SKI & Skiing Magazine
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SKI & Skiing Magazine
Who knew a quarter-inch-long beetle could cause so much destruction? The nefarious mountain pine beetle, responsible for infesting roughly 3.4 million acres of lodgepole pines in the Colorado Rockies, has left behind diseased mountainsides nationwide that would collectively cover the state of Connecticut.
If you're a ski parent, passing your passion for the sport on to your children is as important as teaching them how to tie their shoes. Kids who start perfecting turns before they have full command of the English language often reach adulthood as strong skiers with a healthy love of the sport.
After Colin Sutton, a 39-year-old ski patrol veteran at Wolf Creek in Colorado, was killed in an avalanche last month, his family and friends wanted to make sure his passion for snow would live on. To that end, they have been working to establish a scholarship fund that will help provide mountain-safety education.
While most people are fast asleep, Doris Spencer and Kent Willoughby wake at 4:30 a.m., eat a light breakfast, and leave their Silverthorne, Colorado home by 5:15. By 6 a.m., the pair is gearing up for their daily ski tour at such favorite ski areas as Keystone, Copper, and Arapahoe Basin.
Christmas and the surrounding holiday season can truly be a magical time filled with snow, family, scrumptious food, sweaters your mom still makes for you every year (even though you're 35 and it's a bit weird now), roaring fireplaces and general warm, cozy goodness.
Two-year-old Arabesque Yoga, a non-profit operating under the Boulder Yoga Project, launched its #GivingTuesday campaign this week to raise awareness and funds for a cause many of us here in Boulder can get on board with: bringing yoga to children in need.
Co-founders Colton Chorpenning, Alex Goodwin, Adam Cardenas and Mark Fleming created FestPix in early 2014 as a means of providing free (yep, you read it right, free) photos to event goers of all kinds.
Boulder is bursting with startups; from restaurants to big data and tech companies, we all know someone who is involved in a fledgling business. When it comes to startups though the question asked so often is, why Boulder?
Frustrated by the lack of success at traditional networking events, Toma Bedolla, Colin Adair and Tim Williams founded House of Genius in November 2010. Simply put, the organization is an innovative think tank for entrepreneurial road blocks facing businesses today.