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4 Tips for Planning Easter in Breckenridge

April 13th, 2014

Make some time for the Easter Egg Hunts Breckenridge will not only be hosting one Easter Egg hunt but two!  This will give you the opportunity for twice the eggs, twice the prizes and twice the fun. The first one will be a town-wide hunt with a treasure map that will lead you to the […]

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5 Ways to Get the Most from the Mountain Travel Symposium

April 8th, 2014

For nearly 40 years the Mountain Travel Symposium has been the largest gathering of travel professionals in North America. Representatives of mountain travel companies come from all across the globe for a variety of meet and greats, forums, and of course to play a bit all while making new contacts and learning the growing needs […]

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How to Get to and from the Breckenridge Beer Festival

March 30th, 2014
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The long wait for the Breckenridge Beer Festival is quickly coming to an end! On Saturday, April 5, 2014 Breckenridge opens up its gates to host this amazing beer fest, yet once again. With over 30 different craft breweries participating, having to be concerned with how to get to and from the Breckenridge beer festival […]

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4 Ways to Deal with Flight Delays on Your Vacation

March 24th, 2014
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There is not much that can compare to an amazing Colorado vacation! Getting away from work and the stress of everyday life is something everyone needs to do at least once and a while. One thing that can put a damper on a long awaited trip away are unexpected flight delays. No one enjoys sitting […]

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10 Little Known Facts About Denver Airport

March 19th, 2014
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The Denver International Airport (DIA) has been mired in controversy ever since the idea was birthed that Denver needed another airport besides the one in Stapleton, just a few miles away. The secretive construction of this monstrosity surely didn’t help to diffuse the chatter, either. In addition, the particular choice for the murals, sculptures and other artwork at […]

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6 Hot Apres Ski Spots in Breckenridge and Keystone

March 16th, 2014
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After a full day on the slopes, you are bound to need a bite, a beverage or both! Below are some suggestions for 6 hot apres ski spots in Breckenridge and Keystone. 1) T-Bar – Breckenridge, CO Located at the base of Peak 8, T-Bar is a hot spot for lunch and apres ski.  Enjoy […]

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Top 10 Spring Break Events in Summit County

March 13th, 2014
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1) Spring Fever Chili Cook-off - March 23rd, Breckenridge, CO Join us at Sevens patio between 12pm-2pm and see which top chef from Breckenridge Ski Resort has the best chili recipe.  Tickets are available on site for $10/per person which gets you all the chili you can eat. 2) St Patrick’s Day – March 14th-17th, Summit County, CO Check […]

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40 Facts about the Eisenhower Tunnel

March 10th, 2014
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Located roughly 60 miles from Denver Turned 40 years old on March 8, 2014 Highest vehicle tunnel in the world Elevation of 11,155 feet Eisenhower tunnel was started March 15, 1958 Eisenhower tunnel was completed in March 8, 1973 Took 5 years to complete Johnson tunnel was started on August 18, 1975 Johnson tunnel was […]

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5 Tips for a Safe St. Patricks Day in Breckenridge

March 9th, 2014
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Time to get out that hideous green outfit you purchased, because St. Patricks day is nearly upon us! Yes, we realize that you may only wear it once a year, but what else are you going to put on to keep those pesky pinchers away? Regardless of how awesomely atrocious your St. Paddys day getup […]

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4 Ways to Deal with Weather-Related Road Closures

March 2nd, 2014
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With the variable weather conditions we experience in Colorado each day of the year, there are often unexpected circumstances that may delay or alter your intended travel plans. This can often be due to adverse weather, vehicle accidents or even road closures. In order to avoid the dreaded road rage or even the risk of […]

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