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Telluride, Colorado - Part 3

One way to think about Telluride, Colorado, is as Aspen’s younger, less glamorous, not so naughty sister. Telluride watched with envy and alarm as Aspen was transformed from low-key to outlandish, tomboy to sex symbol, its small businesses succumbing one by one to chic urban counterparts, haute-couture and -cuisine replacing Wranglers and hamburgers, hot tubs instead of horse tanks. 54 more words

Photography

Lookin' Dope on the Slopes

The best part about winter is being able to hit the slopes. Am I right, or am I right?

I’ve been skiing since about 10th grade (Aka: sophomore year). 385 more words

Fashion And Beauty

Skiing in Zell am See

Yes, I know I have been lax with regards to my attention to this blog – but I have not forgotten (or given up, the curse of many a WordPress account). 117 more words

Winter

Castle Mountain Resort closing for season due to lack of snow

A ski resort south of Calgary is closing for the season after warm temperatures and little snowfall created poor mountain conditions.

As local skiers and snowboarders watch with envy as Canada’s east coast is routinely pounded with wintry blasts, Castle Mountain Resort posted on its website that Monday would be its last day of operations for the season. 138 more words

Local News

Thank a Resort

This is an interesting initiative from the Climate Reality Project.

It profiles eleven ski resorts in North America who are undertaking meaningful initiatives to reduce their environmental impact as a practical way of reducing their contribution to climate change. 104 more words

Low Snow Means Disappointing Presidents Day Weekend Ahead For Lower Elevation Ski Resorts

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Presidents Day weekend is a big opportunity for ski resorts, but warmer temperatures and lack of good snowfall have forced many resorts at lower elevations to shut down this year. 116 more words

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