Despite flooding, you can still go on that ski trip to Colorado this winter
By Aimee Heckel
Don’t let the massive floods in Colorado scare you. Your ski trip to the Rocky Mountain region can continue as planned this winter.
Some experts believe that the floods may dampen Colorado’s tourism industry — largely because the popular Rocky Mountain National Park is still closed for recreational use.
But most of the ski areas reside in the western, untouched region of the state.
Even Eldora was spared, the closest ski resort to Boulder, which sustained severe damage from the waters.
At Eldora Mountain Resort, the big ski season is just around the corner. Season passes here offer some of the best value in the state. Enjoy 680 acres of snowy delight. “Alpine Unlimited” season passes start at $99 for kids and seniors up to $399 for adults. Look for family passes, too.
If you’re just visiting, pick up a four pack for just $149.
Looking for some new ski equipment?
Whether you’re looking for new goggles, poles or clothes, Sears has a legit selection of ski gear. In honor of Halloween, pick up a pair of these skeleton gloves for $60. Save money by using a Sears coupon and pairing it with 7 percent Cash Back from ShopAtHome.com.
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We also dig these pink Spy Optic goggles, $71.65 (let’s face it; goggles aren’t exactly the sexiest accessory out there, so a little color helps). Of course, they’re functional, too — offering anti-fog, scratch-resistant lenses to protect your peepers on the slopes.
Also don’t miss this Canada Goose vest in stunning blue topaz, $453.75. It’ll keep you nice and toasty, with fleece-lined pockets with hidden snaps.
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