Colorado Family Fun
- 4-night stay for a family of 4 at a 4-star Colorado mountain resort
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Colorado Family Fun
Enjoy a 4-night stay for a family of 4 at a Colorado resort of your choice in one of the following mountain towns: Keystone, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Vail or Crested Butte.
The United States offers more than 400 ski resorts across the country, and some of the best mountain towns are located in the state of Colorado.
Keystone is a kids’ winter paradise — offering daily activities such as ski parades, face painting, snowball launches, animal track education adventures, and a giant snow castle to explore at the top of the mountain. Keystone also is home to two ice skating lakes and some of the tastiest and most award-wining, family-friendly restaurants you’ll find on any mountain.
Beaver Creek offers miles upon miles of slopes ranging from wide open and serene to steep glades and long mogul runs. Beaver Creek Village is filled with shopping, dining, and weekly activities, where you can delight in the details and feel inspired by your surroundings in a breathtaking alpine setting.
The town of Breckenridge is home to rich history and culture, great restaurants, shopping, and endless activities beyond skiing, such as zip lining and dog-sledding. Breckenridge is made up of 5 distinct peaks with terrain ranging from mellow rolling learning greens to majestic high alpine chutes and bowls.
Adventure is always in season at Vail. With 166 miles of hiking trails, 343 miles of mountain biking trails, and 86 miles of rolling river, Vail’s exhilarating summer recreation allows guests to come alive in the great outdoors. In winter, Vail’s wide variety of terrain and 5,289 skiable acres are a winter athlete’s dream. Vail is truly a one-of-a-kind destination.
Crested Butte is known for some of the best lift-served extreme terrain in the nation. The town of Crested Butte is also one of those few places that can still be called a real Colorado ski town. There are no traffic lights, no chain stores and no high-rise buildings, meticulously preserved and reminiscent of its mining days.