DENVER (November 26, 2013) Skiers headed to Colorado in search of a Rocky Mountain High in January may want to think twice, the state’s ski resorts say.
Jennifer Rudolph of the trade group Colorado Ski Country USA group says the resorts are getting the word out about what skiers should expect when pot becomes legal on Jan. 1.
She said people are traveling to Colorado to ski, not to smoke pot.
She says the bottom line for their ski resort guests is that they "should not expect to smoke marijuana in public."
Anyone caught toking up risks losing a lift pass.
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