Monthly Archives: March 2011
Vail Colorado Vacation Activities
Yesterday a few of us had the opportunity to try out ski biking in Vail with Adventure Ridge. It was by far the coolest thing I’ve done here in Vail since I moved out here. The first run was fun, as we went through some greens, some blues and then we went through some moguls. Next run was even better because this time we got to go through trees…YEAH TREES…totally sick!!!! Not to mention that we had so much pow from all the snow we’ve been getting lately. I got some air on a few of the tree runs! You HAVE to try this out.
The second run was probably the best because all the way we just went through trees and it was dark so the head lamp came in handy. For those of you that haven’t tried this or are considering ski biking I say DO IT!!! Contact Adventure Ridge for details and have an awesome time.
-If you have ski boots bring those, the ski blade attachments won’t work on snowboard boots (if you don’t have ski boots Adventure Ridge has them)
-Bring a helmet (it’ll be easier to attach the head lamp then if you’re just wearing a beanie and also for safety and Adventure Ridge does not provide you with those)
- wear appropriate ski gear, it is a late afternoon/evening thing so it will be chilly
- Go through the trees…don’t miss out and definitely do the moguls.
Breckenridge has got the Spring Fever and it’s starting this Friday! The 2011 Spring Fever festival, presented by Cadillac, will take place April 1-24, 2011. Spring Fever will take place at Breckenridge Ski Resort as the town and mountain welcome visitors to one of the best times of the year for skiing, riding, and exciting events. Spring in Breck is widely known for having the best snow in Colorado, along with sunny bluebird days, special events, and great deals for guests. What better way to send off this year’s incredible ski season than with Breck Spring Fever?
Special events include free concerts, poker tournaments, EpixMixers, restaurant specials, ski tours, BBQs, ski and snowboard camps, races, extended park hours, sidewalk sales, Breck Spring Beer Festival, Imperial Challenge, Après Ski Bar Crawl, Mascot Olympics, World’s Highest Torchlight Parade, Weekend-Long Easter Egg Hunt and MUCH more!
Bud Light Concert Series: 3 – 5pm
Saturday, April 2- The Flobots
Sunday, April 3- Cornmeal
Saturday, April 9- The Wailers
Sunday, April 10- Ozomatli
Saturday, April 16- Moe.
Sunday, April 17- DeVotchKa
“After Fever” Riverwalk Concert: 5:30 – 7pm
Saturday, April 2- Platinum Rockstars
Friday, April 15- Moses Jones
The snow is plentiful and the deals are great! Call one of our Friendly. Knowledgeable. Locals. ® in Breckenridge at 1-855-277-7794 to learn about how you can save up to 40% on lodging while enjoying Breck’s Spring Fever Festival!
Vail Colorado Dining Tips: It’s been close to two months now since I’ve been living in the Vail area and I’ve had a chance to try out different restaurants around Vail, Edwards and Avon. Of course I’ve made a few of these places my regular hangouts. Here is a list of a few places definitely worth checking out while you’re in town with a little info on each. Please keep in mind there are several other places in each location but I’m just listing the places I’ve been to the most since I’ve lived here. I’m sure the list will get bigger.
The George: Great place to chill apres ski. They have a $4 you-call-it for happy hour. It’s kind of a hidden basement location but it’s easy to get to, it’s right before the covered bridge as you enter the Village. It’s a mix of people actually, you see a lot of out-of-towners but a lot of locals do end up going to The George so for me, it’s nice to see familiar faces every time I head over there. If you go to the back room they have pool tables and the most amazing lazy-boy like couches. I have yet to try the food there but I hear it’s pretty good and not overpriced.
