Skiing Just Got Better! EpicMix is Premiering in Keystone!

Vail Resorts unveiled a brand new online and mobile application EpicMIX.com that will allow skiers and riders a way to digitally capture and share their on-mountain experience every time they ski!

EpicMix allows Vail Resorts guests, at any of its five world-class mountain resorts–Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Heavenly–to effortlessly utilize technology to digitally capture their ski and ride experience and share it with friends and family.

AND it’s Premiering at KEYSTONE resort on 11/05/2010. Get lodging deals now for Keystone and Breckenridge for this winter season and be able to use EpicMix to show off your ski vacation!

EpicMix automatically captures the activity of guests throughout each of its resorts, by leveraging Vail Resorts’ state-of-the-art radio frequency (RF) scanners that are being installed at each of its 89 lifts across all five mountain resorts. An RF-enabled chip embedded in Vail Resorts’ season passes and PEAKS lift tickets will automatically track guests’ lift rides, calculating vertical feet skied and days on the mountain and will recognize special achievements and accomplishments by granting guests commemorative, collectible digital pins. EpicMix will have hundreds of available digital pins for a multitude of unique experiences available at each resort. Epic Mix will even provide trail and grooming information, snow and weather reports, as well as resort news and traffic updates. What more could you ask for?
Its like mixing Facebook, Twitter, Gowalla, and Satski into one little chip that is in your ski pass! EpicMix even has a version of the application for the kids!

The application is embedded into Vail Resorts’ existing season pass and PEAKS lift tickets. EpicMix can be used by any guest at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Heavenly, whether they purchase a season pass or a PEAKS single day lift ticket. EpicMix will launch on opening day at Keystone Mountain on Nov. 5, 2010.

Check out the Video that shows you how it works! Now the bragging about how many runs you made will be confirmed by your EpicMix account!

Get to Keystone and Breckenridge this winter and see just how interactive your skiing and boarding will be!

The 1st Celtic Festival a Success! Stormed Breckenridge with Kilts, Beer & Irish Music

The 1st annual Celtic Festival held at the Main Street Station Plaza in Breckenridge was a success with a variety of vendors, a rowdy Guinness beer tent and music that kept the crowd dancing the entire event. The whole event was highly spirited with many dressing in traditional Irish and Celtic attire of kilts embracing their heritage.

This highly anticipated event was a great festival for young and old alike. Visitors came to look up their ancestry in the Scott Clan tent, enjoy live Celtic Music, visit the various vendors selling handmade products from the old country and bask in the sunshine in the Guinness Beer Garden. Vendors ranged from yummy food including turkey legs and beer to hand made scarves, hats, bags and more.

Organizer Karin Bearnarth was able to bring in amazing Celtic bands including Ireland’s own Cara and 2 Duos while Potcheen and the Young Dubliners (of the USA) rocked the final hours of the festival. It was fantastic range of music, from traditional bag pipers and folk music. This family event closed out the day under a sunny sky with the Breckenridge slopes serving as a backdrop for the main stage.

“The high energy and excitement from the music, dancing, and the numbers of people who attended the festival were the highlights!” stated one of the festival attendees.

Next year’s festival is slated for Aug. 27, 2011. But if you need a great event for this coming weekend than make sure you make it to Breckenridge for the Wine Festival! Stay with ResortQuest Breckenridge for the best deals and discounted wine tickets.


Young Dubliners headline Breckenridge Celtic Fest This Weekend

The Young Dubliners were obviously meant to be — both a long-lasting, internationally touring band, and the headliner at Saturday's Breckenridge Celtic Festival at ResortQuest's Main Street Station.

Locally, the stars aligned for the Young Dubs to play in Breck. Last year, Main Street Station launched a Summer Concert Series, with the Young Dubliners packing the final show — even in the face of competing with Music on Main in Frisco, which had its largest crowd ever; Main Street Station “had people from all over the country come to see them,” said organizer Karin Bearnarth.

