Backcountry skiers and snowmobilers may be asked to pay more to use Vail Pass for the first time in almost 15 years. The U.S. Forest Service, which manages the area, said in a release last week that it has run a deficit the past two winters, and is seeking public input on a proposed increase from […]
It’s almost Valentine’s Day!! The most pointless holiday of the year! If your significant other doesn’t show you how much the love you until that national holiday pops up on their calendar, well I think it’s time to drop their ass. I’m not a big Valentine’s Day person…obviously. But I’m also not a holiday person […]
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The avalanche dogs, working with A-Basin Ski Patrol, demonstrate snow rescues. It’s part of the Beacon Bowl, an all-day affair featuring a search competition, avalanche dogs and beacon demonstrations. See the photos on The Know Outdoors.
The annual Burton U.S. Open snowboarding competition announced its musical lineup Monday for its free four-night concert series in Vail at the end of February. This year’s bands include eclectic and experimental band tUnE-yArDs, Michigan’s Greensky Bluegrass, the Texas trio Khruangbin and Brooklyn-based Turkuaz. The concert series starts Wednesday, Feb. 27, and run through Saturday, […]