All Posts Tagged With: "Colorado"
Aspen/Snowmass, anywhere else this would be four separate vacations. ItΓÇÖs not just one mountain ΓÇô itΓÇÖs Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk. With four choices and 5,303 acres, decide which mountain fits your passion. Snowmass, so many runs, so much variety ΓÇô cruisers, steeps, glades, off-piste, terrain parks, superpipe and the longest lift-served vertical [...]24Nov2008 | Virtual Bird's Eye | 0 comments | Continued
Located in the White River National Forest just an hour from Denver, Keystone is home to three magnificent mountain playgroundsΓÇöDercum Mountain, North Peak, and The Outback.┬á ThereΓÇÖs something special for every skier and rider of any level at each mountain. There are more than 3,000 vertical feet and over 3,000 acres of bowls, bumps, glades, [...]24Nov2008 | Virtual Bird's Eye | 0 comments | Continued
Why ski Colorado? Summit County, Colorado offers the longest ski season in the Western U.S. This season, Copper is open from November 2, 2007 to April 14, 2007. And Colorado is renowned for its sunny, blue-sky days along with some of the best powder in the world. Copper is one of Summit County’s largest ski [...]24Nov2008 | Virtual Bird's Eye | 0 comments | Continued
Vail boasts three distinct areas of the mountain, each with their own features and fortes, including three terrain parks, seven bowls and 5,289 acres of freeride terrain. At seven miles wide, finding fresh tracks is as easy as finding elbow room. In fact, on an average day, there are only two skiers per acre, and [...]24Nov2008 | Virtual Bird's Eye | 0 comments | Continued
At the gate, you leave everyday life behind. That’s why people travel to Beaver Creek, Colorado from all over the world, and many make it a tradition. The drama of rock and sky, the sheer grandeur of this place, is one reason. That it is North America’s World Cup mountain is another. It is also [...]24Nov2008 | Virtual Bird's Eye | 0 comments | Continued
Seven thousand feet up in the Colorado Rockies, nestled quietly below one of the largest ski mountains in North America, sits a small ranching community that serves as a constant reminder that the Old West is alive and well. Never far from its ranching roots, Steamboat remains24Nov2008 | Virtual Bird's Eye | 0 comments | Continued