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This year's edition of the Summit for Life has been a combination virtual and in-person event. Festivities began on Thanksgiving, launching a 10-day period when participants could begin climbing the distance up the face of Aspen Mountain. The Summit for Life combines racers climbing 3,267...

As we gather together tomorrow to celebrate Thanksgiving, we're not just thinking about turkey and the trimmings. We're also very thankful that our two mountains that are opening tomorrow both received between 6" and 7" of new snow today. Here are a few shots of our courtyard...

After a snowy evening and flakes still coming down this morning, Aspen is starting to take on the look of a ski resort! These shots were taken from a fireplace studio balcony just as the storm was passing. The whole internet is full of comic...

This is a good news/bad news kind of announcement: the good news is that it has been snowing steadily on Independence Pass this week and there is heavy wind-blown snow covering the road at the summit. The bad news is that Independence Pass is now closed...

After an unusually warm and windy Monday, the hammer dropped on Aspen with rain/snow and plunging temperatures yesterday. Snow fell overnight and we're beginning to imagine strapping on skis and boards in anticipation of Aspen and Snowmass opening on November 22. If your gear has...

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