Tap Room: Kinda tricky to find. It’s all the way at the end of the Village, past the fountain and it’s in the second floor of the Vista Bahn Building, so yeah go into that building and right up the stairs as you come in. When you first walk in you see the bar but there are some tables to the left. If you want more sitting area, you can go to the back and there you’ll find more tables and places. Oh and one more thing, recently I was there and in the back room next to one of the tables there was a coin operated massage chair…kinda random but just thought I’d throw that out there. (www.taproomvail.com)
Moe’s: OK, by far the best BBQ place I’ve been to since I’ve been here. The way it works: You walk in, check out the menu on the board, place your order, find a table, wait for your order to be called up and get your grub on. The pulled pork and pulled chicken was very flavourable and the mac ‘n cheese was on point. Cool hangout, cool people, a must go if you’re wondering around Lionshead and the prices are pretty descent. (www.moesoriginalbbq.com)
Garfs: Really called Garfinkel’s but everyone knows it as Garfs. So this place is a bar and a restaurant. It’s a great place to eat outside during the day because you have the mountain pretty much right in front of you. Food is pretty good and atmosphere is pretty chill. They have karaoke on Saturday night I think starting at around 9:00pm if I remember correctly. After my friends and I found out about the karaoke we started heading there on Saturday nights to enjoy the show a bit. (http://garfsvail.com)
Eat and Drink: My roommates and I ended up here by accident, we were trying to go to Dish (which is above this restaurant) and ended up there instead. Not a bad accident to have though! This place serves a wide variety of wines and cheeses. I was able to get manchego cheese for my house. This is a nice place to just relax, enjoy some wine and pair it with cheese. This is exactly what we did, we relaxed, enjoyed the wine (the special was Tempranillo that evening) and had a great time. The staff was very friendly. (www.eatdrinkinc.com)
Sato Sushi: Probably one of the best Sushi I’ve had in a long time. I had the Albacore. This was actually a suggestions by another local I met that same day and I absolutely loved it. (www.satosushiedwards.com)
Zacazza: Brick Oven Pizza is pretty much the reason we came over here. It is super close to where I live and pretty much across the street from the Walmart. Pretty convenient all around! The combination of pizza and wine we had was amazing. Their salads were pretty good as well. Definitely a good pizza place outside of Vail Village. (www.zaccaza.com)
Paddy’s: A local pub in Avon is a great chill place all around. They usually have pretty good drink specials like bottomless mimosa specials. The menu is pretty diverse they have sandwiches, burgers, chili (amazing), fish and chips, the usual pub menu pretty much. One thing I must warn you though is that the service can be a little slow but that hasn’t kept me from going there on a regular basis. (www.paddysvail.com)
I think this gives a pretty good idea of what kind of places there are around town and what kind of stuff there is to do around here. It just comes down to the atmosphere, people being super friendly and just a good time all around. For other suggestions on different cuisines I might not have mentioned here and for all your lodging needs, call one of our Friendly, Knowledgeable, Locals here at Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals.
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Colorado Festivals and Events: In its 21st year, the Taste of Vail is the nation’s premier spring food and wine festival, held at the largest ski resort in the US. Over 5,000 people are able to “taste the Vail Valley lifestyle” which showcases Vail’s world-famous resort village set against dramatic mountain vistas during this annual 3-day event. Participants will experience the Vail Valley’s world-class restaurants, fine wine poured by winemakers and winery owners from top wineries around the world, interactive seminars, auction and dance, the Colorado Lamb Cook Off, apres ski tasting and the popular mountaintop picnic sensory extravaganza at the top of Vail Mountain.
The exciting events are held at some of Vail’s greatest restaurants, bars, and hotels. Each morning, guests have the opportunity to take a 3 hour guided ski with a Vail Resorts ski instructor and a Taste of Vail Chef, winemaker, or sommelier. Top Chef contestant Kelly Liken will be cooking with Colorado Lamb and Belvedere Vodka on Thursday, prior to the 6th Annual Colorado Lamb Cook-Off and Apres Ski Tasting where you can sample and array of lamb dishes courtesy of Vail Valley’s finest chefs and the Colorado Lamb Board. Many more exciting seminars and events will occur throughout the festival, where guests are guaranteed to leave with a great Taste Of Vail! Contact us at Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals and let us take care of all your lodging needs so you can come visit for A Taste Of Vail!
