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Loveland Ski Area

Phone

303-571-5580

Toll Free

800-736-3SKI (736-3754)
Exit 216   Interstate 70
Georgetown, CO 80444
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Loveland ski area is located right off of Route 70 on the way to Summit County. It opened the slopes to skiers in 1936. The ski area started with just a portable tow rope in the area is that is now known as Loveland Basin. The Loveland Ski Area is the Loveland Basin and Loveland Valley combined.  The Basin and Valley used to be connected by a double chairlift, but now they have a bus running between the two of them. Loveland Ski Area has the second highest ski lift in North America and is one of the highest ski areas with a summit in Colorado! 

Peak 1 Express

Phone

970-724-7241

Toll Free

855-GO-PEAK1 (467-3251)
505 S Main St
Breckenridge, CO 80424
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Are you looking for an inexpensive, comfortable way to travel to the mountains? We have the answer for you! Peak 1 Express offers airport shuttles and charters to and from Summit County. We also run private charters to the Vail area, Aspen, Winter Park, and more. For your convenience, Peak 1 Express has the earliest shuttles leaving Summit County to go to DIA and the latest shuttles going to Summit County from DIA.

Breckenridge Whitewater Rafting

Phone

970-423-7031

Toll Free

877-RAFTING (723-8464)
505 S Main St
Breckenridge, CO 80424
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Exploring the beauty of Colorado is one of the most incredible things you will ever get the opportunity to experience. Exploring on the river in a raft can be even better. Colorado white water rafting is the adventure of a lifetime for some people! At Breckenridge White Water, we have the most skilled, dedicated, and most enthusiastic outdoor guides to give you a magnificent tour on one of the rivers that we offer rafting on.

Idaho Springs

Nestled right along the Clear Creek, 30 minutes west of Denver, Idaho Springs was founded in 1859 by prospectors during the Gold Rush. This town was the first substantial gold discovery during the 19th century. Rafting, zip lining, hiking, mine tours and hot springs are the biggest attractions to draw people to Idaho Springs. As mentioned earlier, the Clear Creek runs right along the entirety of the town. 
Because of this, many rafting companies call Idaho Springs home. Most companies will shuttle their guests to different sections of the river and will run an advanced, intermediate and beginner trip, so there is something for the whole family! Zip lining is a new fad, with a few courses just opening in the past year. Zipping is definitely an exhilarating thrill to experience in the Idaho Springs area. Have you always wanted to climb a 14,000 foot mountain but aren’t so sure about the hike up to the elevation? Check out Mt. Evans (14,265 fee) and the road leading up to it, the highest paved road in North America, so you can bag a “14-er” without having to exert too much effort! Idaho Springs is also the home to Gray’s and Torrey’s peaks (other 14,000 peaks), as well as Squaw Mountain, all breathtakingly beautiful hikes. Idaho Springs is the town that brought many prospectors to Colorado in the 19th century, so it is no mystery why mining tours and gold mining are a big tourist attraction. The Argo mine tour located right on the Clear Creek is a must-see for mining lovers, open daily 9:00 am -6:00 pm, weather dependant. Phoenix Gold Mine is another mine that delivers tours, both great daytime activities. After you finish the mining tour, the guides will teach you to gold pan, and then give you the chance to try your luck! Idaho Springs is a small town, with vast amounts of activities, shops, restaurants, and other attractions.  

Fort Collins

Fort Collins ColoradoAbout 60 miles north of the capital city of Denver, a Fort Collins vacation offers endless variety both in town and in the surrounding area. Similar to Boulder, Fort Collins is also considered by many to be a college town as Colorado State University is located here.
One popular landmark of the area is the Horsetooth Reservoir. Very populated in the summer months, Horsetooth is a draw to visitors and locals with it’s countless biking and hiking trails, fishing, kayaking and swimming.

Nine microbreweries call Fort Collins home, including the famed New Belgium Brewing Company and the Odell Brewing Company. The Colorado Brewer Festival is held in Fort Collins in June each year as well. Those Fort Collins folks really enjoy their brew!

Since the Cache La Poudre River, Colorado's only "Wild and Scenic" river, is so close by, whitewater rafting is a big appeal for many who visit Fort Collins. Rafting happens on both the lower and upper Poudre River as well as a section of the river called the Mishawaka Falls, but even a hiking trip or scenic drive in the area will reward with stunning views

With over 300 days of sunshine each year, Fort Collins provides visitors with countless events and activities taking place throughout the city each year; including concerts, bike rides, art shows, and the Colorado Marathon, which ends in Fort Collins each year.  The list of things to do in Fort Collins is practically endless.

