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Author: Justin Patnode


Nestled between the glamour of Vail and Beaver Creek, Minturn is a small town with big character. In addition to historic architecture and charming homes, Minturn boasts great restaurants, unique shops, and access to plenty of outdoor adventures.  As the gateway to the White River National Forest and the Holy Cross Wilderness, Minturn’s backyard features mountains to climb, snow to shred, trails to ride, and rivers to fish.


Located in the spectacular Coast Mountains of British Columbia just two hours north of Vancouver, Whistler is Canada’s favorite year-round destination. There’s two majestic mountains with a vibrant base Village, epic skiing and snowboarding, four championship golf courses, unbeatable shopping, restaurants and bars, accommodation to suit every budget, hiking trails, spas and arguably the best mountain bike park in the world.

Teton Village Association

Bordering Grand Teton National Park and a mere fifty miles from Yellowstone National Park, Teton Village is the perfect gateway for those visiting the National Parks, the Town of Jackson,and Teton County. Whether it’s summer or winter, there’s so much to do in this quaint mountain setting. From the state-of-the-art Aerial Tram and world famous skiing, to multitudes of hiking and biking trails, to fine dining, entertainment, and shopping there is something for everyone in Teton Village.

Teton County

Teton County is located in the northwest corner of Wyoming. The federal government owns 97 percent of the land, including two national parks–Yellowstone and Grand Teton. The region is mountainous and geologically active and the best-known natural wonders in the county are the thermal, scenic and wildlife features of Yellowstone Park, established in 1872, and the mountains of the Teton Range, the county’s namesake. Teton County’s human history can be geographically divided, similarly, into two sections: Yellowstone and Jackson Hole, which includes Grand Teton National Park. (Around 40 percent of Yellowstone National Park lies in Teton County; the rest is in Park County.) The history of Yellowstone is the stuff of western legend, as it was used and sometimes occupied by all sorts of people from paleo-Indians to trappers and explorers.

Summit County

Summit County, is located right in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains about 75 miles west of Denver. With four distinct, world-renown ski resorts within a 20-minute drive of each other, Summit County offers some of the most diverse terrain and best winter amenities available in the world. From the untracked steeps of the legendary Arapahoe Basin, to night skiing at Keystone, to Copper’s naturally divided terrain and Breckenridge’s four unique peaks the region has something to offer every winter sports enthusiast. However, one of Summit County’s best kept secrets is that there’s even more to do in the summer with hiking, biking, sailing, fishing, paddle boarding on beautiful Lake Dillon, art and music festivals and much more.


Moab, Utah lies on the southern banks of the Colorado River at the foot of the La Sal Mountains and the doorstep of Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. Once known for our uranium boom, today we are even more famous for the redrock walls of our public lands. Whether your passion is mountain biking, jeeping, climbing, hiking, whitewater rafting, backcountry skiing, music, art, or simply spending time with friends and family in beautiful surroundings, we have something to offer you.