Halloween Costumes, Winter Gear, and Lodging Deals…oh my!

Now that November is upon us the mountains are starting to accumulate snow and open their doors for those excited for the season. Denverites are no exception and next time you’re looking for something wonderful to spend the weekend on, consider a trip to the high country to get away from the hustle and bustle of downtown living. You could hit the slopes, take a walk through the picturesque mountain towns, or simply curl up in a cozy mountain cabin with a good book.

Cookie Monster hungry....mmm, cookie cookie cookie!

Cookie Monster hungry....mmm, cookie cookie cookie!

If you’ve read some of my earlier posts you’ll know that I am part of Vail Resorts 2011-2012 Sprint Snow Squad blog team; a group of dedicated men and women who tirelessly keep readers up to date with anything and everything related to skiing in Colorado (more specifically at Vail Resorts). Since I started working in late October I’ve had the pleasure to attend some pretty amazing events, including the A-Basin’s Halloween weekend, which was filled with all kinds of crazy, silly, and scary costumes. Just recently I got to attend the 2011 Colorado Ski and Snowboard Expo at the Colorado Convention Center downtown, and it was a blast! Every resort you could imagine was there, as well as great deals on equipment, apparel and winter gear for the upcoming ski season. If you want to see either of those event’s in detail please click here to go to Buzz.snow.com’s Photo Gallery website.

Last but not least, I published a dispatch on the great early season lodging deals at Breckenridge and Keystone this upcoming year. Some include fantastic giveaways like free Epic Passes, free Ipads, free Camelbacks, and free night’s stays…many of which can be used anytime during the season! But hurry, they don’t call them “Early Season” deals for nothing as most need to be purchased/booked by the end of this week. So what are you waiting for? Check it out at http://buzz.snow.com/members/Chris-Yonushewski/default.aspx?cmpid=SOC00407


Posted on November 7, 2011, in Snow Squad Dispatches. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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