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Category Archives: Tourism

Thanks to the Winter Park Express, Denver just became a ski-in, ski-out town

With the platform about 30 yards from the Gemini lift, downtown Denver is now ski-in, ski-out. (Of course, there’s a two-hour train ride in between those steps, but why sweat the details?)

Tickets to ride the Winter Park Express ski train between Denver and Winter Park start at $39

Weekend passenger train service between Denver’s Union Station and a new rail platform steps from the slopes of Winter Park starts Jan. 7.

Lovelorn bull moose trio closes trail near Maroon Lake

The Scenic Loop Trail adjacent to Maroon Lake has been closed for two days this week because a trio of lovelorn bull moose lounging in the area pose a danger to hikers.

6th annual Wright Awards finalists reflect diversity, innovation in Colorado’s outdoor / lifestyle industries

The dozen finalists for the sixth annual Wright Awards include Bonsai Design, Big Agnes, South Main Co., Vintage Overland, Waste Farmers, Hala Gear, Johnson & Held, Backcountry Access, Rapidgrass festival, Corbeaux Clothing, Ouray Ice Park and Borealis Fat Bikes.

Denver to Winter Park ski train returning for 2016-17

Amtrak and Winter Park have negotiated with Union Pacific to offer weekend train service between Denver and the Grand County ski area for the 2016-17 winter.

State auditor sues GOCO to force audit of grant program

The Colorado Office of State Auditor is suing Great Outdoors Colorado to force a performance audit of the grant program, which GOCO says jeopardizes its constitutionally provided independence from state meddling.

You can use your smartphone as your room key at some Denver-area hotels

The Curtis joins a growing number of hotel properties in Colorado to embrace the latest in room key technology.

Buyer beware: Colorado provides limited regulation for outdoor adventures

Outdoor adventures — such as hot air balloon rides, whitewater rafting, back-country skiing, rock climbing and mountaineering — can end in disaster. But the rules governing those who provide those experiences in Colorado can be weak or non-existent.

Record 1.3 million vehicles passed through Eisenhower Tunnel in July

The Colorado Department of Transportation confirmed a record number of commuters — more than 1.3 million — traveled through Eisenhower Johnson Memorial Tunnel along Interstate 70 during July, a 7 percent increase (almost 87,000 more cars) over the same month total for 2015.

Ski-pass fraud, underage pot buyers help double Summit County arrest rates

Arrests have soared in Breckenridge, Dillon and Silverthorne, where all three police departments have already made more arrests this year than they did in all of 2015.

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