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Trip Planning
28
Apr

The Guide to Vail and Beaver Creek Airport Transportation

Looking to come out to the mountains for an incredible ski/ snowboard vacation? How about for some of the best hiking and mountain biking in the United States? Denver airport is just 3 hours from Vail Valley. There are many options for transportation. We’re here to break it all down…the pros and cons of getting...
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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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06
Feb

37th Annual Burton U·S·Open Snowboarding Championships returns to Vail

The 2019 Burton US Open Snowboarding Championships are returning once again to Vail Resort. This year some of the best of the best in Snowboarding talent will be competing in the Halfpipe and Slopestyle. There are plenty of activities to see on the hill and off the hill. Check out the schedule below! MONDAY, FEBRUARY...
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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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10
Dec

Planning Your 2018 Christmas Vacation in Keystone, Colorado

The holidays are just around the corner and you know what that means, it’s time to start planning your Holiday Vacation in Keystone, CO. During the holidays there are so many awesome activities in Keystone for the whole family to partake in. The first thing that any family needs for a trip like this is...
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05
Nov

5 Tips on Travel for Thanksgiving in Colorado 2018

Ski season in Colorado is ramping up just in time for Thanksgiving. Visitors from all over the world flock to the resorts of Colorado for a long weekend of skiing. Booking a resort, arranging equipment rentals, and getting ski passes for the family are all important aspects of your trip, but there is often one...
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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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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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