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September 2013
26
Sep

Planning Your Winter Wedding

If there is a location for a wedding that can rival the mountains or beaches in the summer time, it’s the snow covered mountains in the winter time. Though less popular, there is no shortage of beauty to accompany a winter wedding. Colorado is a popular state for these destination weddings due to the amazing...
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24
Sep

Transfer Station Pricing

Peak 1 Express will be opening for operations beginning November 15th with a new transfer station for our guests to utilize. To accompany our service to Breckenridge and Frisco Transfer Stations, we will now be offering service to Keystone River Run transfer station. We are excited to offer a growing community another option when travelling...
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23
Sep

Weather/Snowfall

It’s only fitting that this blog be posted the day our first snow starts to fall on the mountains in the high country. This morning, though only a blankets worth, everything above 10,000 ft. was a glistening white that started to sprinkle at sunrise. Likely to burn off by mid-week, the first snowfall is always...
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17
Sep

Winter Discounts

Winter is just around the corner and ski season is a mere two months away. The lifts will soon be turning to transport the thousands of skiers and snowboarders up the mountain for their first turns of the season. Along with the mountains opening for operations, Peak 1 Express will also be kicking off its...
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13
Sep

Work for Peak 1 This Winter

Want to work for one of the fastest growing companies in Summit County? Peak 1 Express has not only been developing over the past two seasons, but is planning to make another big impact on the transportation industry in Colorado this upcoming winter. Peak 1 tripled its business from 2012 to 2013 and is ready...
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12
Sep

Great Drives to View Fall Foliage

Colorado is home to a large population of aspen trees that will begin to turn colors right around the middle of September. Vibrant reds, oranges, and yellows will blanket the hills, valleys, and even the sides of mountains in the high country. Depending on where you are in the state, there are different times to...
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07
Sep

Best Summit County Wedding Venues

Summit County is one of the top destination wedding locations in the state for good reason. The surrounding mountains and valleys make the Colorado landscape a much desired place for romance. Early in the summer time, wedding backdrops can include snowy, white-capped mountains. In the fall, show your family how vibrant you are by getting...
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06
Sep

Oktoberfest

Prost! Prost! Prost! That’s right, it’s time to search through your attic and find for your grandparents lederhosen and/or dirndl because Oktoberfest is right around the corner. From September 13th-September 15th, Breckenridge, Colorado will host its 19th Annual Oktoberfest that will transform Main St. into a bustling celebration. It all starts on Friday from 2:00...
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05
Sep

Buy Your Season Pass Before Prices Go Up

In the ski world there is one ski pass that stands above all others. That pass has been living up to its name for the past few years. If you don’t know by now, the pass I am referring to is of course the Epic Pass. Some season passes allow unlimited skiing at one or...
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03
Sep

Book Early and Save on Winter Lodging

Planning a winter vacation is not only complicated, but if you don’t book at the right time it can become very expensive. Lift tickets, rental gear, transportation, food, a mountain shuttle and of course, lodging can turn into a pretty penny if not planned correctly. Take a look at the steps below that might help assist...
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