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Posted by on Mar 6, 2017 in Events, Sponsors | 0 comments

Pink Vail 2017

Pink Vail 2017

We have seen a pink panther on skis, gorillas in pink tutus and men in pink spandex; all of this is not uncommon on Vail Mountain during Pink Vail™ the world’s biggest ski day to Conquer Cancer. This year’s event is scheduled for Saturday, March 25, 2017, so SAVE THE DATE! Pink Vail, an all day event-palooza, features all-day live music, deck parties, a costume contest and incredible prizes. With weekend lodging specials in Vail, girl’s weekenders, families, and groups of friends travel from around the country to Vail, Colorado for an unforgettable weekend at the nation’s largest ski resort. Pink Vail is one of Vail’s most anticipated events of the season and the only event of its kind. Similar to a run or walk to support cancer, Pink Vail participants register at www.pinkvail.com and ask their friends and family to make a donation on their behalf. Participants range in age from 1 to 85 years old, and many of them don’t even ski on the day of the event....

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Posted by on Feb 15, 2017 in Sponsors, Stay | 0 comments

Devil’s Thumb Ranch & Spa – Get Away By Train

Devil’s Thumb Ranch & Spa – Get Away By Train

At Devil’s Thumb Ranch Winter’s are not just for downhill…there’s also uphill and through the forest. There are frozen lakes to skate across, thrilling hills to sled down. And all of them are available at Devil’s Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa. Now you can get to Devil’s Thumb by Train! You can book weekend rides, one way or round trip, from Denver’s Union Station to the platform right at Winter Park! The train hit the tracks January 7th, and runs Saturdays, Sundays, and have an additional round-trip on Monday holidays during January and February. Book now, as the train will only run until March 26th. Stay for the week, the weekend, or the day, without the hassle of traffic, parking, or icy roads. At Devil’s Thumb Ranch & Spa you’re only minutes away from Winter Park, one of America’s premier downhill resorts. So carving turns through Rocky Mountain powder is still an option. Spend summer days laying by the pool and winter evenings in an outdoor hot tub with...

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Posted by on Dec 16, 2016 in Gear, Sponsors | 0 comments

Rhino Rack Master Fit Cargo Box Gets You There

Rhino Rack Master Fit Cargo Box Gets You There

Road trips are a highlight of every holiday period, but excitement can quickly turn to anguish before you even leave home. The harsh realization that there just isn’t enough room to take everything you need is a dreadful one. Fortunately, with the Rhino-Rack Master Fit Cargo Box these feelings will never have to resurface again.   The Rhino-Rack Master Fit Cargo Box has a hefty interior that allows for 116 or 145 gallons additional space and the sleek, aerodynamic design reduces wind drag while driving for an extra smooth ride. Built from tough and durable impact resistant materials, this handy storage unit has a proven and tested 165lb Off-Road load rating and will protect your belongings from all kinds of weather while you’re on or off road.   Rhino’s unique Master Fit Technology means you can quickly and safely fit the Cargo Box to your vehicle by using a revolutionary “Twist to Tighten & Press to Lock” clamping system. Rhino have also made the Cargo Box with a dual...

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Posted by on Feb 2, 2016 in Arts, MTN Town Magazine, Sponsors | 0 comments

BreckCreate: Breckenridge Creative Arts

BreckCreate: Breckenridge Creative Arts

At a time when the arts struggle for funding in major cities, town and schools across America the Town of Breckenridge has impressively stepped up to make all disciplines a vital part of the community with BreckCreate: Breckenridge Creative Arts. Established in 2014, Breckenridge Creative Arts was developed by the Town to support and promote arts, culture, and creative experiences throughout Breckenridge. The nonprofit organization is responsible for the successful management of a series of programs, facilities, and partnerships that collectively bring to life the cultural corridor in the heart of downtown Breckenridge. Breckenridge Creative Arts, also dubbed BreckCreate (kind of like RecCreate), or BCA, is headed by arts and festival veteran Robb Woulfe who moved to Breckenridge following a long and successful career as the Executive and Artistic Director of the internationally lauded Ann Arbor Summer Festival. As President and CEO of BreckCreate, he envisions the initiative as “making Breckenridge a world-leading creative destination.” Towards that purpose, Breckenridge Creative Arts has three main responsibilities, according to Woulfe. The first...

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Posted by on Dec 15, 2015 in Homes and Realty, MTN Town Magazine, Sponsors, Treks & Travels | 0 comments

Top 10 Local Secrets in Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Top 10 Local Secrets in Steamboat Springs, Colorado

We are spilling the beans with the Top 10 Local Secrets in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Every local knows a few secrets about their town, in Steamboat Springs we are spilling the beans with our list of secrets in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.  From champagne powder,  Winter Carnival and everything in between, Steamboat has some secrets you won’t want to miss. Whether you come for a weekend, staying for a week, or calling Steamboat Springs home, there’s something for everyone here in Steamboat. And if you find yourself falling in love with this town and you’re looking for a more permanent place to wax your skis, search the entire MLS and check out Steamboat Springs Real Estate for additional information on real estate and life in Steamboat Springs. Call, text or email should you want more information on Steamboat Springs. Charlie Dresen – 970-846-6435 Charlie@SteamboatsMyHome.com Steamboat Sotheby’s International...

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Posted by on Nov 5, 2015 in Events, Skiing & Snowboarding, Sponsors, Wellness & Yoga | 0 comments

Know Before You Go – Avalanche Awareness Program

Know Before You Go – Avalanche Awareness Program

The Colorado Avalanche Information Center and the Utah Avalanche Center reached a HUGE milestone this week with Know Before You Go. This week the two organizations are officially launching the new Know Before You Go avalanche awareness program intended for distribution across North America.  This is a very ambitious program and involved many dozens of supporters and contributors.  Aaron Carlson,Executive Director of Friends of CAICsaid “We are exhausted but very proud of the results. Our goal is to reach an estimated 300,000 backcountry users this winter across North America and to deliver the message that they can get out in the snow, have fun, and come home alive by following some simple guidelines”.   Avalanches kill on average 39 people each year in North America. Hundreds more are injured. Avalanche awareness and education are key for backcountry users to have fun and stay alive. The KBYG program was developed in 2004 to raise avalanche awareness among inexperienced backcountry users, particularly those in junior high and high school. Since then nearly 200,000...

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