evoJets Winter Travel Review: Colorado Mountain Towns

February 1st, 2014 by

Colorado is known for its natural beauty. Preserved links to the past, the pristine glory of the mountains and the clean, fresh smell of the air combine to make Colorado one of the most alluring travel destinations in the United States.

There are many must-see destinations in Colorado, but the staple mountain towns of Aspen, Steamboat Springs, and Telluride offer the best in winter vacation activities and landscapes. Conveniently accessible via charter jet from Denver or each other, these locales are sure to top your list of favorite Rocky Mountain getaways.

Aspen

Aspen, Co has long been heralded as a winter retreat for wealthy private travelers. A quaint little town reminiscent of English ancestors across the pond, Aspen appears untouched by the world around it. This quiet town is home to only about 6,500 residents year round, but throngs of visitors fill the streets on any given day. Downhill and Nordic skiing are available in Aspen. Riding the chairlift starts the action, proving a fantastic view of the picturesque town on the way up. Originally founded by the Ute Indians and called “The Shining Mountain”, a source for silver mining in the 1800’s, Aspen has a varied history. When you take a break from the slopes, walk the city proper- it’s only a few blocks – and immerse yourself in the culture and history of the American West.

Steamboat Springs

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This is Ski Town, U.S.A. Enjoy skiing, tubing, and snowboarding on 6 peaks equaling 3,000 acres suitable winter sports. For the daredevils, an expanse of tree skiing is available as well. Olympic athletes frequent Steamboat Springs to run the slopes, showcasing the quality of the runs. The city provides an eclectic mix of skiers, artists, ranchers and tourists in one place. Restaurants, spas, museums, art galleries, and shops dot the landscape downtown, giving the area a cosmopolitan feel.

Telluride

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If you are interested in skiing without the crowds, Telluride is the mountain town for you. The slopes there remain uncrowded, even through peak season, allowing you the ability to enjoy your vacation without rushing around. Known as “the most beautiful place you’ll ever ski”, Telluride takes pride in the care of its terrain. They offer slopes to fit all skill levels and views that amaze. With over 2,000 acres for skiing and 300 inches of snow on average, Telluride is a preferred ski location by serious enthusiasts.

Colorado is the greatest destination for US winter vacations. With some of the best skiing in the world contained in one state, Colorado has many options for the active traveler. Chartering a flight to any of these mountain towns is easy and convenient, allowing you to spend more time enjoying your vacation instead of planning and coordinating. Worry less and ski more – that’s the Colorado way!

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