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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