Aspen Square Daily News



AFter being closed for four days, the Colorado Highway Dept got the rock slide cleared and I-70 reopened with one lane available in each direction. Last week saw a shower of huge rocks and boulders came down on the elevated portions of I-70 through Glenwood Canyon. Severe damage to the highway was severe, and the highway was closed in both directions for several days while clean-up efforts and repairs continued. Traffic was rerouted up through Steamboat Springs and Craig, adding about 3 hours to the Denver to Aspen drive. The Eagle Airport was also on the other side of the road closure.

Up to 7 inches of fresh snow means more terrific skiing and boarding

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Monday and Monday night brought up to 7 inches of new snowfall to the mountains of Aspen, and more came Tuesday night. Now sunny skies greeted skiers for Wednesday. We expect more new snow and more terrific skiing and snowboarding later in the week. March is always a month of great snowfall, and we will get more. Bring it on!

Spring skiing is just ahead, and we will be ready with excellent slope conditions, and special rates on our lodging and lift packages. Come join your friends at Aspen Square and have fun!

Olympic Excitement in Vancouver

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Olympic Race Day for Aspen Square's Chris Klug at Cypress Mountain just outside of Vancouver was an exciting one. The day was cold and wet, with rain that fell off and on all day long. It was tough on spectators, but there were still smiles all around. The fog up on the race course made it difficult for both spectators and racers. Still, it was a great day for Olympic racing.

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