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Snowstang starts bus service to A-Basin, Loveland and Steamboat next weekend

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With weekend bus service from Denver to three Colorado ski areas beginning next weekend, CDOT unveiled its new branded Snowstang buses Wednesday in a media event at Denver Union Station.

Beginning Dec. 14, Snowstang will provide round-trip service on Saturdays and Sundays to Arapahoe Basin and Loveland. Another Snowstang bus will travel to Steamboat on Saturdays, returning to Denver the next day. Each Snowstang bus bears the logo of both CDOT and the ski area it will be serving.

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We Assigned High School Stereotypes to Six Colorado Ski Resorts

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Centennial State ski areas have been getting cliquey lately, pairing off under different ownership groups and lift passes in a way that feels like, well, high school. In that spirit, we assigned Breakfast Club–esque stereotypes to six Colorado ski resorts—because if we remember anything from our teenage years, it’s that pigeonholing people (and places) using only their most superficial attributes is always a good idea.

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Breckenridge Ski Resort has the most terrain open in the U.S.

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Where’s the best skiing in the country right now? Here in Colorado.

According to the web site “On the Snow,” which collects and posts daily snow reports across the country, Breckenridge has the most open terrain in the nation at 312 acres. Eight more Colorado resorts rank in the top 12 nationally as resorts gear up for the Thanksgiving weekend.

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