Five skiers charged for entering closed area at Aspen Highlands
Aspen, CO Colorado
ASPEN, Colorado ” Five skiers were charged Saturday at Aspen Highlands for violating the state’s Ski Safety Act after allegedly skiing in a closed area at the top of Highland Bowl.
A Pitkin County sheriff’s deputy issued each skier a court summons, and all face a maximum fine of $1,000 each.
Two of the skiers ” Bernardo Matte, 25, and Eliodoro Matte, 29 ” identified themselves as seasonal Aspen residents. The other three are Andrew Frederick, 27, of Fairplay, William Patrick Dillon, 29, of Colorado Springs, and Charles McMillan, 20, of Boulder.