If you're traveling with your family, enjoy a variety of family-friendly activities-from rafting to horseback riding and biking.
10 Things to Do At a Colorado Ski Resort
You came to conquer a mountain, to stay in the lap of luxury and to experience everything that a Colorado ski resort has to offer. While skiing and snowboarding are typically at the top of most people’s “to do” lists when they visit a Colorado ski town, there is so much more to experience than epic powder days.
Best experienced when the sun goes down and the lights go up, skating (in the center of many of the mountain villages) is a dazzling excursion that is both relaxing and refreshing.
Take a break from tearing down the mountain on your feet and kick back on a snow tube. There’s no place like a tubing hill for the whole family to get in some laughs and make a few memories.
With splendid mountain views and unique village boutiques, shopping in a mountain resort is completely different than any other place on earth. Discover one-of-a-kind items you simply won’t find anywhere else, plus all the exclusive ski gear from top brands you’ve come to love.
Experience the mountain from a whole new position. Riding a snow bike! Mount this modified bicycle (with skis instead of wheels) and hit the slopes for a whole new ride.
Located in Breckenridge, the Gold Runner Alpine Coaster is part roller coaster, part mountain tour and all excitement. There are one- or two-seat cars available, and you control the speed of the car.
With locally inspired spa treatments and positively lavish rooms, these signature spas will melt away every tension. Pick an all-day package or stop in for a relaxing midday massage. These spas are the pinnacle of luxury.
There is no experience quite like skiing at night. While it requires you to stay on the slopes for a few more hours (which is likely not a problem at all), the difference between sunlit and moonlit skiing is unforgettable.
Travel back in time when you hop aboard a horse-drawn sleigh. With blankets and hot cocoa to keep you warm, you’ll venture across the snowy landscape to a remote ranch for a gourmet dinner.
You don’t have to live in the Arctic to experience the thrill of dog sledding. Get the chance right here in Colorado to mush a team through Rocky Mountain splendor.
For experienced, adventurous skiers who want to venture beyond the lifts, Cat vehicles are the ticket to pristine backwoods trails and miles of untracked powder.
Colorado ski resorts offer an abundance of things to do during the day or at night. You’re coming to ski but remember how much more there is to enjoy both on and off the mountain.
Don't Forget About Summer: Why Staying A Mile High Is So Much Fun
If you thought that the Rocky Mountains only offered entertainment in the winter months, think again.
Here are just a few reasons why you should experience summer a mile (or more) high:
Award-Winning Golf Courses
With courses designed by Tom Fazio, Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman and more, a golf experience at any one of the RockResorts® golf courses will give you a run for your money.
You don’t have to be a pro to appreciate our courses that are designed to complement the splendid mountain views. You might find yourself (almost) forgetting all about keeping score.
RockResorts Spas® Will Transport You to a World of Relaxation
In keeping with the RockResorts concept that luxury amenities and lodging should enhance the natural beauty surrounding them, all of the spas have packages that are inspired by the mountains just steps from the spa doors.
Choose from indulgent body therapies such as the Sunrise Coffee Scrub or the Alpine Glow, or get an Escape package and enjoy three separate 50-minute services. When you set foot in one of our spas, all of your daily worries and stressors melt away.
Gourmet Dining Experiences Around Every Corner
You don’t have to be in the middle of a metropolis to enjoy world-class dining.
Chefs come from all over the world to prepare locally inspired cuisine in the Rocky Mountains. With unique, rustic ingredients in abundance, restaurants in Vail, Beaver Creek and Breckenridge make sumptuous, revitalizing meals that not only nourish your body, but your soul as well.
Resort towns in the Rocky Mountains never stop being a haven for people who enjoy the finer things in life and know that beauty can be found both outdoors and indoors. There’s fun and relaxation for any age at any time of year in the mountains!