Boulder’s brilliance as a world-class recreation mecca is etched in stone as dramatically as the magnificent Flatirons rise from the rolling Colorado plains.
Colorado Recreation & Environment
The San Luis Valley has had more than its share of unexplained occurrences. Combine this documentation with countless little-known myths and legends, and this remote region’s documented history, and you have served before you a feast of blatantly subtle examples of the mysterious, the outrageous and the sublime.
Notes from Christopher O’Brien about strange occurrences in Colorado’s San Luis Valley
The proposed expansion would involve construction of four lifts and 885 acres of ski runs, 12.2 miles of service roads and a new restaurant. The Colorado Environmental Coalition believes this development would destroy or fragment most of the wildlife habitat in the area.
One of Colorado’s finest backcountry tours, the Trail of the Tenth, was actually the WWII training ground for a famous group of ski pioneers.