Taste of Vail Mission Statement:
The Taste of Vail’s goal is to enhance Vail’s image, positioning and reputation as a world class international resort with serious commitment to fine food and to promote recognition of the Vail life style.
The event offers a variety of experiences on the mountain, in restaurants and classrooms to increase the attendee’s knowledge and enjoyment of food and wine.
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Aspen Vacation Events: Taste buds are a strange thing don’t you think? I’ve never really been one to eat anything spicy for as long as I can remember, but then one day over the summer I just started really liking it. I started off with mild and gradually grew to medium and now I can’t seem to eat much of anything without first looking for hot sauce. As everyone knows, it’s never a good idea to drink water with anything hot, so, for me, I love to pair my spicy meal with a good beer or wine. If you’re like me, then you probably want to go to the 8th Annual Snowmass Chili Pepper and Brew Fest!
Taking place on the weekend of June 3rd and 4th, there will be two chili competitions and tastings, over 70 brew samplings, and amazing musical performances. New to the festival this year will be a tent featuring European and exotic beers making this one of the most premiere music and beer festivals in the nation! Don’t forget that there is an after party at the Viceroy Hotel for all you crazy partiers. You will not want to miss this.
If you’re looking to try something new this year and enjoy good music, good food, and good beer be sure to book your trip now! Tickets are sure to sell out so make sure you get yours in advance. For more events, be sure to check out our events calendar in each of our destinations! And of course, contact your friendly, knowledgeable, locals at Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals for all your lodging needs at the festival. Check out the Snowmass Colorado Calendar of Events for more family fun!
Aspen Ski Vacation Events: Fashion has always been something that I followed closely growing and moving to a mountain town I feel like I haven’t even thought about it. Living in a town where wearing sweatshirts and spandex is the norm I was quick to be in a cultural shock after traveling to the city for the night. After making a quick trip to Denver Monday night I felt like I had been out of the fashion world for years when in reality it has only been a few months.
Aspen has been lucky enough to be enjoying the 2011 Aspen Fashion Week going on now and ending March 17th. Designers at this event will be presenting their 2011/2012 winter apparel. The show has been full of consumers, buyers, trendsetters, editors, and creative designers including Authier, Burton, Dannenmann, J. Crew, Marmot, and Sypder just to name a few.
So I have been proven wrong it looks as though fashion does exist in the mountains. Next year I will be sure to make it to the 2012 Aspen Fashion Week to catch up on all the winter gear and apparel. For lodging and information for the event make sure to contact your friendly, knowledgeable, locals at Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals.
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Beaver Creek Live Music
Where you in Vail for Fat Tuesday? If you weren’t….. you missed a GREAT free show by Frogs Gone Fishin’. The crowd was dancing, everyone was singing and the snow falling that night just made everything better. No worries, because you have another chance to catch them performing and this time they will be in Beaver Creek. This was my first time ever seeing them perform live and I loved it! Why not listen to live music after skiing or boarding at Arrowhead on the Broken Arrowhead Deck for Free!. Come to Broken Arrow located at the base of Chair 17, Arrow Bahn Express Lift.
Frogs Gone Fishin’ is a band who relies on harmonies, strong melody, and dynamic rhythms to keep their fans coming back. On any given night, the Frogs cut across genres and material from their two albums and never, ever, play the same set-list twice.
Ok so I bet you want to know where this is happening right and all the details?
Alright, check it!
Where: Broken Arrow Cafe at Arrowhead Edwards, CO
When: Sun, March 20, 2011
Time: 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Need help with lodging and activities to do in the area? Contact one of our Friendly, Knowledgeable, Locals here at Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals!
I’ve always been a bit of a music fanatic growing up. Though, with parents who are from a small village in China, I didn’t exactly have a broad range of music to choose from. Their music did help me develop an appreciation for cultural tunes though. It wasn’t until recently that I developed a love for jazz. I had an amazing opportunity over the summer to visit New Orleans twice and decided to stop into Preservation Hall, and thus, my love for jazz was born. I had no idea that I would find quality jazz in the middle of the mountains of Colorado, but I was pleasantly surprised by the discovery of Jazz Aspen Snowmass.
