Feeling the itch to get some turns before the holiday season?
Let Outdoor Rec scratch that itch on our mid-December ski trip.
With your lift ticket, rentals and transportation covered, the trip to Copper Mountain will be a great way to hit the slopes!
Includes: Transportation, lift ticket and rentals
Location: Copper Mountain CO
Minimum Age: 14
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23-03-19 06:00 - 23-03-19 19:00
Epic Resort Trip: Vail
If you have an Epic pass this is the perfect way to get to and from a resort without having to worry about the dreaded ski traffic. Just sit back and relax while Outdoor Rec provides transportation and gets you set up with ski gear.
Cost: $80 | *R4R: $10
Includes: Transportation and rentals
Location: Vail, CO
Minimum Age: 9
30-03-19 06:00 - 30-03-19 19:00
Winter Park Ski Train
Climb aboard the Winter Park express as we journey from Union Station in downtown Denver to the slopes of Winter Park. Let us take care of all your rental needs as well as your lift ticket. You’ll only need to cover your lunch and enjoy the beautiful scenic train ride!
Cost: $230 | *R4R: $30
Includes: Train ticket, lift ticket and rentals
Location: Winter Park, CO
Minimum Age: 5
31-03-19 06:00 - 02-04-19 19:00
10th Mountain Division Hut Association Trip: Uncle Bud’s Hut
31 March-2 April
*Required pre-trip briefing on 27 March at 1600 at Outdoor Rec
The best way to experience the backcountry in the winter is to stay at a backcountry hut. The backcountry hut system name honors the men of 10th Mountain Division of the U.S. Army, who trained during World War II at Camp Hale in central Colorado. Hut visitors share the special spirit of these individuals, especially their pursuit of excellence, self-reliance, and love of the outdoors. These huts book up a year in advance through a lottery system and Buckley Outdoor Rec has a whole hut just for Buckley!
Cost: $400 | *R4R: $220
Includes: Transportation, lodging, meals, guides, and equipment
Location: Uncle Bud’s Hut near Turquoise Lake
Minimum Age: 18
Departs: 31 March at 0600
Returns: 2 April at 1900