There’s a second bus on the scene, in addition to the Denver Ski Bus the University Ski Bus is offering roundtrips every Saturday. Destinations The University Ski bus will travel to to Breckenridge, Keystone, Vail, Beaver Creek or Arapahoe Basin. Weekly destinations will be chosen based on customer demand. Pick-up and Pricing As the name […]
Denver Ski Bus offers Saturday and Sunday trips from Boulder and Denver to Winter Park and Copper Mountain resorts starting this weekend (December 3, 2011). Pickup Locations The Boulder bus has two pickups: Christy Sports at Flat Irons Mall and CU Boulder The Denver bus pick-up location is: – Christy Sports at Denver West Plaza. […]
From the GoI-70 Blog: The Courtesy Patrol program begins on Friday, November 25. Drivers of passenger and other smaller vehicles are provided free roadside assistance for services such as flat tires, fuel or water transfer, jump starts, short-distance towing, accident scene protection and minor mechanical assistance. Three pickups and a tow truck patrol I-70 between […]
Forbes has put together a great photo gallery describing some of the best resorts for families. Of course, Colorado dominates the list with five well known spots: Beaver Creek: escalators, kids teaching area, and most importantly warm cookies Crested Butte: single base area means less lost kids, reasonably priced Aspen/Snowmass: no greens but Buttermilk is […]
As expected, it’s not quite up to “5-8 inches” as expected… yet. There is certainly more to the storm but the forecasts now expect “snow mist” and “snow dusting” from here on out. Waking up to an inch or two doesn’t spell “snowpocalypse” as much as the weather forecasters would have liked you to believe […]
If you make the weekend drive up to Summit County you’ll know that speeds slow down at the Eisenhower Tunnel and on some Sundays, heading back East you may have to stop entirely. The tunnel can only handle so much capacity and it occasionally needs to be closed to allow cars to pass through (for […]
We have you covered from the tarmac to the ski slopes. Trip includes: a flight out to Colorado, a rental car to transport you from Denver International Airport to Copper Mountain, 3 nights of lodging that’s minutes from the slopes, lift tickets and even ski rentals.
It was so cold and so windy I didn’t take a single picture or enjoy much of the day. Although Summit had received a few inches by Sunday, it had all been blown off the slopes by Sunday morning. Everything was hard-packed, icy and wind-blown. I wish we had gone to Vail. Anyway, we did […]