Like Preservation Hall, JAS aims to preserve Jazz in its purest form. Since 1991, the JAS hosts a June Festival filled with amazing performances. It is a ten day event with free and paid events featuring world-class musicians at the Benedict Music Tent. The entire line-up for the event hasn’t been announced yet, but it’s sure to be filled with performances that you don’t want to miss. Tickets for the 2011 June Festival will go on sale Monday, March 14, ticket prices are listed below:
June Festival Ticket Pricing (price includes all service charges)
Friday, June 24
Res A – $60
Res B – $40
GA – $20
Saturday, June 25 and Sunday, June 26
Res A – $100
Res B – $80
GA – $60
I can’t wait until the festival! It’s only a few months away and I can already hear the trombones, trumpets, and my favorite, the saxophones. If you’re a fellow music lover, then I highly suggest you get your tickets! Maybe I’ll see you out there in June. Be sure to contact Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals for all your lodging needs!
So being an East Coast native I’m not that familiar with Rodeos. To be honest, I’ve never been to one and have always been interested in going to one. I went ahead and looked up the definition of rodeo and this is what I got:
n. pl. ro·de·o/ 1. A public competition or exhibition in which skills such as riding broncos or roping calves are displayed.
Yeah this definitely sounds cool and it would be a great experience. And Beaver Creek will have they’re annual Rodeo this summer on June 30 and will run every Thursday during the summer. It’s a perfect family event so young and old are sure to enjoy it. I decided to check out what events and activities will be going on and this is what I found.
Other things to check out while you’re out there include a petting zoo, pony riding, an authentic Western BBQ and Saloon.
Transportation??? Not a problem! Free shuttles will run from the covered bridge in Beaver Creek Village. I’m excited, I can’t wait to experience this event and enjoy beautiful Colorado in the Summer. Ok so now that you know a little more about this great event, its time to figure out lodging right? Well I suggest that you ask one of our Friendly, Knowledgeable, Locals for help with all your lodging needs!
Vail, CO – Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals (RMVR), a regional vacation services provider, is pleased to announce the start of their relationship with the #1 portal for luxury properties online, LuxuryRealEstate.com. LuxuryRealEstate.com, which now owns The Society of Leisure Enthusiasts, provides online listings of luxury real estate properties and luxury vacation rentals, all over the globe.
“This relationship provides RMVR the opportunity to showcase our luxury portfolio directly to a demographic of elite travelers seeking high-end lodging,” says James Bengala, National Director of Sales and Marketing for Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals. “We are eager to embrace this kind of audience, as we further pursue sales in the luxury vacation rental market.”
Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals has recently been aiming to promote this end of their property inventory, specifically on the luxury rentals page of rockymountainvacationrentals.com.
The agreement between LuxuryRealEstate.com and Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals will increase the listed inventory for Colorado ski destinations on the LuxuryRealEstate.com website, while RMVR will gain the benefit of reaching a larger demographic of luxury property enthusiasts. RMVR will feature 50 of their luxury rental properties in their 8 resort markets, including: Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, Aspen, Snowmass, and Telluride.
About Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals:
Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals (RMVR) was founded by owner Tommy Z. Hoffman in 2000. A vacation services provider, RMVR offers vacation rentals, fractional real estate, and concierge services in Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, Aspen, Snowmass, and Telluride. RMVR accommodates guests with all of their vacation needs by working with property management companies, hotels and local activity providers to offer a wide array of services available in the Rocky Mountains. A team of “Friendly. Knowledgeable. Locals.™”, RMVR’s local staff embraces their love for the region, skiing, snowboarding, and all that summer in the mountains has to offer with full concierge services. To learn more, please visit rockymountainvacationrentals.com.
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As spring quickly approaches we begin to try and fill our summer schedules with awesome things to do. Although beaches and islands are always great nothing beats the mountains in the summer time. That’s always why the locals say they came to Telluride for the winter but ended up staying for the summer.
