Ski Butlers Blog - Steve Giangiulio
Beaver Creek Local Guide, Part Two
Beaver Creek is not your traditional Colorado ski resort in the sense that it was not formerly an actual town. Beaver Creek was built from the ground up for the sole purpose of providing guests with the ultimate ski vacation experience.
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Vail Local Guide
Vail, like nothing on earth. When someone gets asked about the most famous ski resorts in North America, the vast majority of people in the ski community immediately think about Vail. Large amounts of snow, terrain accessible to all levels of skiers & riders, a European-style feel, daily aprés, and a thriving town, it’s no wonder Vail Ski Resort has been deemed elite since its beginnings in 1962.
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Beaver Creek Local Guide
Beaver Creek is a modern resort that provides the relaxed feel of an alpine village, where visitors from all over the world enter the gates and leave the stresses of everyday life behind. Not only does it have world class skiing and riding, but it is also steeper with less traverses than its sister mountain, Vail, making it a bit easier and quicker to navigate the resort.
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South Lake Tahoe Local Guide, Part Two
South Lake Tahoe is not only known for world class skiing and riding but also for its nightlife. The town is unique where as you enter you can see a gondola shooting up the mountain from what looks like the heart of the town making skier access very convenient no matter where you are staying. Since there area is technically in two states (California & Nevada) you’ll be hard pressed to find something that doesn’t suit your needs when it comes to lodging, dining, high end or value.