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January 2016
31
Jan

How to Prepare For Spring Break

Heading up to the mountains for a spring skiing vacation? Good choice! Spring skiing consists of some epic fun in the sun; below you’ll find some great local knowledge to make it the perfect getaway. Where to stay: First and foremost, finding the best lodging to fit your groups needs are very important. Planning ahead...
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28
Jan

CarniVAIL

Mardi Gras, literally translated to mean “Fat Tuesday”, represents eating fattier foods the night before Lenten season. In the United States, the cultural festival includes wearing masks, costumes, dancing, parades, music, and beads. But here at 8,150 feet, New Orleans meets Vail in a Mardi Gras fusion of snow, skis, and snowboards. Throw on the...
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27
Jan

Tips for Ski & Snowboard Beginners  

Heading out to the Rocky Mountains for your first ski trip? Then there are a lot of helpful tips that will prepare you for every aspect of an unforgettable experience. Before, during and after your Rocky Mountain adventure there’s lost to know, so below you will find some local tips that will help you get...
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22
Jan

President’s Day Weekend in the Rockies: How to Avoid Traffic

The weekend has finally arrived… a chance to get away and escape reality for a few days in the mountains. You have been anticipating this event for some time now, studying the trail guides, making sure all of your ski gear is in order. Friday afternoon finally arrives, school and work are no longer a...
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19
Jan

Snow Sculpture Championships

Snow carving is an art that dates back to the mid-1960’s. Every January, professional snow sculptors travel from around the world to participate in the annual International Snow Sculpture Championships in Breckenridge. The competition is comprised of 16 hand-chosen teams, 4 artists per team. These teams will work day and night from January 26th through...
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Denver Airport Colorado Transportation
16
Jan

5 Things You Should Know About Flying into Denver Airport

The Denver Airport serves over 53 million people a year, making it the 15th busiest airport in the world and the 5th busiest in the United States.  Here’s what you should know about flying into the Denver Airport. 1. Plan Ahead Denver International Airport is the largest airport in the United States, encompassing an area...
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13
Jan

Best Vail Apres Ski Deals

If you’ve just arrived via our Vail airport shuttle, you are near one of the largest ski mountains in North America and, truly, “like nothing on Earth”, then be sure to try out our locals-approved list of the best deals in Vailfor tasty eats and good drinks for Vail Apres Ski after carving up the mountain...
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10
Jan

Ullr Fest

If you happen to be in the town of Breckenridge during the week of January 13th-16th, then come join in celebrating the 53rd year of Ullr Fest! This is an event where more than 12,000 participants come to show appreciation to the snow god. All around town you will find fun filled events, from the World’s Longest Shot Ski to watching those willing souls plunge into a frozen...
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08
Jan

New! Private SUV Service

The New Year has brought a brand new line of shuttles to Peak 1 Express! We recently expanded our fleet to include brand new, 2016 Chevy Suburbans, bringing you more options for private shuttle service for the best rates in the industry. Our new SUVs come fully equipped with WiFi on board for the duration...
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04
Jan

How to get from DIA to Breckenridge

Planning a ski trip out to Breckenridge? Then you will be needing some sort of transportation to and from the mountains back to the airport. There are a variety of different options on how to make that happen. No matter what you take, a rental car, a mountain shuttle or even a bus system, you are going to...
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