HoeDown Hill is in the news!
Stuart Winchester of The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast, an online forum devoted to the business and sport of skiing, recently featured HoeDown Hill at RainDance National Resort & Golf on his blog.
“This summer, a 130-vertical-foot, 12-acre, partially manmade ski hill is rising in Windsor, Colorado,” Winchester writes. “It will have green, blue, and black runs; four carpets, Terrain Based Learning; a “badass” terrain park; night-skiing; wicket tickets.
“The whole thing is owned by Martin Lind, a third-generation Windsor resident and real-estate investor who grew up skiing tiny and defunct Sharktooth, a 150-footer served by a pony tow that sat east of U.S. 34 and Interstate 25.”
The HoeDown Hill skiing and tubing facility plans to open to the public around the Thanksgiving holiday.
To read further, check out The Storm Skiing Journal Blog here.