When the Guinness guys saw the crowd's reaction, they agreed to partner with Main Street Station to create a Celtic Festival. Local restaurant owners jumped on board, and so did the Dubs, going so far as to substantially cut their fee because they love Breckenridge and wanted to help out, Bearnarth said.
Then, to seal the great fate, the Rocky Mountain Celtic Festival, originally scheduled to occur on the same date as Breck's, shut down the festival, giving Bearnarth access to “great entertainment and lots of vendors who now had no place to go,” she said. Must be the luck o' the Irish.

Excerpt from the Summit Daily News. Read the complete article.

Line-up of Celtic Festival Events

When: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday
Where: Main Street Station, Breckenridge

  • 9 a.m., Lynn Le Mieux: Bask in her magical Irish and Scottish Gaelic ballads and lilting. She has recently sung for the Rocky Mountain Highland Dance Mother's Day Tea and the European festival last summer, as well as won the Estes Park Vocal competition last summer. She has qualified for and sung at the Fleadh Ceol (All-Irelands) and performed with countless accompaniments with Irish and Scottish dance troops over the years.
  • 10:30 a.m. and noon, Celtic Steps Performers: Local and Front Range Irish Step Dancers will perform from the Celtic Steps Dance Academy.
  • 11 a.m., The Colorado Emerald Society Pipes and Drums: The team will perform, complete with bagpipes and drums.
  • 12:45 p.m., Cara: Cara started in 2003, rooted in Irish and Scottish traditional music but with ambitions to create a new and unique sound. The band weaves flute, guitar, piano, fiddle, pipes and concertina together with the brilliant vocals, working the Irish music with just a touch of the German folk influence to keep a different perspective on the music. Cara has been touring their home country of Germany extensively and has made festival appearances and played concerts in France, Denmark, Netherlands, Switzerland, UK and even in Ireland, and never failed to inspire their audiences.
  • 1:30 p.m., Two Duos: Members of Cara perform with members of The Old Blind Dogs. “Since forming in the early 1990s, Old Blind Dogs have stood on the cutting edge of Scotland's roots revival. The band has developed its own trademark style with an energetic mix of songs and tunes. Dynamic percussion, polished vocals, soaring fiddle and stirring pipes fuel the delicately-phrased melodies and traditional songs. The Dogs, now 16 years together, have released over 10 albums and continue to tour extensively around the globe, flying the flag for Scottish traditional music wherever they go.
  • 2:45 p.m., Potcheen: Pronounced (Poe cheen) for those of you who know, it is an Irish Moonshine; Potcheen lives up to its name with Celtic Rock Music. Formed in Denver, these Celtic Pirates have been touring the country delivering their high-energy shows. Fresh off appearances at Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Colorado Irish Festival and Carbondale Music Fair, they return to Breckenridge to pillage and plunder with a moonshiner sensibility.
  • 4:30 p.m. (FREE), The Young Dubliners
Yes, that's right. Best of all. It's FREE!!!
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Stay in the heart of all the events at Main Street Station

Main Street Station offers spacious living areas with professional decor, granite-appointed kitchens and premier amenities and services. Enjoy an onsite fitness center, pool, hot tub, concierge service and 24-hour bell and front desk. The Main Street Station plaza offers sterling shopping and dining options including: spa, jeweler, and après ski entertainment.

Please Welcome the Flatbread Pizza Co to Breckenridge

Please help us welcome a the Flatbread Pizza Company to Breckenridge!  The FLATBREAD Pizza Co. created a free-form gourmet flatbread pizza for the masses right out of our custom built wood fired oven trailer. The combinations of the wood smoked flavor, the heating/cooking properties of a wood fired oven and eclectic toppings truly creates a phenomenal pizza. One taste and you will be hooked…  From the annual corporate picnic to an upscale wedding, The FLATBREAD Pizza Co. fits into every occasion, as an hors d'oeuvre or the main event.

What About the Crust?

The Flatbread Pizza Co. features a one of a kind super-thin artisan crust. The crust has a slightly brown charred under belly while the inside stays slightly chewy. Each batch of our dough is hand prepared and also comes in Wheat as an alternative to White Flour. Sometimes we add herbs and sometimes we add a hard cheese to the crust. You just never know…

What About The Wood?

We fuel our Italian wood fired pizza oven with maple and apple wood direct from local farmers in Colorado. The oven heats to the range of 700-1000 degrees so each pizza pie is cooked in about 3 minutes!

