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High Altitude Travel Tips

Want some ideas on how to pack for your next trip to Colorado's high country? How about some safe winter driving tips or how to avoid altitude sickness? You've come to the right place. Check out the great blogs below!

Spring in the Rocky Mountains can be a fickle time. Skiing is variable at best and the trails are too snow covered or muddy to allow for hiking or mountain biking. Locals refer to spring as mud season since the melting snow causes the trails...

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Mountain golfing under a rainbow

Emerald grass extends before you with towering lodgepole pines framing the finely manicured fairway. Jagged mountain ridges rise above the pristine green as a gentle breeze flutters the brightly colored flag of the first hole. You square up your sun soaked shoulders and take a...

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While it may seem like winter skiing is never coming to an end with this snowy weather we’ve been experiencing, some would argue that the best is still ahead: spring skiing! Those sunny days and the softer, more forgiving snow can make for best of...

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Frisco is affectionately referred to as “Main Street of the Rockies” due its dramatic setting at the foot of Mount Royal and the Ten Mile Mountain Rage. You can gaze to the north and see Buffalo Mountain, a prominent bald and rounded peak that is...

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The first measurable snow of the season made its way through Summit County this past week, dropping more than a foot of snow in some areas and prompting Arapahoe Basin to announce it will open for the first day of the season this Friday, Oct...

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The Colorado high country is known for panoramic views and — from mid-September to early October — stunning fall colors. In Summit County, we become enveloped with the golden glow of changing Aspens. The crisp fall air brings a new chill, but something about bundling...

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