If you’ve made a New Year’s Resolution to be more active in 2013, then a ski vacation should be in your future! I tracked down four fantastic February ski deals at some of North America’s most popular mountains including Park City, Utah, Lake Tahoe, Telluride, and Banff National Park. I went on Fox & Friends First this morning to share these white hot packages as well as tips on how to lock in the cheapest ski vacation deals. Read more
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Hello, chaps! I got back from Aspen a few weeks ago, and I’m still flying high on the smashing memories of a terrific trip. Honestly, I could have stayed in my super room at the Sky Hotel for the entire time, but Aspen is there to be enjoyed, and enjoy it I did!
Higher airfares, new fees, pain at the pump – who can afford to travel anymore? You, actually. Sometimes it’s less about where you go than when you go, and autumn is a prime time to get away for a lot less than what you’d pay during the peak summer months. Hotels are looking to fill rooms in the slow months between now and Thanksgiving, so take advantage of the lull and book yourself on a weekend (or longer) getaway to one of these fabulous fall destinations that won’t break the bank.
Beaver Creek, CO
The Rocky Mountains really peak – in both tourists and price – come the first snowfall, so come early and enjoy all the autumn activities for outdoor enthusiasts. Hiking, horseback riding, fishing and golf will keep you busy during the day, and top-notch restaurants and luxurious hotels will keep you rejuvenated and ready for the next day’s adventures. Sample savings: the Beaver Creek Lodge, an all-suite boutique property situated in the heart of the town has rates from $169 per night this fall, compared with over $400 per night in the winter months.
Bonus: Use promo code COSUMMER75 before September 19 and get $75 off your four-night vacation.