Attracting skiers is a slippery slope for Colorado mountain resorts

Interstate 70 traffic is getting ridiculous. We need bold solutions.

In announcing the decision to leave the Epic Pass, A-Basin leader Alan Henceroth said “parking is our pinch point.” Photo: Wikimedia Commons.
A common weekend morning sight: bumper-to-bumper I-70 traffic heading to the mountains. Photo: CDOT.
Because of pollution from cars and oil and gas production, it’s common to see Denver shrouded in haze. Photo: Dan Bergquist.
CoPIRG director Danny Katz unveils the “Car-free skiing guide” in front of a Bustang bus. Photo: CoPIRG.

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Ross Sherman

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Communications associate for Environment America, U.S. PIRG, TPIN.

The Public Interest Network

The Public Interest Network runs organizations committed to our vision of a better world, a set of core values, and a strategic approach to getting things done. https://publicinterestnetwork.org/