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Shuttle & Transportation Info
06
Dec

How to Save Money on your Next Mountain Shuttle from Denver

Winter vacations in the mountains can truly be a dream. However, adding up the costs involved can be a nightmare. The good news is that you have come across a local Rocky Mountain resident who is willing to share the top tips on how to save money when visiting Colorado for a vacation. #1. BOOK...
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Colorado Mountain Wedding
14
Nov

Rocky Mountain Wedding: Top Summit County Vendors

Featured image by www.imagestudio.com Planning a wedding can be a little overwhelming especially when planning a destination wedding in the mountains. Between locations, travel, venues, and views a lot of choices must be made! Let’s see if we can ease some of that stress by breaking down the best options for a beautiful wedding in...
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Boulder Colorado
20
Aug

Construction Delays on I-70 to Prepare for this Fall

Interstate 70 is a widely known stretch of highway that all tourists, commuters, and locals are all familiar traveling on. With so many people using this road to get to and from the mountains for popular vacations during the summer, traffic, unexpected accidents, and weather are some factors to take into consideration when planning your...
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17
Jul

Rental Car vs Denver Airport Shuttle for your Colorado Vacation

‘tOften our first question we have when we arrive to a new location is, how am I getting anywhere? Should I rent car? How far is my destination? Are there shuttles or ubers? We have broken down all of these options for you, and we are here to tell you that in Colorado some of...
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03
Jul

Transportation Options for Red Rocks Concerts

So, are you thinking of going down to Red Rocks this summer for the awesome music lineup or perhaps to check a movie on the rocks? Most likely the answer is yes! Have you thought about the different ways to get down there to enjoy the evening? Well here are a few options for getting...
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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 Traffic Tips
30
Jan

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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The Friday before the close of sculpting, teams work through the night to complete their masterpieces, each constructed from a 12-foot-tall, 20-ton block of Colorado snow.
16
Jan

Plan Your Trip to Breckenridge, Colorado for the 2019 International Snow Sculpture Championships starting on Monday

Best winter event in Breckenridge The 29th annual International Snow Sculpture Championships Jan 21-30, 2019   During the Snow Sculpture Championships, 16 teams from around the world hand-carve 25-ton blocks of snow into enormous, intricate works of art. Artists are only allowed to use hand tools, creativity and inspiration to bring their visions to life....
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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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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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