So you’ve found that perfect property for your family ski vacation in Keystone. Now what? Months to Weeks Ahead 1. Search for discount lift tickets or consider buying a season pass. Typically a season pass will pay for itself after 4-5 days on the mountain. Look early though, because most resorts stop selling season passes … Continue reading Your Colorado Ski Vacation is Just Around the Corner.. Now What?
Packing for a ski trip requires a little more thought than the ordinary trip, as there is alot of gear and clothing involved. When packing your clothes, remember: Layers are your friends and cotton is not. Cotton holds moisture in and will actually make you colder if it becomes wet. Blended ‘wicking’ fabrics and layers … Continue reading Ski Vacation Packing List
Holiday Travel 2010 There are three months left in shopping until the holidays and you should be shopping for more than just gifts. Property Managers (including good ole SummitCove) and Airlines are currently offering promotions to early bookings for the winter Holiday season. Airline Fares are expected to rise 20 to 30% above last year’s … Continue reading Early Bird Gets the Worm
The Ins & Outs of Planning a Trip to Keystone OK, so it looks like you have decided on coming to Keystone. That’s great! Now what? (faint crickets in the background) Keystone can be a confusing place to come to if you don’t really know the area. There are a few different routes you can … Continue reading Planning a Vacation to Keystone