Week in Review
June 25, 2014
Eagle in the Post
The Denver Post featured a story about Eagle Mayor Yuri Kostick and the town's mountain biking opportunities.
The mayor wants Eagle to be recognized as Colorado's new mountain biking mecca.
Avalanche case proceeds
A judge will let a jury decide whether Vail is responsible for the death of a 13-year-old Taft Conlin, who died in an inbound avalanche at the ski area in 2012.
Conlin's parents filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against The Vail Corp., claiming that the resort violated the Colorado Ski Safety Act when it closed the upper access to the Prima Cornice run but did not close the lower entrance.
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Pass sales spike
Following record season pass sales in the spring of 2013, Vail Resorts again reported an increase in early pass sales this spring.
Spring season pass sales through May 27 for the upcoming 2014-15 season increased 14 percent in units and 20 percent in sales dollars.
The Vail Lacrosse Tournament finished last week and reported a record 2,000 youth athletes participated in the event.
Teams from Texas, California, North Carolina, Minnesota, Washington, Kentucky, Utah, Idaho and Maryland came out for the event.
The Roaring Fork Mountain Bike Association and local bike shops are urging mountain bikers in the Prince Creek area to take extra care after two nail-laden boards were found in the area Sunday.
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- Vail Resorts has sold about 925,000 passes of all kinds for this ski season