|Northern Front Range Resorts
|Many of the Northern Front Range resorts blossomed during the mid
-1900's because of their close proximity to the Denver-Boulder metro
areas. As roads like Interstate 70 improved, places like Vail and
Breckenridge became much more accessible. This eventually led to the
demise of many of these ski areas. Another noteworthy factor, which
contributed to many of these areas closing is the unpredictable snow
associated at the elevations many of these resorts resided.
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