Most Importantly, What About the Toppings?

Read their Menu and you will see there are pizza's for every discerning pizza lover. Personally, I can't wait to try the Pear & Gorgonzola Pizza: Sliced Pears, mozzarella, gorgonzola, caramelized onions topped with toasted walnuts; The Blue River: Spicy shrimp, roasted red peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, chili oil, goat cheese and fresh basil. Breck Bomber: Spicy italian sausage, prosciutto, gorgonzola cheese, tomato sauce and fresh oregano; or the Wild Mushroom  Portobello and crimini mushrooms, fresh arugula and fresh parmesa. I could go on forever!!

Flatbread Pizza only use only the freshest and highest quality natural ingredients and buy direct from local farms whenever possible. All of these things combined along with custom dough choices create the "most delicious pizza you'll ever experience."

So When & Where can you get your Hands on some Pizza?!

The Flatbread Pizza Co will be at the Oktoberfest in Breckenridge and Dillon Farmers Market. Check-out their schedule, or book them for your next event! You can also stay up-to-date with the Pizza Co on Facebook and Twitter.

...Where Will you Stay when you come to Breckenridge?

With ResortQuest Breckenridge of Course. This summer, you can stay with us and save 33% off 3+ nights, or 25% off 2 nights. Book early for winter and save as much as 45% off! 

Book Online Today! or call and mention this blog to get the very best rates!


Breckenridge Wine Festival: Worldly Wines, Cuisine & Rocky Mountain Sunshine

The Breckenridge Wine Festival, formerly the Water House Wine Festival, is set for Sept.4, 2010! Get ready to indulge your taste buds, discover new wine and be entertained by this relaxed and fun Labor Day weekend event. This year’s festival will be benefiting the Breckenridge Film Festival and the Breckenridge Summit Foundation.

The event will be held this year at the Main Street Station plaza that provides wine-goers a perfect lakeside view while being in downtown Breckenridge for all the other great Labor Day weekend events.

If you haven’t booked your lodging for the wine festival, stay with ResortQuest Breckenridge! We are the exclusive lodging partner for the wine festival and you can stay right at Main Street Station in the middle of the action. Book on-line to get these Wine Festival rates or call 800-661-7604 and mention INT-WIN for these prices.

Breckenridge Wine Festival will run from 12 -5 pm with live music from Kevin Danzig and Heidi Schmidt & Trading Fours & the Vindicators, playing during the entire festival. Enjoy wines from around the world and enjoy food from the Quandary Grille and Himalayan Cuisine for great bites in-between sips! And don’t miss the traditional rubber ducky races! Between 1-3 pm watch as the river fills with little rubber ducks racing their way down to win their owner prizes! This event is the Summit Foundations annual fundraiser.

Tickets are $20 but discounted tickets, only $15, are available when you book your lodging through ResortQuest Breckenridge. Your ticket gets you entrance to the festival, your tasting wine glass, ten tasting tickets and rubber ducky for the race. All tickets are available at will call and make sure to bring proper I.D.

See you at the Breckenridge Wine Festival and remember when you stay with ResortQuest Breckenridge you will get the best lodging rates, stay right at Main Street Station and remember to use the promo code INTWIN to book your lodging.


Breckenridge’s Celtic Festival: Beer, Celtic Dancers, & Headliner Music

Get ready this August 28, 2010 to Celtic rock your way through an incredible day of food, beer, music and dancing all in the Celtic style. This is Breckenridge’s first year to host the Celtic Festival and admission is FREE! That's right FREE- to see incredible bands! But bring some money for a beer and food! Between the music, food, vendors and beer it should be a fantastic festival. The festival will be held at the beautiful Main Street Station Plaza in down town Breckenridge.

The venue will open at 9am with food and vendors open all day till 6pm. The beer tent provided by Guinness Beer will begin to flow the magical beer at noon. Whenever you need a pick-up grab some Red Bull! And ResortQuest Breckenridge is the official lodging sponsor of the 1st Annual Celtic Festival.

Stay with us and get the best Celtic Festival lodging rates and stay right at the heart of the event in Main Street Station. Book your stay now!

Music Lineup/Rundown: See Full Schedule
Expect incredible music from bands near and far- their music will inspire dance and hearty fun!

