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Backcountry Cuisine Brings Culinary Adventures & Memorable Meals

It's a win-win situation. Not only do you get to work off some calories and interact with group members along the way, gastronomic delights and memorable experiences await on these fun skiing and snowshoe adventures. Dipping into delicious cheese or chocolate fondue, catching a sneak peek of local shrines and savoring gourmet dinners in yurts are just a sampling of Mountain West winter excursions that are suitable for most ability levels.

Mouth-Watering Fondue

New Limelight Hotel for Ketchum

Colorado-based Aspen Skiing Company is taking the successful model of its Limelight Hotel in downtown Aspen to downtown Ketchum, where it broke ground for a hotel of the same name on July 10. The property is in close proximity to Sun Valley’s River Run base of Bald Mountain and will feature 99 rooms and suites, 14 condominiums and 12 lock-off units. The Limelight in Aspen features large guest rooms, a large and open lounge, a lobby restaurant and adventure programming for guests. 

Meet Bruce and Donna Horii, Two Industry Veterans

Even after 30 years working in meetings and events, Bruce and Donna Horii find plenty of motivation in what they do.

“We both have a passion for the mountain lifestyle, Colorado as a state and Breckenridge as a home base; I think that kind of shows through to our guests and clients,” says Bruce, director of sales and marketing at Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center in Breckenridge for the past 15 years.

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