 inch mark. You’re not

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Your Way to Better Skiing Over The Summer With SKIA Sweetspot Trainer

Your Way to Better Skiing Over The Summer With SKIA Sweetspot Trainer

  A lot of instructors work to keep their ski students from “heel pushing” or “toe pushing” when they’re skiing.  The ideal spot on the boot is to balance your weight in the center of the foot to ensure good balance and to waste less energy skiing.

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Colorado Ski Conditions Jan 14 2012

Colorado Ski Conditions for Jan 14th 2012.  Copper Mountain opened the Alpine lift with Far East, Too Much, Triple Treat, and Formidable opened today.  Other terrain opening of note: Keystone is about up to 50% with NorthPeak having trails open, Breckenridge is at 53% with mainly the

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Keystone Opens More Terrain

Keystone now features 7 open runs.  The new runs appear to be all greens, with Schoolmarm bringing top to bottom skiing for beginners down to the Argentine and Peru Express lifts.  Peru Express heads up about halfway to the A-51 terrain park and the top of lower

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Keystone Resorts New Terrain Park

I seriously have problems with this new park.  It’s a great park, but they took out the scout trail to build it.  The Dercum Mountain training area is great, but the scout trail was a long wide place where learners could practice their turns.  I also suspect

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