Bundling cold season pastimes, Ski Swim Stay is Colorado's go-to package for hot springs and winter recreation.
It’s not new, but unlike the oversized neon-colored ski onesies of the past, this vintage Colorado ski package has stood the test of time—and aged well. Ski Swim Stay is as popular today as when it debuted in the late 1980s. That’s because honest-to-goodness value never goes out of style—especially when it comes packaged as a unique family friendly Colorado vacation.
Let’s break it down.
Ski. Ski or snowboard at Sunlight Mountain Resort near Glenwood Springs, Colorado where there are 700 skiable acres and 67 trails, including all your favorites—groomed corduroy, powder stashes, trees, a terrain park, bump runs, beginner slopes, extreme steeps—and Ute, Sunlight’s signature trail that’s also the longest run in the state!
Swim. Where does the world’s best après ski take place? At the world’s largest hot springs pool of course. After a day of tearing it up on the slopes, even if just on the bunny slopes, nothing beats a soak in the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool. The 104°F mineral water soothes sore muscles and if the kids aren’t already worn out, a long session of splashing and swimming will finish the job.
Stay. With its proximity to downtown Glenwood Springs, the Hot Springs Pool and a Sunlight shuttle bus stop located right out front, the Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge is the perfect place to drop your gear and lay your head while in town. Not only are the rooms comfy and tech-equipped, breakfast is included—and it’s not day-old pastries and lukewarm coffee—but a real, hot breakfast cooked to order.
Parents love this part. Kids 12 and under ski for free with a paying adult; the only exception being from Dec. 23, 2017 – Jan. 1, 2018.
For a throw-back deal, book your Glenwood Hot Springs Ski Swim Stay package today at www.hotspringspool.com. Ski Swim Stay runs Dec. 8 – March 31, 2018.