Mountain Edition - February 27th, 2014
For Aspen athletes who competed in the Winter Olympics, their season isn’t over yet. Cross country ski sprinter Simi Hamilton says he has several races left.
Weeds are growing more abundantly on the White River National Forest as the agency grapples with budget cuts and fewer staff.
A Colorado Forest Service report shows the state’s forests continue to be hammered by insects and disease, especially at high altitudes.
Most skiers probably don’t realize Aspen Mountain is full of holes...from a history of mining. We’ll take you on a wintry history tour.
Finally, a group of “legally blind” skiers takes to the slopes at Snowmass. For these teenagers, the activity is empowering.