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Spring Break in Colorado
08
Oct

Arapahoe Basin Ski Resort is Almost Open and So is its New Terrain – Here’s How to get to it

It’s what we’ve all been waiting for: Arapahoe Basin has expanded its terrain once again. The last major expansion Arapahoe Basin had was during the 2007-2008 season, when it opened the Montezuma Bowls. At that time, it was largest terrain expansion in the nation, increasing the terrain of Arapahoe Basin by 80%. Now, after 2...
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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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31
Jan

What is the Avalanche Danger to Cars on Colorado Highways?

What is the Avalanche Danger to Cars on Colorado Highways? Driving down curvy mountain roads may not be as scenic and soothing as it appears on television.  You may picture a clear, windy road through the Rockies free of ice and traffic, with snow-dusted pine trees lining the interstate.  However, this couldn’t be further from...
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03
Jan

Parking Garage in Breckenridge, Colorado

As tourism and the number of people moving to Breckenridge continues to increase, public parking in town has become a hot topic. To deal with the parking problem, the Town of Breckenridge has been hard at work to come up with reasonable solutions.  Some of the solutions have included a combination of free parking, paid...
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22
Dec

Our Favorite Runs At Copper

In 1968, a group of 17 investors formed Copper Mountain Associates, which purchased the 280 acres at the base of Copper Mountain from Eugene Sanders. The resort opened for skiing in 1972 with 26 miles of trails and 5 lifts, including B,C,E,F and G.  There were also two buildings on the property known as Center and Solitude. ...
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05
Dec

Our Favorite Runs at Keystone

All About Keystone Resort, CO   Located off of Loveland Pass in Summit County, CO, you the little ski getaway of Keysone.  Max Dercum and his wife founded Keystone back in 1970, and now the resort covers 3 mountains that give us 3,148 acres of skiable terrain. On the front side of the you have...
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28
Nov

Our Favorite Runs at Arapahoe Basin

While Arapahoe Basin is a local favorite for many, the Basin has history that makes it one of a kind. In the year of 1946, the Basin opened with two ropes and a lift ticket for $1.25.  Today, eight lifts are running with over 100 trails.  Arapahoe Basin is located right in Summit County below...
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20
Nov

Transportation to Beaver Creek

Transportation to Beaver Creek When choosing your winter vacation, some veer toward the beach to escape their cold hometowns while others want to fully enjoy the season and head west.  If you’re part of the latter, there are plenty of great destinations in the Rocky Mountains: Whistler, Tahoe, Bellingham, Sun Valley, Breckenridge and Telluride, just...
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16
Nov

Things To Do in Breckenridge This Winter

Things To Do in Breckenridge This Winter Breckenridge, Colorado is typically a place people visit to get in some world class skiing and snowboarding. The high country is known for its incredible slopes, and very winter people flock to this quaint mountain town to enjoy some fresh powder.  Don’t think the only thing Breckenridge has...
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02
Nov

Ski Resort Opening Days

Ski Resort Opening Days Throughout Colorado, the temperatures are cooling, the peaks are snow-covered and the growing excitement for the winter season is almost palpable. The 2017-18 ski season in Colorado has officially begun, kicked off by Arapahoe Basin on October 13th. As the rest of Colorado prepares to follow suit, we’re here to compile...
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