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Posted by on Jul 28, 2015 in Activities, Yoga | 0 comments

SUP Yoga with Meta Yoga Studios and Alpine Sports

SUP Yoga with Meta Yoga Studios and Alpine Sports

  SUP, also known as Stand Up Paddleboarding is definitely not a trend or a fad. It is one heck of a popular sport, especially in Colorado’s mountain towns and resorts. In Breckenridge you can check out SUP Yoga with Meta Yoga Studios on the Maggie Pond with boards provided by Alpine Sports; or if your interested in renting a board for the day and heading to a local lake or river then Alpine Sports on Park Avenue can get you out! Here’s a great round up on SUP Yoga: Contact Meta Yoga Studios at http://www.metayogastudios.com and Alpine Sports at (970) 453-9623. Such a great summer time activity. We paddle almost everyday! ~MTN Town Magazine MTN Town Magazine Copyright © 2015 | MTN Town Magazine all rights reserved. All editorial and images are property of MTN Town Magazine and require permission for use and...

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Posted by on Dec 16, 2014 in Activities, Family | 0 comments

25 Fun Winter Activites in Grand County and Winter Park

25 Fun Winter Activites in Grand County and Winter Park

Not only are there a ton of fun events to enjoy in Grand County there are tons of activities to participate in too! Check out  25  ideas, all under $20 in Grand County and Winter Park. ~ Tubing and Sledding The Colorado Adventure Park, located just five minutes from Winter Park Ski Resort, offers activities for all ages and adventure levels. The most popular pastime is tubing ($18/hour). Snowscoots (kid-sized snowmobiles) rentals are also available for children ages six and up ($10 for 10 minutes). For kids under three there are complementary sleds and a mini-hill. YMCA of the Rockies – Snow Mountain Ranch has a tubing hill with tubes available on site. Guests play for free while all others get in with the $15 day pass. The pass also includes access to the swimming pool, climbing wall, roller skating rink, cross country skiing, ice skating and much more! The Historic Fraser Tubing Hill is groomed, lighted and complete with a lift. Descend individually, in tandem, or in group clusters. Adrenaline-seekers can cozy...

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Posted by on Nov 24, 2014 in Activities, Events | 0 comments

Let’s Go to Frisco’s Tubing Hill – Thanksgiving Fun

Let’s Go to Frisco’s Tubing Hill – Thanksgiving Fun

Get ready, The Frisco Adventure Park tubing hill will open for the 2014/2015 winter season on Thanksgiving Day, November 27, 2014. On opening day, the first 50 tubers will receive a pumpkin pie or apple pie and a commemorative Frisco Adventure Park pie cutter in celebration of opening day and Thanksgiving.  “The atmosphere at the Frisco Adventure Park is celebratory and fun on any given day, but especially on opening day. I think it is absolutely impossible to be anything but happy while you’re tubing. And there is really nothing better than getting outside together and taking part in an activity which is doable for the whole family from grandpa to grandkids. So we felt that a pie giveaway would embody the laidback and happy vibe at the Adventure Park,” stated Diane McBride, Director of Recreation. The Frisco Adventure Park also features the Frisco Nordic Center with 40+ km of trails for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. The opening of the Frisco Nordic Center is anticipated for the weekend of November 22 and...

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Posted by on Jun 9, 2014 in Activities, Events | 0 comments

Breckenridge Summers are Hot!

Breckenridge Summers are Hot!

  Breckenridge is blooming with summertime events and activities. We have a round up of some great new and interesting things to do while your visiting this incredible Colorado mountain town: . National trends featured in Breck Arts District: Encaustic painting, ceramics transfers In the midst of a major expansion, the Breckenridge Arts District calendar incorporates national trends such as encaustic painting and lithography transfers on ceramics. Also new, week-long children’s camps let little ones get creative with puppet-making, jewelry, sculpture and more. Kids show off their best work with art shows at the close of each session. The new offerings add to summer favorites such as plein air painting, textile courses featuring breezy summer fashion, woodcut printmaking and more.   New bar specializes in craft beer and whiskey: Après Handcrafted Libations Sit back and enjoy a customized flight – Après offers some 30 brews on tap – or cruise the liquor cabinet for a selection of craft whiskeys, vodkas and more. Well spirits, just $5, are upper-shelf offerings from top Colorado...

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Posted by on Nov 24, 2013 in Activities, Music Scene | 0 comments

Telluride Winter Music Series – Telluride.com

Telluride Winter Music Series – Telluride.com

Telluride.com got the scoop on the recently released 2014 Winter Music Series at the Telluride Conference Center in Mountain Village.  Just in case you needed one more reason to visit their lovely town The Sheridan Arts Foundation and the Telluride Ski Resort are ready get you up early and keep you out late. •MarchFourth Marching Band: Saturday, January 25, tickets $20 (plus nominal ticketing fee) 9 p.m. show, 8:30 doors. Check out this eclectic crew of Portland musicians and circus performers that have developed quite the local and regional following after performing at Telluride Jazz Celebration, Telluride Blues and Brews Festival and the SOH. MarchFourth is far from a marching band in any traditional sense, anchored by funk electric bass, they carry audiences to the African jungle by way of Brazil with samples from the best of American funk, rock and jazz. Everything is tied together with their high-stepping stilt acrobatics. •Leftover Salmon: Sunday, February 16, tickets $30 (plus nominal ticketing fee) 9 p.m. show, 8:30 doors. Colorado’s legendary jam grass band...

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Posted by on Oct 18, 2013 in Activities, Arts, Community | 0 comments

Rocky Horror Show Debaucherous Fun in Vail – SneakPeakVail.com

Rocky Horror Show Debaucherous Fun in Vail – SneakPeakVail.com

It’s a night out you’re going to remember for a very long time.  Sneak Peak Vail gives us the 411 and a great interview with Denver-based director Nick Sugar on the live production of “The Rocky Horror Show” appearing at the Homestake Peak School auditorium in EagleVail this month.   After taking a break last October, the crew at Vail Valley Theater Company again sets aside self-restraint, gender norms and common decency for its third live production of “The Rocky Horror Show.” The cult classic is in town for two weekends of pre-Halloween debauchery, complete with all the cross-dressing and toast throwing fans have come to expect over the past 40 years. If that seems like a long time for an irreverent spoof to survive, well, it is. Certain parts of “Rocky Horror” were outdated when it premiered in 1973 – the opening number references everything from Fay Wray to “Forbidden Planet” – and yet, the show continues to attract new generations of weekend cross-dressers to midnight showings across the world. It’s the...

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