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The heady aroma of pot tourism

Lawmakers in Washington state and Colorado have until December of this year to lay down the rules for the legalization of sale of pot.

Love is… Dunton Hot Springs – on cloud nine with Little...

To celebrate a romantic wedding in a ghost town eventually sounds like a fairy tale, but is possible at Dunton Hot Springs.

Hotel history: the Hotel Jerome in the popular tourist and...

The Hotel Jerome was built in 1889 by Jerome B. Wheeler, co-owner of Macy's Department Store. He visited Aspen in 1883 and, impressed by its beauty, began investing in the community.

Colorado Has Least Expensive Airfares in Past 12 Months

ARC announced Wednesday, May 23, that based on an examination of average airline ticket fares for 12 months ending April 30, 2012, it was the least expensive to depart for a round-trip domestic flight

Snow sculpture competition creates outdoor art gallery in Breckenridge

BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. - Fifteen teams with artists from 11 countries will compete in the 22nd annual International Snow Sculpture Championships Jan. 24-28, 2012 in Breckenridge, Colo.

Icelandair to launch service from Denver International Airport

DENVER, Col. — Today Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock and Denver International Airport (DIA) announced that Icelandair will begin year-round, nonstop service from Denver to Reykjavik in May 2012.

Top 10 Denver Beer Fest events

DENVER, Col. - Denver Beer Fest, Sept. 23-Oct. 1, is a nine-day celebration of all things beer, packed with rare beer tastings, meet the brewer nights, and brewery tours.

Ritz-Carlton Destination Club opens 10th Club in Vail, Colorado

VAIL, Colo. — The Ritz-Carlton Destination Club introduces its 10th Club location in one of the country’s most sought-after ski destinations, Vail, Colo.

Colorado offers free trip to “snow virgins”

People who have never seen snow or built a snowman are getting a chance to do it in Colorado, in a big way.

Frontier Airlines travel advisory in advance of major winter storm in...

According to the National Weather Service, a potent storm system is organizing over the Great Basin late Wednesday afternoon and will track across the four corners region overnight and then east acros

Copper releases 2008 environmental report

COPPER MOUNTAIN, CO - Copper Mountain announced the release of the resort’s 2008 Environmental Report, which highlights Copper’s existing and upcoming environmental initiatives, including the inst

Resorts increase airline subsidies to lure skiers to Colorado

DENVER — Higher airfares and trimmed flight schedules could end up raising the subsidies Colorado ski resorts pay airlines to bring out-of-state skiers to town this winter.

Avalanche threat strands thousands in Colorado on New Year’s Eve

DENVER (eTN) – Wind-whipped snow and avalanche danger kept the main highway through the Colorado mountains closed on Monday, stranding thousands of travelers as they headed to New Year's Eve celebrations.