Historic Old Town Fort Collins is a fun way to spend your day browsing the eclectic shops and dining in the fantastic restaurants. If Old Town appears familiar to you, it may be because Main Street USA in Disney World is modeled after Fort Collin’s Old Town historic section! Fort Collins is a wonderful place to stay a few days on your journey around Colorado.

Estes Park

Estes Park Colorado VacationSituated at the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park is one of the most visited areas in the state of Colorado.
Just over 7,000 feet above sea level, Estes Park offers access to Trail Ridge Road, one of America's Byways, and a destination in its own right.  Trail Ridge Road runs through Rocky Mountain National Park to the town of Grand Lake and offers spectacular views, frequent wildlife sightings and access to the many hiking trails that crisscross the park as it reaches an elevation of over 12,000 feet. Trail Ridge Road also crosses the Continental Divide at Milner Pass and is almost 50 miles long. Usually closed during the snowy winter months, Trail Ridge is a popular tourist attraction

One of the most famous attractions to Estes Park is the Stanley Hotel, located right outside the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. The Stanley Hotel is the inspiration for Stephen King’s famed novel The Shining. Tours and ghost hunts are available daily at the Stanley Hotel, and are a popular draw to visitors of Estes Park.

Among the many things to do in Estes Park, the area is considered home to some of the best hiking and climbing in the United States with an abundance of trails located in Rocky Mountain National Park. Whether you are looking for a trek to waterfall, a camping trip along the continental divide or just a peaceful nature walk, Rocky Mountain National Park and Estes have what you need. Check out the visitor center located right at the east entrance to the park and talk to one of the knowledgeable park rangers about all the happenings in the park.

The town of Estes Park has no shortage of activities and events either. Take a stroll along Main St. in the town and visit the many stores to grab a true Colorado souvenir. Multiple events take place each year including concertsfine art shows, car shows, rubber ducky races, an elk fest, amongst others. Estes Park is a beautiful location that is not to be missed when travelling to Colorado.

Breckenridge Resort

Phone

(970) 453-5000

Toll Free

800-789-SNOW (7669)
320 N. Park Ave
Breckenridge, CO 80424
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Perched on the Ten Mile Range in the historic mining town of Breckenridge, Colorado, Breck Ski Resort offers 2358 acres of skiing and snowboarding on 155 trails.  Terrain ranges from beginner to expert on Peaks 7, 8, 9, and 10 with a planned expansion onto Peak 6.  Breckenridge is open for skiing from November to April and reopens for summer mountain biking, hiking, and activities at the Peak 8 Fun Park from June to September.

Beaver Run Resort

Phone

970-453-6000

Toll Free

800-265-3560
620 Village Road   P.O. Box 2115
Breckenridge, CO 80424
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Tiger Run RV Park

Phone

(970) 453-9690

Toll Free

(800) 895-9594
85 Revett Drive
Breckenridge, CO 80424
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Open 365 days a year, Tiger Run Resort accommodates RV's just north of the town of Breckenridge.  With a 12,000 square foot clubhouse, a range of sporting facilities and a fantastic riverside location, you won't run out of fun activities at Tiger Run.  Spacious, full-hook up lots include a concrete pad, picnic table, and grass lawn.  Water and free wifi are also available for all lots.  Visit our website for rates and more.

Vail

Vail ColoradoTucked in heart of Colorado, the resort town of Vail has become synonymous with unrivaled skiing and snowboarding.  With 5,289 acres, 7 bowls, 193 trails, and 31 lifts, Vail is unparalleled in the ski industry.  Whether it’s easy groomed runs, steep powder runs, moguls, glades, or terra
Beyond skiing, there are plenty of other things to do in Vail.  Off the mountain, Vail’s villages provide top notch lodging, and dining.  Properties include ski-in, ski-out and sweeping views of the surrounding peaks.  Restaurants range from casual family joints to five-star menus by top chefs.  Non-skiers (and skiers seeking a day away from the hill) will have no problem filling their Vail vacation with spa treatments, dog sledding, sleigh rides, snow tubing, shopping, and more. 

Summer in Vail is just as captivating as the winter.  Spend a day on the greens at the Vail Golf Club.  Ride the gondola up the slopes and explore Vail’s ski trails when they are covered in wildflowers instead of in snow.  Hop on a road bike and take on the switchbacks of Vail Pass.  Or experience one of the many guided adventures around Vail, including whitewater rafting, horseback riding, and fly fishing.  Families with little ones will enjoy Adventure Ridge, where mini golf, an aerial challenge course, and motor tours are just some of the fun!