Monthly Archives: December 2012

Vail and Steamboat turn 50; and Telluride now 40

Mountain towns of Colorado have had robust growth during the last 50 years based primarily on the attraction of skiing. But as Vail and Steamboat celebrate the half-century, the evidence is clear that they’ll likely need to reinvent themselves again, just as Aspen and Telluride did when they left mining behind. Continue reading

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Compromise at Windy Gap prelude to Moffat Tunnel?

Battle moves to Winter Park area as Front Range cities enlarge straws by Allen Best (From the Dec. 12 issue of Mountain Town News. For a sample copy, please write to the author. For contact information, see About: MTN). An … Continue reading

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