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31
May

5 Ways To Satisfy Your Wanderlust In Colorado

When traveling to Colorado, there might be an occasional question of what are some of the things you can do when adventuring through the beautiful rocky mountains. There are various things you can do when coming here, whether it is spending time outside or going on a rafting trip. Today I will be giving you...
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Attendants at Spring Fever in Breckenridge
19
Jan

Mountain Events for the Spring 2022 Holidays

It’s no secret that spring is the perfect time of year to visit the scenic Colorado mountains. Not only are the temperatures getting a little bit higher, but there’s still plenty of fresh snow on the slopes and a lot of activities going on in town. Whether you’re planning to travel to Summit County or...
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Peak 1 van and SUV with Breckenridge mountains in the background
15
Dec

5 Benefits of Booking a Mountain Shuttle During Holiday Season

This holiday season, treat yourself to stress-free transportation from Denver Airport to your mountain destination. Whether you’re traveling individually, or with a large group, booking a shared shuttle is the safest, easiest, and most cost-effective way to start your slopeside vacation. Peak 1 Express boasts a top-of-the-line fleet, drivers, and amenities that will make what...
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01
Nov

Colorado’s Ski Resorts Opening Dates

It is finally winter in Colorado. Well, technically it’s still fall, but it is getting cold at least. The cold weather means Colorado ski resorts are either open or getting ready to open soon. Here are some opening dates for the Vail Valley and Summit County areas to help you start planning your Colorado winter...
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Ice skaters standing in a half circle on ice
24
Oct

4 Family Activities to Do on Your Mountain Thanksgiving Vacations

November kicks off ski season each year in the Rocky Mountain High Country, and if you’re visiting Colorado for the Thanksgiving Holiday there’s no shortage of seasonal fun. A number of resorts along the I-70 corridor will have their lifts turning by turkey day, and with the flakes flying and temperatures dropping most locales will...
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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 known for its great outdoors 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 to enjoy the 300 days of sunshine. You are probably thinking you need to rent a car to...
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full moon with a mountain silouhette
28
Sep

5 Colorado Themed Pumpkin Carving Templates

It’s fall, y’all. That means sweater weather, pumpkin spice lattes, and, specifically in Colorado, the best views of aspen trees changing of color throughout the mountains. If you have not seen it before, get ready to behold its golden glory. This is the perfect time of year to explore Colorado’s magnificent mountain peaks, and here...
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fall colored trees with a snowy mountain in the background
10
Sep

Our Favorite Fall Festivals to Visit in Breckenridge

Colorado’s High Country always makes for a spectacular experience. However, autumn is a particularly unique time to visit Breckenridge as the aspens turn to gold and seasonal food and drinks become plentiful around town. Although the ongoing pandemic may have changed some social outings you had planned in Summit County during the low-season, there is...
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Vail ski run in the winter with a blue sky
09
Aug

Our Favorite On-Mountain Dining Options

1. The Overlook The Overlook Restaurant sits at 11,274 on the top of Peak 9 at Breckenridge Ski Resort. This on-mountain restaurant features Asian-inspired foods that will be sure to warm you up and fuel you for the day. The Overlook has great options for vegetarians with menu items like Rocky Mountain Ramen and Overlook...
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Road workers paving a highway
04
Jun

Colorado’s Summer Road Work and How to Avoid it While visiting the Rockies

Before we can talk about the dreaded summer road work, we have to talk about the famous Colorado Winter in the Rockies. The I-70 mountain corridor can see an average of 300 inches of snowfall every year. Also, average low temperatures can stay around 13F from October to April. You can imagine that much snowfall,...
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