Colorado Traffic Tips

How to Avoid the I-70 Traffic Heading to Colorado’s Mountain Towns

Why is I-70 so busy? There is one main highway to get travelers from Denver to the beautiful Rocky Mountain towns, and there are many travelers trying to get there. It’s a two-lane highway at high elevation with unpredictable and harsh weather conditions. I-70 passes through the continental divide at the Eisenhower Tunnel. At this...
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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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Frisco Colorado

A Guide to Spending a Weekend in Frisco, Colorado this Summer

First of all, great choice to make your end destination Frisco, Colorado.  Located in the heart of Summit County within minutes of Breckenridge, Keystone, and Copper Mountain areas, Frisco is a beautiful mountain town without as much madness. Nestled in between the Tenmile and Gore mountain ranges with the Dillon Reservoir as it’s backyard, Frisco...
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Highway 285 Colorado

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

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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How to Get to Frisco, Colorado from the Denver Airport

How to Get to Frisco, Colorado from the Denver Airport If you’re traveling to Frisco, Colorado this year from out of state, you’re most likely flying into the Denver Airport.  Frisco is located about two hours west of the airport on I-70, and there are plenty of options for transportation up to the mountain town. ...
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Popular Winter Activities in Colorado

When it comes to the most popular winter sports in Colorado, we all know that snowboarding and skiing top the list.  As for other snowy activities to get you away from the slopes for the day, the state is full of them.  Check out these outdoor pastimes and add them to your schedule next time...
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Labor Day in Breckenridge

Labor Day weekend, the last celebration of summer, a time for barbecues and back to school shopping. But that’s not the only thing to do. Come to the mountains and enjoy these great events in Breckenridge for your holiday weekend. Family Activities and Art Like something out of a dream, as many as 10,000 tiny...
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4th of July in the Rockies

4th of July in the Rockies Each year, thousands of people head out to the streets of the Rocky Mountains to celebrate the 4th of July with parades, fireworks, contests, great food and more. If you will be visiting the Rockies this Independence Day, you should plan ahead so you don’t miss anything. Here are...
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Frisco BBQ

Frisco BBQ In the middle of June, what is better than drinking beer and eating BBQ? Doing both right here in the Rocky Mountain town of Frisco, CO! With the 24th annual BBQ Challenge, you and your family will not be disappointed. This 3 day festival has more than just bbq to offer. Mark your...
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