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  • With Winter Travel to Colorado Resorts Very Unclear, Airlines Are Showing “Unprecedented” Flexibility September 30, 2020
    What is usually a set-in-stone schedule of flights is an Etch-a-Sketch this fall as Colorado resorts struggle to gauge demand for skiing and airlines work to accommodate coronavirus-wary travelers. By the end of a typical September, skiers are booking flights and planning winter vacations. And resorts that depend on those jet-setting skiers — like Aspen, […]
  • Reno-Tahoe Resorts Prepping for Unique Season Ahead in Age of COVID September 29, 2020
    Back on Aug. 24, Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe posted to Instagram a photo of sunbeams breaking through the clouds and splashing its terrain that overlooks Lake Tahoe. The caption read: “We’re getting ready for clearer skies and cooler temps. It won’t be long before the snow’s falling again!” On a normal year, the photo — […]
  • Covid-Related Innovation Reigns As Colorado Resorts Roll Out Plans September 28, 2020
    Colorado resort officials acknowledge that brainstorming for the 2020-2021 season has stretched their minds more than ever. With Epic and Ikon pass protocols in place, the more independent mountains are rolling out their plans. Start with Aspen Snowmass, which teased its plans for the four-mountain complex this summer. No reservation system except for through Ikon […]
  • Most Ikon Pass Skiers Won't Need Advance Reservations This Winter September 27, 2020
    Most skiers who buy the Ikon Pass for the 2020–21 season won't need advance reservations to hit the slopes, according to Alterra Mountain Company, which operates the pass.  It's a different story at the nearly three dozen mountains covered by the Epic Pass from Alterra competitor Vail Resorts. Vail announced in late August that in order to control crowds in […]
  • Retailers Are Seeing A Spike in Backcountry Gear Sales September 26, 2020
    As ski resorts announce plans to manage crowds, avalanche equipment sales are soaring, leaving search and rescue teams and land managers bracing for record crowds exploring snowy mountains. Doug Stenclik is stacking skis and lining up a new point-of-sale system at Cripple Creek Backcountry. He wasn’t planning on opening his Avon and Aspen Highlands ski […]