Ski for free on Sundays at a historic Colorado ski resort

Nothing beats the freedom of snowboarding and skiing and ski at no cost. For the year Howelsen Hill in Steamboat Springs will provide free skiing on Sundays this year. (Sunday skiing is free on Howelsen’s nine cross country paths.)  Prior to last season, completely absolutely free skiing has been provided one Sunday a month. Howelsen Hill
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Adam Lerner, visionary director of MCA Denver, stepping down in 2019

Adam Lerner, the acclaimed director of this Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, will step down in June following a decade-long tenure where he built an global reputation for a risk-taking, influential and fiscally savvy leader at a fast paced creative hub. “My present contract expires in June and the museum is at a very healthy
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These Colorado businesses are offering Black Friday deals, and there’s not a TV or video game console in the bunch

Around Colorado, millions of companies will be offering deals and special promotions beginning this Friday within their Black Friday-Cyber Monday weekend that serves as the unofficial kickoff of the holiday buying season. Maybe not all of them hail from the standard corners of this retail sector. Hotels, spas, recreational marijuana stores, are getting in on
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Looking for a winter hike? Try these two trails in Estes Park

By Tyler Pialet, Trail-Gazette When snow falls in Estes Park and neighboring Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP), there’s no reason to pack away the hiking shoes for the season. Along the East side of the park which receives lighter snowfall than the West, almost all of the low-elevation trails are open for hiking in the
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Looks like Dead & Company is planning a return to Boulder’s Folsom Field for fourth straight summer

It appears the Dead will grow in Folsom Field second summer, since the University of Colorado let the cat out of the bag Dead & Company’s intends to play Boulder for its fourth consecutive year. The band — featuring John Mayer and also three of the four surviving members of the Grateful Dead — has
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Six tips that will help you plan your next cross country skiing trip

From Walter Nicklin, Special to The Washington Post Cross country skier Derek Dresler, of Silverthorne, makes the most of the new snow and cold weather in late October while skiing Loveland Pass with his dog Georgia. (Eric Lutzens, The Denver Post)Against the royal background of the Mont Blanc massif, I took a brief break in
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Blue-collar buddha John Prine returns to Colorado with “The Tree of Forgiveness”

John Prine has scrawled almost an album’s worth of tunes into the American Songbook. His self-titled 1971 album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame at 2015, set involving a John Coltrane album and Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode. ” Bob Dylan lists him one of his favorite songwriters of all time. Yet, 48
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Free Night at the Museums and more top picks for Denver Arts Week 2018, Nov. 2-10

Denver Arts Week is 1 part advertising for the region’s ethnic offerings and also one area inspiration for civic-minded citizens to get out and make the most of all the great things going on here. The simple fact that it includes a couple of excellent bargains on local attractions which makes it hard to resist.
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Breckenridge, Keystone ski areas opening earlier than planned, with first chairs Wednesday

Breckenridge and Keystone ski areas pushed their 2018 openings to Wednesday, marking the first time in 10 years the two have opened according to the release. Both regions were initially scheduled to start Friday, but a mixture of consistent snowmaking and a great deal of pure snow helped move the date. Five feet of snow fell
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5 ski scenes from this year’s Warren Miller film that will blow you away

You don’T Even want to be stuck in line for popcorn and miss these scenes in Your 69th Warren Miller ski and snowboard Movie, “Face of Winter,” now touring Colorado: Iceland (segment No. 5): Summer heli-skiing close to the Arctic Circle, located out of a household farm dating back 1,200 years and featuring 4,000-foot descents looming across the
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