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VIDEO: Sandboarding is back on in Colorado

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WATCH: Vail Daily reporter John LaConte goes sandboarding.

The Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve reopened on June 3 with access to the sand ramp trail, sand pit and Castle Creek play area.

Recreationalists are welcome to try sand sledding or sandboarding in the dunefield, and all hiking trails including Mosca Pass, Montville Nature, Sand Sheet Loop, Wellington Ditch, Dunes Overlook, Medano Lake and Music Pass are open.

Starting on Wednesday, June 17, the park will implement Phase 2 and re-open access to Pinon Flats Campground Loop 1 and Loop 2, including restroom facilities. Overnight backcountry access in the National Park, including the dune field and sites along the Sand Ramp Trail, will also begin June 17.

The Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is located in Alamosa and Saguache counties.

VIDEO: New bike park under construction in Minturn

VIDEO: Uphill at own risk at Vail, mountain closed for the season

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WATCH: Vail Daily reporter John LaConte snowboards Vail Mountain on March 17, 2020, following the announcement that Vail will be closed the rest of the season.

LaConte is riding a Weston Backwoods splitboard, use PromoCode: onthehill for a free pair of leather gloves with the purchase of a snowboard from locally based snowboard and splitboard provider Weston Backcountry.

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VIDEO: Minturn Mile on March 12 in honor of Jake Burton, Vail Daily On the Hill

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WATCH: Ross Leonhart and John LaConte with the Vail Daily ride the Minturn Mile in honor of Jake Burton Carpenter, who loved to ride the mile when he was in town.

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VIDEO: Snowing on Vail Mountain, On the Hill with John LaConte

VIDEO: Vail up to 260 inches for the season, On the Hill with John LaConte

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Vail Daily reporter John LaConte takes a run through Cheetah Gully on Vail Mountain after the resort reported 4 inches of fresh snow overnight.

LaConte is riding a Weston Japow snowboard, use PromoCode: onthehill for a free pair of leather gloves with the purchase of a snowboard from locally based snowboard and splitboard provider Weston Backcountry.

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VIDEO: Scenes from Vail and Beaver Creek’s snow-filled weekend

VIDEO: Blue Sky Basin reopens, On the Hill with John LaConte

VIDEO: Beaver Creek reports 3 feet of snow in a week

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WATCH: Enjoy a ride through some aspen trees at Beaver Creek from Monday morning with the Vail Daily’s Ross Leonhart. Beaver Creek has reported 3 feet of snow in the past week, with more on the way. Follow Leonhart on Instagram at colorado_livin_on_the_hill.

(Click here to watch a video from Grouse Mountain on Sunday morning at Beaver Creek, a 9-inch powder morning.)

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VIDEO: Beaver Creek rounds out snowy weekend with 9-inch powder morning Sunday