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27
Mar

History of Skijoring and Where You Can Go in Colorado to Try it

We are all familiar with the classic winter sports of downhill and cross-country skiing, but some people take a different approach while on skis. Skijoring, defined, is where a person is pulled by an animal or motor vehicle while on cross-country style skis. Typically, the best options for this are large dogs and horses. Today we will...
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05
Mar

Two Incredible Family Resorts in Summit County for Spring Break Vacation

While Spring Break for many families means palm trees, sandy beaches, and poolside bars; for us Coloradans, we would rather uncrowded ski runs, long snowy slopes under the sun, and relaxing Après drinks after a day of skiing. Spring Break in the mountains is an experience like none other. There’s nothing quite like enjoying all...
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Colorado Winter Driving
26
Feb

7 Steps to Avoiding Spring Traffic on Colorado’s I-70

Few places are as beautiful as Colorado is in the spring! As the snow starts to melt off the peaks and the rivers start flowing, the mountains become a sight that must be seen. Nothing is as enjoyable as going deep into Colorado’s nature in spring, and while there is plenty of nature for everybody,...
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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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Vail Colorado Fall Activities
06
Sep

Here’s Why You Should Travel to Beaver Creek, Colorado this Fall

As the streets of Vail and Beaver Creek empty out once school is back in session, the mud season is fully upon Colorado’s mountain towns.  The best part of the shoulder season every year is the affordable lodging, no hour-long waits at the popular restaurants, and plenty of activities.  Here’s why you should make it...
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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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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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Vail Colorado Wildflowers
25
Jun

How to Plan the Ultimate Summer Day in Vail, Colorado in 2018

Planning a trip to the best mountains in the world?  Vail, Colorado is known as the Switzerland of North America because of its great winters and incredible skiing.  But Vail can provide your family with one of the most amazing summer vacations on the planet. When the slopes turn from white to green, a whole new...
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17
Nov

Our Favorite Runs At Breckenridge

Our Favorite Runs at Breckenridge Breckenridge’s first day running was December 16, 1961, and the world class resort has had many accomplishments since. The world’s first high speed detachable quad chairlift was installed in 1981, being named the Quicksilver Chairlift – a lift still running at Breckenridge to this day.  Breckenridge has all terrain from...
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19
Oct

Where to Eat in Breckenridge

As the ski season in Breckenridge is readily approaching, we are all starting to get prepared.  Skis and boards are getting waxed up, and all of our warm winter coats, gloves, goggles, and ski pants are coming out of storage.  There’s not enough snow yet to do anything other than stare longingly at the possessions...
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