There is so much to do in Telluride during the summer from mountain biking to river activities to a ton of weekend festivals there is no reason not to visit us. This year marks the 33rd annual Mountain Film in Telluride. This four day, six sense experience of the art, adventure, culture and environment will be sure to be life changing.
The festival begins each year with its Moving Mountains Symposium. This full-day event has a different topical theme each year, discussed and debated by a panel of world class experts drawn from many and varied disciplines. In 2009 the festival featured Food, in 2010 it featured The Extinction Crisis and this year the festival will focus on AWARENESS INTO ACTION where Mountainfilm will work on shortening the distance between awareness and action by providing us with a way to actively change the world around us.
I am sure once you all plan your summer vacation to Telluride and check out this year’s Mountain Film in Telluride you will understand why this festival is a locals favorite. For information on your summer activities and lodging contact your friendly, knowledgeable, locals at Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals.
Last weekend thousands of excited ragers flooded to Avon, Colorado for the first (and hopefully annual) Snowball Music Festival. Although the ice, mud, and puddles made it somewhat hard to move from stage to stage, I don’t think that stopped anyone from having a great time! The festival certainly held true to its tagline- Music. Adventure. Party. The masses came out decked in onesies, glitter, animal suits, glowsticks, Charlie Sheen masks, hoolahoops and basically anything else you can imagine. Pretty Lights threw down an amazing set to headline the first night and got everyone pumped up for an amazing weekend!
Saturday was filled with high energy performances that made everyone forget it was less than 20 degrees outside, starting off with Colorado’s own, Big Gigantic. Paper Diamond played in the groove tent which was overflowing with people trying get down with Alex B. In my opinion, he probably should have been given the main stage where Local Natives were playing a very mellow, but enjoyable show. From there Classix, Lotus, and Savoy (with the coolest laser show I have ever seen) all rocked it out and Bassnectar closed down the show with an epic performance, as usual! The only bad part about Snowball was that it had to end at 10 pm, but that did not mean the party was over! Practically every bar in town had after parties with different musical guests. It was hard to choose which ones to go to, but I definitely had an amazing time seeing Big G late night at Agave!
Sunday was another great day of music. I had to get to the festival pretty early to represent MPLS when Brother Ali took the main stage at 2pm. It was nice to hear some hip hop after a really electric Saturday night and Brother Ali put on a great show complete with a long freestyle rap after forgetting some of his lyrics. Afro Man took the groove tent stage with a forty in hand and also forgot a few of his lyrics… (I wonder why…) but still busted out a great show with some of the classics we haven’t heard in years! After that I saw a little bit of Miami Horror then headed back to the groove tent to warm-up my toes and secure a spot for my favorite band to dance to, EOTO. Flaming Lips closed the night with a somewhat lackluster performance. I think the lasers shining off the disco ball and the giant balloons were better received than the music. It could have been due to everyone being danced out for the weekend or the fact that front man Wayne Coyne was clearly not on his ‘A’ game. Regardless, it was nice to hear Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots while snow was dumping over the mud and ice fields which is now Nottingham Park. Lucky for me, the night wasn’t over until Alex B. (Paper Diamond) and Dominic Lalli (Saxaphonist of Big Gigantic) were done throwing down an amazing collaboration at Agave!
All in all, The Snowball Music Festival was a great success! They should probably use some bigger tents next year but aside from that, everything seemed to have worked out really well. It was exciting to be a part of the first year and I hope it continues on for many more to come! If you were there this year, I’m sure you’ll be back and if not, it’s definitely worth checking out! Visit RockyMountainVacationRentals.com to have a Friendly.Knowledgeable.Local (who was most likely at Snowball) find the perfect lodging for you!
I love living in the mountains for several reasons – the open space, the pretty landscape, the way people are easy-going, and how there is always so much to do! When the winter winds down and the snow starts to disappear up here in the Rockies, many summer events are already lined up for us all to engage in and enjoy. Among these, one of the top independent Film Festivals will be taking place in June, just down the road from Vail in Breckenridge.
