The company that owns the Aspen Times, Vail Daily and Sky-Hi News in Granby is offering a kind of localized ClassPass.
The fitness brand closed a Westminster location several months ago. Now it has found a buyer for its remaining one.
Nicole Wolfe has spent 14 years meeting her clients all over town.
The company has been in Galvanize coworking on Platte Street for about a year, but now has found a permanent home.
In announcing it is bailing from the Epic Pass, A-Basin blamed congestion. Loveland and Eldora face a similar squeeze.
A-Basin exec: The parking situation has steadily become more of a challenge … we felt like we were getting a lot of negative feedback.”
Co-owner Dustin Hogard said part of the rationale for moving was to be in an outdoor-centric city.
Eldorado Climbing Walls’s recent projects have included a five-story self-belay wall at the Limelight Hotel in Snowmass and two walls for Google’s Boulder campus.
For many outdoor shops, renting gear in-store is an important revenue source as more customers opt to purchase items online.
AKT franchisee: “The residents there are on the forefront of fitness.”