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The 2011-2012 ski season brings with it not one, but two I-70 corridor ski bus services! Both utilize coach buses that include TV/DVD streaming, bathroom, reclining seats, free WI-FI, and ample cargo space for ski gear. Between the two companies, almost every I70 Corridor ski area is serviced.
Denver Ski Bus
Denver Ski Bus offers Saturday and Sunday trips from Boulder and Denver to Winter Park and Copper Mountain resorts starting this weekend, December 3. The Boulder bus has two pickups –Christy Sports at Flat Irons Mall and at CU Boulder. The Denver bus pick-up location is Christy Sports at Denver West Plaza. A basic breakfast will be available for purchase on morning trips and lunch sandwiches will be available, also for purchase, from local restaurants on return trips. Denver Ski Bus offers its customers discounted ski lift tickets to Winter Park and Copper Mountain resorts and either same-day or next-day return trips are available. Tickets are Adult $38, Kids $33 RT (11 years old and under.) Denver Ski Bus is a locally owned and operated business that partners with local businesses to support the local economy and to ensure that all products offered on its trips travel the shortest distance possible to the final customer. Denver Ski Bus also offers ski charters targeted at student and ski clubs, as well as corporate and community. Ski charters can be fully customized and are available for travel to any Colorado resort. For more information visit www.denskibus.com or contact Curt Spencer at 970-531-6612 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
University Ski Bus
Beginning January 7, University Ski Bus plans to make roundtrips every Saturday to Breckenridge, Keystone, Vail, Beaver Creek or Arapahoe Basin. Weekly destinations will be chosen based on customer demand. Founded and operated by DU students, the service departs the University of Denver campus with tickets ranging from $19-$29. A secondary pick up location of Regis University is being considered and might be added at a later date. Learn more and purchase tickets at www.UniversitySkiBus.com. For more information, contact Tyler Perlmutter at (847) 830-8797 or email@example.com.
Imagine catching some extra ZZZs on the way up to the slopes, and after a hard day of skiing, kicking back to watch a movie or listen to your music? Sounds a whole lot better than sitting in your car battling for position on I70! A more enjoyable trip, and more environmentally way to travel to boot – check it out!