This Sunday we take a dip into clothing-optional hot springs in Colorado. These steaming pools in the midst of piles of snow with the majesty of the Rocky Mountains surrounding, are magnificent. We hear about in-flight passenger behavior far worse than chatting on cell phones. And, we take a walk through some airports and train stations courtesy of Google Street View.
Vermont and New Hampshire market their fall foliage as the most brilliant and ahhh-inspiring in the country. And it’s true: New England is a leaf-peeper’s paradise. But nature puts on this spectacular show all across the country. Get out and take a look.
In the news: Alaska starts service from Bellingham to Honolulu, FAA issues new directives, snow fouls flights in west and midwest
EpicMix is Vail Resorts’ newest online mobile application for winter sports, and with ski season just around the corner, I asked Rob Katz, Vail Resorts’ CEO, to weigh in on social media and skiing. Here’s our interview.
Bears awake and come out of hibernation, first-grader found on TSA no-fly list, Continental faces fines for 2000 Concorde crash
OneWorld Alliance faces strong European Union headwinds. Keystone Resort announces free season pass for anyone who gets married there. Las Vegas casinos see no new additions for at least a decade.
Ski resorts out west, in the Rockies and in the Pacific Northwest are facing a difficult avalanche danger period. There is almost no danger within the resort boundaries, however skiers and riders who duck under the ropes are courting danger.