The end of March brought with it a lot of snow, a blizzard hit the Denver area with 1 to 2 feet of snow falling on March 23rd. This was perfect timing for Spring Break skiers and riders to enjoy the powder, but with one catch: only if they could actually get to the mountains. Denver International … Continue reading The Age Old Question: Should I Purchase Travel Insurance for My Colorado Vacation?
The SummitCove team recently had the pleasure of experiencing a dinner sleigh ride with 2 Below Zero. We all gathered at the Frisco Nordic Center, bundled up on a chilly December night. We were all really looking forward to the dinner sleigh ride with 2 Below Zero! Check-in was easy and soon we were split … Continue reading A Night Under the Stars- Winter Dinner Sleigh Ride with 2 Below Zero
Long gone are the days of paper, pens, maps, pay phones, and guess work. Smartphones and tablets have made life easy, offering new experiences, better ways to stay organized, and the ability to access limitless information literally at your fingertips. Check out the list we’ve compiled of the Top 5 Apps you should download before … Continue reading Top 5 Apps to Download Before Your Keystone Ski Trip
Keystone is one of the most family-friendly ski resorts in the world, but there’s far more to do with your kids while visiting than just ski! We’ve got a few of our favorite family activities listed below for you to check out while you are visiting Keystone! Ice Skating at Keystone Lake A must-do while … Continue reading Five Fun Activities to Do With Your Family in Keystone
One of our favorite things about Keystone Resort is Night Skiing! Keystone offers visitors with one of Colorado’s longest ski days- you can ski or ride long after nearly all the other mountains close. Your lift ticket is good all day and into the night! Watch the sun set over the beautiful Rocky Mountains while … Continue reading Night Skiing in Keystone, Colorado – A Must Try!
Feeding your family during a vacation can be tough. Long days, busy schedules, and high altitudes may make you want to order in pizza every night, but we’ve got a few recipes that will be easy to prepare and save you money by not eating out every night. The nice thing is that most of … Continue reading Easy Cooking in Your Ski Condo
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
Looking to take your skiing or riding skills abroad this winter? Your Vail Resorts Epic Pass now offers passholders THREE DAYS at Verbier Resort, Switzerland, including the 4 Vallées! The “4Vallées” ski area connects the resorts of Verbier, Nendaz, Veysonnaz, and Thyon. Comprised of 92 lifts and 412km of ski runs, Verbier is the largest … Continue reading Verbier, Switzerland Added to the Epic Pass!
What is a Colorado Ski Passport? For the past 16 years, over 200,000 families have participated in Colorado Ski Country USA’s 5th Grade Passport Program. The program was established in 1996 and more than 200,000 kids have participated in the program since then. This year, the 5th Grade Passport Program provides participants with three free … Continue reading Colorado Ski Passports Mean Free Skiing for Kids
Winter is coming and there is snow in Summit County! These two photos were taken from Hoosier pass this morning! The leaves are golden and there’s plenty of leaf peeping to do in Summit County over the next … Continue reading Snow in Summit County!