Many made Inferno a success
Dear Editor:The Aspen Highlands Ski Patrol would like to thank everyone involved with our fifth annual Inferno Uphill/Downhill event held on Saturday, Feb. 19. The support and participation of community members is what makes this event a great success!We would like to thank this year’s sponsors, the Aspen Highlands Ski Patrol, Martin Sinkoff and Jeff Lott of Pasternak Wine Importers for the LeDix de Los Vascos wine and barbecue held at the Endeavor.We would like to give special thanks to the following for making our raffle prizes for race participants the best ever: The Shirt Stop, Jim Lindsay of Boot Tech, Aspen Artists Cooperative, 180s Sportswear, The Wine Spot, 4 Mountain Sports and Tune Shop, New York Pizza, Mobile Lube Express, Iguana’s Bar & Grille, Paradise Bakery, Taster’s Pizza, Obermeyer Sports, The Cantina and especially the Endeavor Cafe for hosting the barbecue.A big thank you to: the Aspen Highlands ticket office; Greg Poschman of Moving Media; TV16; The Aspen Times; volunteers Sheilah, Doug, Tom and Scott; and the entire staff at Aspen Highlands, especially Doreen.Thanks again to all of you, see you on the ridge, have fun and always ski safe.Hope to see you at our next event, Picnic on the Peak, on Saturday, March 19!Bruno ContuliAspen Highlands Ski Patrol
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A new 6-mile jug handle trail has been added to the Emma side of land known as the Crown. The Vasten Trail provides options for mountain bikers in the popular area.