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Snowy Road with snow covered pine trees
30
Sep

10 Reasons You Don’t Need to Rent a Car for Your Holiday Vacation in Colorado

Colorado is a massive state that is filled with beauty and adventure—especially during the holiday season. People travel from all over the world to check out why Colorado is the #1 ski destination in North America, and enjoy the 300 days of sunshine. You would probably imagine needing to rent a car to get to...
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Vail Ski Resort Runs in the Winter with a blue sky
23
Mar

What to Do for Spring Break 2021 in Vail, Colorado

When you think of spring break, you probably think about sandy beaches and sunburns. If you are looking for the ultimate unique spring break experience, Vail has it! As the effects of COVID-19 continue to challenge us in our day-to-day lives, there are still many adventures to be had here in Colorado. Skiing, snowshoeing, and...
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Outdoor Activities in Colorado
01
Feb

Top 5 Outdoor Activities to do in Colorado this Winter – February 2021

Not only are outdoor activities good for your mental and physical health, but they’ve come to be incredibly important over the last year as social distancing is much easier when venturing around outside.  Though Colorado has some world-class ski slopes scattered across the state, that’s not the only option you have to get outside this...
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Vail Pandemic Activities
10
Jan

What’s Still Happening in Vail, Breckenridge, and More During the 2020/2021 Pandemic

All of us at Peak 1 Express hope everyone enjoyed their holiday season.  We’re just now getting into prime ski time here in the Colorado Rockies, so if you’re planning a trip out soon you’ve got some great things to look forward to.  What can you enjoy aside from skiing and snowboarding this winter in...
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La Nina Winter Colorado
29
Nov

What Does a La Niña Year Mean for Colorado Ski Resorts?

Lets start here: What is La Niña? Used to describe a cooling in the equatorial region of the Pacific Ocean, La Niña can result in an environmental phenonmenon that brings colder weather and more precipitation towards the Northwest during the winter months. On the other hand, the Southeast experiences a warmer winter than others during...
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Colorado Ski Towns
27
Oct

Holiday Ski Vacation: Save Money When You Plan Ahead

A ski vacation can rack up some bills if you don’t plan ahead.  Between renting ski equipment, lodging, transportation, and your lift passes, you’ll do yourself a favor by booking all aspects of your vacation a few months in advance.  Here are some ways to save money when you plan ahead for your holiday ski...
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Colorado Ski Vacation
09
Oct

Tips for Traveling to Colorado this Fall: Air Travel, Road Trips, Shuttles & More

You are planning a trip to Colorado this fall to visit some family and friends to do some autumn leaf peeping, Rocky Mountain National Park adventure, or any of the other fun activities the state has to offer.  Whatever the reason for your visit to Colorado is, there is some planning you may have to...
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Colorado Travel Restrictions for Ski Season 2020-2021
24
Sep

Tips on Traveling to Colorado This Winter During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Tips on Traveling to Colorado This Winter During the Coronavirus Pandemic With the world the way it is this year, one thing we can still get excited about is the upcoming 2020-2021 ski season here in Colorado. It’s a great time to start planning your winter vacation to the Rocky Mountains in the upcoming months. ...
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27
Mar

History of Skijoring and Where You Can Go in Colorado to Try it

We are all familiar with the classic winter sports of downhill and cross-country skiing, but some people take a different approach while on skis. Skijoring, defined, is where a person is pulled by an animal or motor vehicle while on cross-country style skis. Typically, the best options for this are large dogs and horses. Today we will...
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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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