Ski Butlers Blog posts for 'fall'

Breckenridge Bucks

The Steven C. West Ice Arena in Breckenridge, CO was proud to announce the addition of a Junior Hockey Club for the upcoming winter season.  The Bucks are the newest member of the Rocky Mountain Junior Hockey League that is comprised of 6 teams total:

Breckenridge Bucks
Aspen Leafs
Colorado Rampage
Colorado Thunderbirds
Galcier Yetis
Pikes Peak Miners

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Fall Activities in Utah

Besides winter, fall is one of my favorite times of year in Park City. By mid-September, the weather has cooled down, the leaves are changing, and the town is starting to quiet down after the summer season. Furthermore, the change in temperature also allows for pleasant trips to southern Utah to enjoy not only the majestic National Parks, but also the world class mountain biking and climbing.

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Transitioning From the Lake to the Mountains

A pine needle falls amongst the plentiful sunshine.  Somewhere you can hear the distant roar a crowd as they feast their eyes on the premier of the latest ski film.  A skier makes a large turn in a field of snow and the crowd “ooh’s” and “ahh’s” as the snow flies to the corners of the screen.  The air is still warm but the gentle breeze brings a bite and a crisp scent that reminds us that fall is around the corner.  

Tags: LakeTahoe , Fall , Winter
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A Jaunt Around Lake Tahoe in Fall

 
Lake Tahoe is a world renowned summer destination with sandy beaches, crystal clear water, and enough outdoor activities to exhaust an Olympian.  Lake Tahoe is also a world renowned winter destination.  The high peaks that surround the lake are draped in foot upon foot of snow and people travel far and wide to ski the cliffs of Squaw, the sloping groomers of Northstar, and to show off their best 80’s mogul style down Gunbarrel at Heavenly.  However, in the fall, the masses of travelers head south to hibernate for the winter and leave the mountains.  They head to New England to have a peep at the leaves.  They make pumpkin pie and wear sweaters.  Most don’t think to head to Lake Tahoe where, in the fall, the water is too cold to swim in, there is no snow, and most of the trees do not change color.  Until now…

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