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Telluride Trifecta of Olympic Athletes!

Telluride Trifecta of Olympic Athletes!

 

We are so proud to have three local Telluride athletes competing at the PeyongChang Olympic Winter 2018 games in three disciplines.
 
Freeskier Gus Kenworthey returns after his silver medal win in 2014. Keaton McCargo worked hard for her place on the Women’s Moguls team
a very competitive set. Kearney also faced a very tough field of snowboarders to earn a coveted snowboard cross spot.
All three were members of the Telluride Ski & Snowboard Club in their youth.
 
They share their life stories & passion…

 

– GUS KENWORTHY –
See how he found his fire to qualify for his 2nd Olympics:

Telluride skier Gus Kenworthy finds fire, improves Olympic chances with win

After a rough few days in Snowmass, Telluride freeskier Gus Kenworthy came into Sunday’s U.S.-team selection slopestyle event with a little tighter focus knowing the Team USA qualifying was coming down to the wire. Kenworthy, who won slopestyle silver at the Sochi Games, did not advance to the finals of Thursday’s Toyota Grand Prix slope event.


– KEATON MCCARGO –
On freestyle in Telluride, training tips & Chair 9:

Interview with Olympic Hopeful Keaton McCargo

Our Interview with Olympic Hopeful and Telluride local, Keaton McCargo. Read more on Telluride.com

– HAGEN KEARNEY –
Growing up in Telluride, training & rock-n-roll:

Interview with Olympic Hopeful Hagen Kearney

Our Interview with Olympic Hopeful and Telluride local, Hagen Kearney. Read more on Telluride.com

Follow these up & coming athletes on Facebook:
GUS KENWORTHY, KEATON MARGO & HAGEN KEARNEY.

TELLURIDE BECOME MORE EPIC!

TELLURIDE BECOME MORE EPIC!

 

While worries swirl around the tiny town of Telluride about lack of snow this season Bill Jensen, the CEO of Telluride Ski Resort,
 
lays to rest the negative rumors and reveals his epic plan for the next season:
 

CEO Bill Jensen Addresses Telluride Rumors * Telluride Magazine

Telluride’s rumor mill spins fast and furious in this small town, but ski resort CEO Bill Jensen spoke this week to quash the speculation. No, the resort is not shutting down because of warm weather. The resort still has water to make snow, and snowmaking will continue until Feb.

TAOS SKI VALLEY: New Terrain, Plenty of Sunshine

TAOS SKI VALLEY: New Terrain, Plenty of Sunshine

 

Making lemonade in the Winter in Taos!
 
The last storm brought in 14″ of much needed pristine Northern New Mexico powder. The season is far from over!
 
Mountain crews have opened 5 additional runs and there are rumors of additional lift openings soon.
 
Get out there & enjoy! For the daily Taos Ski Valley snow report, CLICK HERE.
 

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Daily Snow Report to stay in the know. When Mother Nature hands you lemons, you make lemonade. Right now, there is no better to fine tune your skiing or snowboarding skills. Or, if you have any friends & family who’ve always wanted to learn, check out The Perfect Progression Package.

LOCAL SKI REPORT AT TELSKI: 17″ in 48 Hours = NEW TERRAIN

LOCAL SKI REPORT AT TELSKI: 17″ in 48 Hours = NEW TERRAIN

 

NEW TERRAIN HAS OPENED!
 
With all the recent snowfall Lifts 10 & 11 are now OPEN. Ski Patrol also dropped the ropes for new terrain on Lift 9.
 
Have fun!! Get out there and enjoy the new open runs!
 
Watch our snow report, by CLICKING HERE, for terrain expansion updates.
 

Telluride Ski Resort

With all the recent snowfall Lifts 10 & 11 are now OPEN. Ski Patrol also dropped the ropes for new terrain on Lift 9. Get out there and enjoy the fresh snow! Video: Brett Schreckengost

Celebrate International Women’s Ski Day 2018

Celebrate International Women’s Ski Day 2018

 

SKI LOCAL, CELEBRATE GLOBAL!
 
Happening This Weekend: January 20th, 2018 • 9AM – 4PM
 
For local updates, go to OUR FACEBOOK PAGE. And, for all the ladies that want to join this rad national event, the beta is below:
 

International Women’s Ski and Snowboard Day 2018

A blur of ponytails, colorful outerwear, and skis zoom across a steep, snow-covered slope. Shouts, whoops, and hollers fade as multiple groups of women crest over the hill and descend toward the chairlift. So many groups of female friends having fun together can only mean one thing: it’s International Women’s Ski and Snowboard Day.

TELLURIDE SKI MOUNTAIN: Nearly 2 feet in 5 days and 11″ in 48 hours

TELLURIDE SKI MOUNTAIN: Nearly 2 feet in 5 days and 11″ in 48 hours

 

NEW TERRAIN TO OPEN SOON!
 
For all you powder lovers out there, here are some incredible powder turns from our photo shoot
with Wagner Custom Skis and Brett Schreckengost.
 
Watch our snow report, by CLICKING HERE, for terrain expansion updates.
 

Powder Thursday

Nearly 2 feet in 5 days and 15″ in 48 hours, offered incredible powder turns for our photo shoot with Wagner Custom Skis and Brett Schreckengost. Watch our snow report, http://tel.ski/snow, for terrain expansion updates.