Colorado Ski Authority Press Page
Lots of websites have a “Press” page. We wanted one, too. It’s okay, I guess.
If you are a journalist or media contact needing information, quotes, or content, please email matt(at)coloradoskiauthority.com.
Colorado Ski Authority Announces Scholarship Winner–Saige Mateo, a student at Colorado Mountain College — Glenwood Springs, took home the First Annual $1000 Colorado Ski Authority Scholarship. Jan 21, 2014
Avalanche in East Vail Chutes Claims Another Life–Tony Seibert, 24, grandson of one of Vail’s original founders Pete Seibert, died yesterday in an avalanche while skiing the East Vail Chutes. Three others, as yet identified, were also injured and have been released from the hospital. Jan 8, 2014
Mt. Crested Butte Performing Arts Center Reaches Crucial Fundraising Step–The Mount Crested Butte Performing Arts Center (MCBPAC) has completed a crucial step in its financing goals, completing a $3 million challenge grant fundraising effort by the end of 2013. Jan 6,2014
Open Letter to Vail Begins the Marijuana Discussion–Christine Arakelian of New York issued an open letter to Vail Resorts this week explaining why she “will not be returning to [Vail] anytime in the near future.” Jan 1, 2014
Steamboat Kicks Off Night Skiing on Weekends–Steamboat Resort announced in August that night skiing would be the new evening pastime in Routt County, but now it is finally here. The Christie Peak Express Chairlift cranked up just before 530 on Dec 20 and shortly after the new era began at Steamboat. Dec 28, 2013
Copper Mountain Snow Day Passes Now Available–Copper Mountain has game theory on their side as they announce the re-up of their annual “Snow Day” Pass that works for passholders only when Copper receives at least 4″ of snow. Dec 26, 2013
Breckenridge to Open Peak 6 on Christmas Day–Just like Rocky taking on Drago, Breckenridge will open Peak 6 on Christmas Day, and stun the ski world with 543 new skiable acres to punch out. Dec 22, 2013