  • Starting at 9am with Lynn Le Mieux know for her magical Irish and Scottish Gaelic ballads and lilting.
  • 10:30 am you will be entranced by the dances of the Celtic Step Dancers performing traditional Irish step dance.
  • This festival would not be complete without bagpipes! 11am the Colorado Emerald Society Pipes & Drums will perform complete with bagpipes and drums.
  • 12:45pm Cara will take the stage. The band weaves flute, guitar, piano, fiddle, pipes, and concertina together with the brilliant vocals, working the Irish music with just a touch of the German folk influence to keep a different perspective on the music. Cara has been touring their home country of Germany extensively and has made festival appearances and played concerts in France, Denmark, Netherlands, Switzerland, UK and even in Ireland, and never failed to inspire their audience. First US tours since August 2007. In Jan 2010 Cara won the Irish Music Award in the category "Best New Irish Music Artist(s)". Watch the Video of Cara!

  • Two Duos will follow at 1:30pm Members of Cara perform with members of The Old Blind Dogs. "Since forming in the early 1990's, Old Blind Dogs have stood on the cutting edge of Scotland’s roots revival. The band has developed its own trademark style with an energetic mix of songs and tunes. Dynamic percussion, polished vocals, soaring fiddle and stirring pipes fuel the delicately-phrased melodies and traditional songs. The only group to win 'Folk Band of the Year' twice at the BBC Scots Trad Music Awards, their latest album 'Four On The Floor' also picked up the IAP 'Best Celtic CD' Award."
  • At 2:45 Potcheen will take the stage. Potcheen pronounced (Poe cheen) for those of you who know, it is an Irish Moonshine - Potcheen lives up to it's name with Celtic Rock Music. Formed in Denver Colorado, these Celtic Pirates have been touring the country delivering their high energy shows.
  • And for the headliner at 4:30 pm The Young Dubliners! Their style of music has come to be called Celtic Rock for the fusion of Irish traditional instruments and music with modern rock. They have released eight albums - Rocky Road, Breathe, Alive Alive’O, Red, Absolutely, Real World, With All Due Respect – The Irish Sessions and Saints and Sinners. They have toured the United States and Europe since 1994, and have supported Jethro Tull, John Hiatt, Chris Isaak, Jonny Lang, Great Big Sea and Collective Soul. All Music.com states, “Their live shows (have) a jam-like appeal, similar to the vibes of Phish and the Dave Matthews Band. Watch the video of them playing on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
When do you get to wear your plaid, dance around like mad, follow the rainbow and pretend that you date a Valkyrie? Only on Aug. 28th when you play at the Celtic Festival! Get your lodging now and don’t miss this weekend!


Don't Miss the Funk! Keystone’s Blues Festival and Art Show

The 6th Annual Blues Festival and Art Show this Aug. 21-22, 2010 will bring talents of all styles, funk and variety to the high altitude mountain town of Keystone, CO. Expect fabulous funky beats, soulful art and cold beer. What’s a festival with out beer? Kids events will also be plentiful making this event perfect for all.

Admission to the event is free but remember to bring some cash for the food & beverages.

The art show runs both Saturday and Sunday from 1-7pm along with all food and beverage vendors pumping out the yummy food and refreshments. All is located in the River Run Village in Keystone.

You can still get lodging deals for this event and stay right in River Run so you wont miss a beat of this festival.

Enjoy music from Tommy Thomas, Blooz Dogz, Lipbone Redding and the Hazel Miller band. All bring different interpretations of the blues style of music- showing a personal story from each artist.

“Redding, who got his start in music as a subway musician in New York City, said he's always related to the blues-style of music. At this year's festival, he also said his big-music sound will be slightly more intimate,” says the Summit Daily News.

See the Full Event Schedule and when you can see each of these artists perform.

Free parking will be available at the River Run lots found just off Gondola Road. A Kidzone will also be available to families, and it's free for kids of all ages. It features a bounce house, crafts and kids entertainment.


Keystone’s Blues Festival and Art Show in the High Country

Soulful live blues bands will be getting down and funky this weekend as the notes bounce off the high Colorado Rockies at the Keystone Blues Festival and Art Show Aug. 21-22, 2010.

