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Park Service Says Colorado Man Dies In Alaska Skiing Mishap
COPPER CENTER, Alaska (AP) — A Colorado skier had died after falling through a cornice in Alaska's Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. The National Park Service says in a release that Peter Inglis of Telluride, Colorado, fell into the cornice near the …
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Hotel Insider: The Only Family-Friendly Hotel and Ski Resort You Need to Visit
Background: Formed in the 1870s as a ranching town and still a hub of the ranching community in northern Colorado, Steamboat Springs is one of the few ski towns in the US that is not dependent on tourism to survive. That said, its beautiful location …
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Winter Park Ski Train "part of our legacy, part of our history"
The train had run every ski season between the city and Winter Park from 1940 to 2009. Bennet called the train "part of our legacy, part of our history. It's part of who we are." Gardner said it was "an exciting day for Colorado." "This has the …
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