Sep 24, 2021 - Things to Do
Watch these movies to get hyped for the ski season
A skier launches off a jump in an image from TGR's latest ski movie.
A skier in TGR's "Stoke the Fire."

The ski season is closer than you think, and this year's crop of ski movies will surely get you excited for the return of snow.

Why it matters: Coloradans love hitting the slopes, so why not get inspired and watch the best skiers and snowboarders slash the big screen with outrageous tricks on death-defying runs?

Of note: The Warren Miller production team's latest, "Winter Starts Now," features a number of Colorado connections: the National Brotherhood of Skiers at Snowmass, the ski jump at Howelsen Hill and Steamboat local Noah Elliot.

Mark your calendar: Here's the Colorado tour schedule.

  • Teton Gravity Research, "Stoke the Fire": Sept. 28 in Denver, Sept. 29 in Boulder, Sept. 30 in Buena Vista. Oct. 12-14 in Denver, Oct. 14 in Colorado Springs, Oct. 15 in Aspen, Oct. 22 in Crested Butte, Nov. 12 in Silverton
  • Matchstick Productions, "The Stomping Grounds": Oct. 2 in Crested Butte, Oct. 5 in Denver, Nov. 6 in Keystone, Nov. 11 in Edwards, Nov. 12 in Steamboat Springs, Nov. 13 in Granby, Jan. 27 in Ridgway
  • Faction and Red Bull Media, "Roots": Oct. 19 in Denver, Oct. 22 in Colorado Springs, Nov. 4 in Evergreen, Nov. 4 in Glenwood Springs, Nov. 6 in Keystone, Nov. 10 in Grand Junction, Nov. 13 in Keystone
  • Warren Miller, "Winter Starts Now": Nov. 4 in Parker, Nov. 5 in Colorado Springs, Nov. 6 in Pueblo, Nov. 10 in Loveland, Nov. 11-14 in Boulder, Nov. 18-20 in Denver, Nov. 22-24 in Lone Tree, Dec. 1 in Grand Junction, Dec. 2 in Aspen, Dec. 3-4 in Beaver Creek
  • Teton Gravity Research, "Mountain Revelations": Nov. 4 in Colorado Springs, Nov. 11 in Denver, Nov. 18 in Aspen, Dec. 7 in Boulder
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