Definitely Colorado's Best Travel and Visitors Guide
Free camping is easy to come by, as long as you know where to look. National forests hold most of the free camping in Colorado, followed up by BLM land (Borough of Land Management). [read more at coloradotravelblog.com]
A Basin has the longest ski season in Colorado. It's mid may and A Basin is still going strong with a 54" base. [read more at coloradotravelblog.com]
Keystone is the largest resort in Summit County with 3,148 skiable acres. On most weekends and select holidays Keystone offers night skiing. This is great because you can go up later on a Saturday and ski until 6pm or so, and avoid I -70 traffic. [Continue Reading] at ColoradoTravelBlog.com.
Steamboat is known for it's deep powder stashes and expansive tree skiing. This weekend Steamboat got around 15 inches, adding to an already deep base thanks to the previous weekend. It was fun skiing and snowboarding all around, with nothing but smiles.
ColoradoTravelBlog.com has more on Weekend Freshies at Steamboat!
Vail is the largest resort in the state, at 5,289 acres. Epic Local Pass holders get 10 days to use between Vail and Beaver Creek. Yesterday we skied Beaver Creek, and today Vail. The mountain was nearly fully open, with about 5,000 acres.
ColoradoTravelBlog.com has more on January Skiing in Vail.
The 2011 Colorado ski season is off to a great start! We hit up Winter Park this past weekend. They had about 200 acres open and a handful of intermediate trails. Check out ColoradoTravelBlog.com for more about Early Season Skiing at Winter Park.
Arapahoe Basin was the last resort to close in Colorado, staying open until the Fourth of July. They managed to groom a few runs from top to bottom, allowing a good amount of veritical for the middle of Summer.
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Skiing in June? You bet. There's warm weather, bathing suits, beer, and a giant, ice-cold pond for those daring enough make the dash across. This past weekend was a perfect opportunity to get some late season turns in. There wasn't a single cloud in the sky at A Basin yesterday. Next weekend, A Basin will end its epic season on July 4th. Continue reading about A Basin Summer Skiing.
Cherry Creek Reservoir is a large dam and lake, located near I-25 and I-225. It is a public park that is open year round. You can go fishing for several different types of fish at Cherry Creek Reservoir.
Evergreen is a beautiful mountain town located about 40 minutes from Denver. There is a large dammed lake in the middle of town right next to Evergreen Golf Course. The fishing this past weekend was good and we caught two trout. There is a hiking trail that goes around the entire dam in Evergreen. You can fish all around the lake or directly into the dam.