This year will be the 31st annual Breckenridge Film Festival, featuring around 51 independent drama, comedy, spiritual, and documentary films. Additionally, the festival highlights a GLBT Film Series, showcasing diverse subject matter representative of the films’ creators, as well as presenting the audience with meaningful artistic perspective.
Breckenridge is a unique mountain town that offers quirkiness, character, natural beauty, and a youthful vibe. It is rather appropriate that the town of Breck has been a proud host of the indie film fest for so many years. In an article published last year in the Denver publication Westword, writer Amber Taufen stated “the Breckenridge Film Festival is an anomaly. The fest has managed to retain a truly indie vibe throughout its thirty years of existence.”
Now being the 31st celebration of innovation, art, culture, and perspective, the festival should continue to impress this upcoming June. Taking place on the 9th through the 12th, early summer weather in Colorado will permit a truly enjoyable environment for the series. The event is hosted by renowned Film Critic Jeffrey Lyons, and his son Ben Lyons, E!’s own entertainment journalist.
You’ve heard it by many – people come to Colorado for the winter, and stick around Colorado for the summer. Come see what summer in the Rockies is all about, while indulging in the culture of independent film here in Breckenridge. Ticket info. for the event can be found here, and be sure to check out our lodging options for a comfortable stay.
At age 26, I’d hardly call myself a wine or food connoisseur, but nevertheless, I’ve always appreciated a delicious meal paired with the perfect glass of wine. Haven’t you ever wondered about the science behind the preparation of a meal or how to choose the right wine to go with your food? I certainly have, so when I found out about the Aspen Wine and Food Classic on June 17-19, I immediately marked it on my calendar.
I’ve always felt that I have a more mature palette and adventurous personality when it came to trying food, so after seeing the itinerary for the week, it piqued my interest even more. The weekend will be filled with chefs, wine experts, and crowd-pleasing speakers. World-class chefs will be coming in from around the world to share a sampling of their life’s work. Even if I go for just a day, I’m sure I’ll come away with an abundance of knowledge on anything from cheese, family cooking, and of course, wines.
So, whether you want to learn about wines, find some new recipes, or just appreciate good food and company be sure to get your ticket to the Aspen Food and Wine Classic today! 2% of every Classic ticket sold will go towards the Grow for Good campaign. The Grow for Good Campaign is a national initiative dedicated to supporting local farms and encouraging sustainable agriculture. Lastly, don’t forget to contact Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals for your lodging needs.
On June 18 at 5:00 pm, LaSportiva will once again have the LaSportiva Summer Solstice Twilight Trail Run. This event will feature a 10k (elevation gain is aprox. 1,500 feet), 5k (elevation gain is 811 feet) and a Father and Son run in honor of Father’s Day on Beaver Creek Mountain.
If you are not a runner but would like to go on and cheer on some friends, there will also be live music and food. For more details on schedule and a map of the run you can check out the Vail Recreation District website. All Benefits go to the Vail Valley Charitable Fund.
And since you’re going to be in town already why not take advantage of all that Beaver Creek has to offer during the summer with amazing hiking, biking, and tons of other outdoor activities. If you want to find out what else you can do here and if you need help with lodging contact one of our very own Friendly, Knowledgeable, Locals in Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals.
Don’t worry just yet there is still plenty of time to get in your last minute ski vacation to the Rockies and ski some of the best snow we have had in years! There are still eight weeks left of the season! Plenty of time for you to grab some friends or pick up your family and come see for yourself the awesome skiing we have been enjoying this year.
Aspen Mountain: April 10th
Snowmass Mountain: April 10th
Aspen Highlands: April 24th
Buttermilk Mountain: April 3rd
Breckenridge: April 24th
Keystone: April 10th
Vail: April 24th
Beaver Creek: April 17th
Arapahoe Basin: not yet released but usually in June
Spring Ski Vacation Specials are everywhere this season. Get an unlimited lift ticket for $199 valid April 10th till closing day at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, and A-Basin. Check out our promotions page at Rocky Mountain Vacation Rentals for great last minute deals in your destination of choice!