The charming resort town of Vail, Colorado, should be at the top of your bucket list when visiting the Centennial State. It might be small, but it’s known for massive amounts of world-class snow sports and the largest ski mountain in the state. However, you don’t have to be a skier to enjoy everything Vail has to offer. While everyone around you might be exploring the powdery white slopes near White River National Forest, there are plenty of activities, both adventurous and relaxing, for you to enjoy on the lowland.
It can be dispiriting to see your kids wasting the prime of their life by being couch potatoes. You know well enough that youth is fleeting and it needs to be enjoyed as much as possible. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun, as well. Here are four thrilling activities for the whole family. Continue reading “Can’t Get the Kids off the Couch? 4 Thrilling Activities for the Whole Family”
The Colorado Rockies are famous for providing some of the best skiing in the entire nation with a mountain for just about everyone. The state is home to 25 ski areas and two of the country’s most-visited ski resorts, Vail Mountain and Breckenridge, which each average over 1.6 million annual visits, according to Travel + Leisure.
But which are the very best places to ski down Colorado’s gorgeous slopes?
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Interested to try skiing for the first time? There’s no time like the present. Here are a just a few reasons why you should try skiing this winter:
It’s a Great Way to Get Fit
Skiing is an excellent calorie burner. You can burn up to 3000 calories in six hours just shooting down the slopes. It offers aerobic, cardio and strength training all in one. And it’s good for your mental health too. This is one the few holidays where you could return home lighter and fitter than when you left.
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