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Colorado Front Range Ski Areas, Forest Service Issue Plea for Uphill Skiers to Stay Home

Loveland-Pass

Five Front Range ski areas and the U.S. Forest Service have collaborated to produce a video message imploring uphill skiers to stay away from their resorts.

All five resorts — Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin and Loveland — have officially prohibited uphilling. The video, which they shared on Facebook, includes messages from officials in upper management from each resort and Bill Jackson, a U.S. Forest Service district ranger.

“We are not doing avalanche mitigation, and our resorts are like the backcountry right now,” said Jody Churich, vice president and general manager at Keystone.

Read the full story at DenverPost.com

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