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H & H Motor Lodge

Phone

(303)567-2838

Toll Free

800-445-2893
2445 Colorado Blvd
Idaho Springs, CO 80452
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Clean, quiet, affordable rooms, within minutes of ski areas, casinos, and year round activities. Relax in our hot tub and sauna. Group discounts, and rooms for families. Convenient to I-70, gateway to the Rockies.

Buena Vista

Buena Vista Colorado VacationMeaning “Beautiful View” in Spanish, Buena Vista is located in the Upper Arkansas River Valley. There are numerous things to do in Buena Vista, and it is a mecca for rafting, hiking, fly-fishing and camping.
The surrounding Collegiate Peaks include Mt. Princeton, Mt. Yale, Mt. Columbia, and Mt. Harvard, all of which top 14,000 feet in elevation.  Their close vicinity makes hiking a “fourteener” (or four!) easy to check off the bucket list on your Buena Vista vacation.

Buena Vista’s location is referred to as the “Banana Belt" because Buena Vista lies in a wide valley that boasts an alpine desert environment with milder temperatures than nearby communities, such as those on the I-70 corridor.  It's temperate climate only adds to its appeal as the destination of choice for the outdoor enthusiast.

Buena Vista was established in 1879 as a railroad town servicing the Denver & Rio Grande, South Park & Pacific, and Colorado Midland railroads. Buena Vista still has a strong connection to its mining and railroad roots. Many of these sites still exist today and allow for fascinating and beautiful excursions by four-wheeling, mountain biking or hiking.

St. Elmo, one of the best-preserved ghost towns in the country, is only 30 minutes from town and a popular local attraction. St. Elmo’s largest mine was the Mary Murphy Mine, which recovered over $60,000,000 worth of gold while in operation.

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Durango

Durango Colorado VacationFounded in 1880, by the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, Durango started out as a mining town.  While the center of town continues to have a historic feel, the various cultural and outdoor attractions have helped Durango grow to become the largest town in Southwestern Colorado.  It won’t ta
Durango’s unique attractions include the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, Mesa Verde National Park’s ancient cliff dwellings, and San Juan National Forest.  Multiple art galleries, museums, breweries, and boutiques provide a vibrant downtown culture, and Durango is considered one of the top college towns in the country.

Those seeking to enjoy the surrounding wilderness will be amazed at all the things to do in Durango.  Take advantage of the extensive mountain bike trail system, whitewater rafting on the Animas River, and stunning scenery.  In the winter, Durango Mountain Resort offers skiing, snowboarding, snowcat trips, snowmobiling, and more.

Durango hosts events year round, including festivals, art fairs, live music and more.  Lodging packages that provide deals on hotels, train rides, and family activities are also available throughout the year.

Whether you want to get back to nature, immerse yourself in local culture, or simply relax, you'll find what you're looking for with a Durango vacation.

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Arapahoe Basin Ski Area

Phone

970-468-0718

Toll Free

888-ARAPAHOE (272-7246)
28194 US Hwy 6
Keystone, CO 80435
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Ski the Legend!  Arapahoe Basin ski resort has earned a reputation over the years as a locals’ favorite because of its amazing terrain and down-to-earth vibe.  Trails range from groomed beginner and intermediate slopes to some of the most exciting advanced and expert terrain in Colorado.  Started in 1946, A-Basin offers the highest elevation terrain for skiing anywhere in North America and typically has the longest ski season of any ski area in the state.

Copper Mountain Resort

Phone

866.841.2481

Toll Free

866.841.2481
209 Ten Mile Circle
Copper Mountain, CO 80443
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Located off interstate 70 just an hour and forty minutes from downtown Denver, Copper Mountain resort offers world class skiing on 2,465 acres.  Copper naturally divided terrain allows beginning skiers and snowboarders to enjoy milder terrain without worry about finding themselves on an expert run, while more advanced snowsports enthusiasts can enjoy expert terrain and bowl skiing, including free cat skiing on Tucker Mountain.  Copper boasts 22 chairs and 126 marked trails and is typically open from early November through mid-April.  Rentals for skiing, snowboarding, telemark sk

Keystone Resort

Phone

970-496-1470

Toll Free

888-697-0785
100 Dercum Square
Keystone, CO 80435
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Keystone was founded in 1970 by Max and Edna Decrum. Offering 3,148 skiable acres, it is the largest mountain in Summit County. Not only is Keystone amazing for skiing and snowboarding during the day, but it has the largest night skiing operation available in Colorado.  Keystone offers a couple of terrain parks and offers the only park that is open at night.

Winter Park Resort

Phone

970-726-1564

Toll Free

800-977-7669
85 Parsenn Rd
Winter Park, CO 80482
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Offering skiing and snowboarding in the winter and mountain biking in the summer, Winter Park has it all! The Winter Park Resort is a combination of four ski areas. They consist of Winter Park, Mary Jane, Vasquez Cirque, and Vasquez Ridge. A series of chairlifts and ski trails connect the mountains, making it possible to ski all of them in the same day.