Author Archives: Chrissie Davis

Ski Butlers – Beaver Creek/Vail

My brother and his friend recently came out to visit me for a few days of skiing.  Rather than lugging their old, outdated gear from NYC I suggested they rent gear from Ski Butlers.  I explained to them that the rentals would get delivered … Continue reading

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Top 5 Things To Do in Taos

1)      Take in the sites of the Rio Grande Gorge located just a few miles north and west of Taos on US Hwy 64.  This 800-ft deep gorge has been carved out by the Rio Grande as it makes its … Continue reading

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Dining in Taos

I recently had the opportunity to visit Taos, New Mexico, for the first time.  My initial thought regarding what I would encounter when it came to the regional dining was a lot of really great Mexican food.  While Taos certainly … Continue reading

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“Good morning” says my friendly CME driver, Brandon, as he arrives at my doorstep at 4:30am. Brandon courteously takes my bags and puts them in the back of the brand new Mercedes Sprinter van that will be our chariot down to … Continue reading

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The Road to Ski Portillo

Our flight arrives into Santiago, Chile at 5:40am local time.  My travel partners and I have been on the go for approximately 24 hours now including drive time to our local airports and a layover in LA.  You would think after traveling … Continue reading

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Skiing in the summer?

June 29, 2012.  The weather has been a constant 100+ degrees in Denver over the last five days and I am on my way to go skiing.  I can’t wait to feel the cool, crisp air on my face again.  … Continue reading

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A True Skier’s Breakfast

Skiing and riding takes a lot of energy, which is why fueling up before you hit the slopes is so important.  But, when you are eager to get out on the hill it’s hard to make yourself sit down to eat breakfast.  … Continue reading

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Crested Culture

Crested Butte is one of my favorite resort towns.  Why?  I know, it’s not the easiest place to get to.  I live in Colorado and it still takes me 3 ½ hours to get there!  But, once you roll into … Continue reading

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Taking in the Views at Telluride

After a long fun day of activities in Telluride it’s great to sit back and relax with your friends reflecting on all the best parts of your day.  As a guest of The Mountain Lodge at Telluride, you have the … Continue reading

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Summer Fun in Telluride

Hands down, Telluride is one of my most favorite mountain destinations to visit in the summer.  This place truly has it all.  Hiking, mountain biking, golfing, four wheeling, horseback riding, disc golf, fishing, rafting and river floating… what more could … Continue reading

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