10 tips for maximizing a family ski trip at Keystone Resort, Colorado

Ames and I on the slopes of Keystone

There’s no shortage of reasons why Keystone’s long been a family favorite. This world-class, three-mountain resort offers so much that you might be wondering where to begin, and so as a local Colorado mom, I’ve put together some helpful tips to help you better navigate your family’s trip to Keystone. 1. Time your visit right […]

Expedia’s “How the West was Fun” Party

A real cowboy

The following night of the TBEX Conference, Expedia and the Colorado Tourism Office (who sponsored the booze) didn’t disappoint with their “How the West was Fun” party.

Vail Resorts TBEX 2012 Welcome Party

Arriving to River Run

The conference kicked off in style with the “Taste of Vail Resorts TBEX 2012 Welcome Party.” To get to the party at The Outpost (on top of Dercum Mountain which is at 11,444 feet above sea level) required not one but two gondola rides. I wasn’t too excited about this since I’m afraid of heights. […]

Keystone Lodge in Colorado

View from room

An hour later we were in Keystone, Colorado which is at an elevation of 9,280 feet. Keystone is the largest mountain in Summit County with 3,148 skiable acres (there are 20 lifts and two gondolas). Keystone also has all kinds of lodging options and unit sizes to suit every need and budget. Most conference attendees […]

TBEX 2012 in Keystone, Colorado

Driving to Keystone

So the real reason 600 travel bloggers and 150 PR reps were in the Colorado Rockies was to learn and network. TBEX was originally founded by Kim Mance but she sold it to BlogWorld a few months ago which was a smart move. Kim will be the first to admit she was never an event […]