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Colorado Wedding Planning
05
Oct

Ideas to Help Plan Your Colorado Mountain Wedding – from Transportation to Venues

Dreaming of that picturesque mountain wedding for your big day?  Colorado’s beautiful Rocky Mountains make the perfect backdrop for when you and your loved one say “I do”.  Your ideal day could consist of a venue with bay windows overlooking the Continental Divide or simply the top of a ski lift at the resort where...
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Breckenridge Wine Classic
11
Sep

Who’s Coming to the 2018 Breckenridge Wine Classic this Weekend?

Considered a premier destination event, the Breckenridge Wine Classic this year is coming up in just a few days.  The mountain town has been a roll with the great events these past few weeks including a successful Oktoberfest last weekend.  With over 100 wineries, distilleries, breweries, food masters, and locally made products, the Breckenridge Wine...
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29
Aug

How to Plan a Colorado Winter Vacation for Non Skiers in 2018

Frost has begun to make its dawn appearance on these chilly August mornings and in the blink of an eye the mountain peaks will be sprinkled with snowfall.  Winter is just around the corner in the Colorado Rockies and as the anticipation grows, so do our plans for the upcoming season.  Summit County and the...
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Camping in Summit County Colorado
14
Aug

How to Find the Best Camping Spot for Labor Day 2018 in Summit County, Colorado

Once Summit County fills to the brim this Labor Day weekend, you’ll be wishing you could escape the crowds and head out of town to camp a bit.  There are plenty of campgrounds in the area, some allowing you to stay close to town while others will get you high up in the mountains and...
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Breckenridge International Festival of Arts
06
Aug

The 2018 Breckenridge International Festival of Arts Starts this Friday

Put on by Breck Create, The Breckenridge International Festival of Arts takes place throughout Breckenridge on August 12th-24th.  This festival includes many different displays of the arts including workshops, performances, screenings and exhibitions. With family friendly entertainment and mountain culture inspired arts there is something for everyone to check out. Musical Performances One of the...
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Alpine Slide Breckenridge
11
Jun

6 Great Activities for Kids this Summer in Breckenridge, Colorado

While Breckenridge is world famous for its skiing in the winter, it is also makes for a wonderful family vacation in the summer.  If you are bringing the kids up to the mountains, there is plenty of entertainment for the whole family to enjoy.  Here are six great activities for kids this summer in Breckenridge. Horseback...
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Highway 285 Colorado
04
Jun

Why You Should Take the Road Less Traveled: 5 Great Things About Colorado’s Highway 285

When you make you way west through Colorado on I-70, half the time it’s a straight shot to Summit County, Vail Valley, and further. But if you plan on traveling over weekends or holidays, you should definitely reconsider your route. I-70 gets jam packed with cars, and there are a few alternate routes that end...
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Summit County Music Venues
23
May

The Best Music Venues in Summit County, Colorado

Summit County can be an amazing spot to enjoy some live music, and even bands that sellout shows at Red Rocks.  Throughout the summer, plenty of events feature live music for enjoyment, and many venues around the area have weekend shows with a wide range of music.  Here are a few spots you should check...
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Transportation Services in Colorado
08
May

Book Your Colorado Summer Transportation Now

With the warmer weather on its way to Summit County and the beautiful high country of Colorado, now is the time to lock in your summer transportation.  Holidays and weekends can get hectic up here.  Though it’s nearly impossible to avoid traffic, our drivers have the knowledge of our dispatch to reroute the way up I-70...
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Family Hiking in Colorado
30
Apr

Why You Should Visit Breckenridge this Shoulder Season

Shoulder season, otherwise known as “mud season” among locals, happens every spring and fall where the tourism in town slows down significantly.  After the Breckenridge Ski Resort closes, not many venture to the Rockies until Memorial Day.  Though summer may not be full blown in the mountains yet, there is plenty of sunshine, activities, and...
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