From the winter wonderland of aspen to the powder-packed Vail, Colorado has some of the best ski resorts and mountains the world over. While these winter wonderlands are most popular during the coldest months of the year, the off season (or summertime) in Colorado also has much to offer. Summer activities and events bring a new aspect to a place renowned for its winter fun.
The Broadmoor, located in Colorado Springs and a member of Historic Hotels of America, is offering a weekend inspired by culinary arts and sport. The Broadmoor’s 4th annual wine and culinary weekend, September 21st- 23rd, will be a spectacular weekend of wine tasting, cooking and even tennis. Guests will enjoy a private wine tasting along with the amazing views of the Rocky Mountains on day one. Day two of the weekend brings a hands-on grilling demonstration with professional Chef Dan Witherspoon. And finally, the weekend will be topped off with a continental breakfast, fit for a king.
Included in the weekend package are nine hours of tennis instruction with a 4:1 student to teacher ratio. The small ratio is ideal for beginners in the sport and for those just looking to tighten up their skills. The weekend package is an experience balanced to please the senses and introduce guests to a time of pure relaxation and fun. For three days and two nights the package is available for $1,220 for single occupancy and $940 per person for double occupancy. The Broadmoor’s weekend is a great example of the many delights of Colorado’s off-season specialties.
To Learn More
The Broadmoor, www.thebroadmoor.com.