Colorado Winter Driving

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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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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Family Hiking in Colorado

Why You Should Visit Breckenridge this Shoulder Season

Shoulder season, otherwise known as “mud season” among locals, happens every spring and fall where the tourism in town slows down significantly.  After the Breckenridge Ski Resort closes, not many venture to the Rockies until Memorial Day.  Though summer may not be full blown in the mountains yet, there is plenty of sunshine, activities, and...
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Colorado Traffic Tips

Colorado I-70 Travel Tips

Traveling to the mountains can be quite the daunting task, especially for the unprepared. Having to rent a car, predict the weather, dissect current construction closures, and gauge traffic conditions can be truly tolling after an already long day of air travel. Having all of these things in mind, the hands down the best travel...
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Best Precautions to take for Snow Storm Travel in Colorado

Best Precautions to take for Snow Storm Travel in Colorado Traveling up to Summit County or Vail Valley the winter can be nerve-wracking, especially with how busy I-70 gets when the snow hits.  Everyone wants their taste of fresh powder on the weekends, but this causes back up on the interstate and winter driving conditions...
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January 2018 Colorado Ski Resort Snow Update

January 2018 Colorado Ski Resort Snow Update The lack of snow this holiday season has not caused a lack in shredding the mountains for us here in the Summit County and Vail Valley areas.  The resorts are making some serious progress, opening trails and lifts to get you flying down the slopes.  Some of the biggest highlights...
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Now Servicing Colorado’s Eagle Airport!

If you’re heading up to the Vail Valley for this holiday season, you may be considering your different options for transportation. Some fly into the Denver Airport and either rent a car or take one of our shuttles to your destination.  This can be plan can get pretty pricey and be very time-consuming, especially if...
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Winter Car Prep

When it comes to winter preparations for any vehicle, safety is number one. It’s extremely important that you take necessary precautions for your vehicle for adverse weather. Preparations for winter include everything from regular maintenance and upkeep, to a new set of tires and tools to deal with ice. Here are some tips on how...
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Winter Weather Predictions

Here it is – middle of November and Colorado is lacking something that we are usually used to seeing by now…….SNOW! I’m sure, like myself, most of the skiers and snowboarders around the state are starting to get a little worried. There aren’t many things that keep a carefree ski bum up at night, but...
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10 Tips for Safe Driving in the Winter

Driving in the winter months can often be scary, especially if you are driving in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Nonetheless, driving has become an every day necessity. Therefore, it is important to keep in mind these ten tips for driving safe this winter. Consider snow tires. Though pricey, snow tires can give you great peace...
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