Get down to some snazzy jazz, grab a beverage, try one of many delicious food dishes, and stroll through the juried art show as one of a kind artists trim the plaza. Free kids activities and more round out this day of bluesy fun for the whole family. Stay with ResortQuest Keystone and stay at the heart of the event in River Run!

Both days of the festival begin at 1pm with the Art show, the Kidzone (which will keep the kids entertained all day) and food & beverages being served!

Saturday at 1pm rock out to Lipbone Redding as he revs up the party and creates original songs that effervesce with New Orleans swing, Memphis grooves and New York City style. He’s known for his ability to use his vocal to sound exactly like a trombone, it’s hard to tell the difference – so keep your eyes peeled!

At 3 pm Listen to Tommy Thomas who was raised by a musical family in Vicksburg, Mississippi, Tommy has been groomed by the sweet sound of blues and gospel since the day he was born. Tommy is a past recipient of the Living Blues Critics' Award.

At 5 pm rock out to the Blooz Dogz. Geoff Meyer & Jon Sterling met in 1996 and formed a fast friendship based on mutual insanity...Both Geoff and Jon have a heart for children and want to use the gift they have been given to help raise funds and awareness for children.

Sunday do it all again with the Hazel Miller Band playing at 5 pm. Hazel Miller is not just a great singer; "she is a force of nature!" quotes the Rocky Mountain News. Her voice has been called "stunning, moving and powerful." Hazel has been a sought after performer in Colorado for the past 24 years. Whether she is singing blues, jazz, pop, or Gospel, her voice charges the songs with a primal dose of genuine soul.

See the full event schedule.

Do you have your lodging yet? Get to Keystone and stay with us at ResortQuest Keystone and receive awesome deals on lodging that literally put you in the heart of the event!

Breckenridge Haunted Tours: Ghost Stories from Breckenridge’s Past

Do you believe in ghosts? Almost anyone who’s lived in Breckenridge for even a small amount of time will admit that there are some old spirits still around with the story to tell. Modern day Breckenridge is a happy beautiful place, however the town’s rough and rugged past has left behind a few who don’t want to move on.

Including Miss Sylvia who has been in Breckenridge for over 100 years. She arrived with her husband in the tiny mining town during the gold rush only to be left alone when he died in a mining accident. Now she’s been seen regularly in the Prospector mysteriously moving from room to room with her dark hair and white dress. Its said her sole purpose in life was to find a rich husband.

“Everybody will admit to Sylvia,” said Gail Westwood, who researched Breckenridge's ghost history through books, web pages and interviews and now leads ghost tours through the town. “There have been many sightings, but only by men.”

And the stories continue from there. To hear all the spooky stories that make up some of Breckenridge’s past you have to take the Haunted Tours lead by Gail Westwood who works for the Breckenridge Heritage Society.

The first stop of this walking tour in the historic district, is the Dredge Boat then wander through the Valley Brook Cemetery over to the Brown Hotel which has one of the most infamous ghosts in town, Ms. Whitney. Westwood interviewed three of the bartenders at the Brown, and all had some story about ghostly occurrences; one even had a photo of an apparition appearing in the large fireplace.

On your vacation to Breckenridge make sure you stay with ResortQuest Breckenridge and we will ensure the concierge (800-455-7334) will book the best spooky tours you can handle from the Tommy Knockers in the old mines to the Haunted Tours.

To enjoy a little scare and some goosebumps, meet at the Breckenridge Visitor Center for the Haunted Tour this Friday Aug. 13th or Sept. 4. More dates are to come.

See a full article on Breckenridge’s Paranormal Stories.

Breckenridge has an amazing art and historical culture in this small mountain town. See a full event calendar and when you book your vacation with us at ResortQuest Breckenridge you will stay in some of the best rentals in town while receiving the best lodging deals.


Easy Traveling Options to Breckenridge & Keystone, CO

No matter what season you are thinking about heading to Breckenridge or Keystone for a vacation, the transportation options are plentiful and do-able.

Breckenridge is tucked up in the mountains about 80 miles from central Denver making for an hour & half drive through some of Colorado’s spectacular Rocky Mountains on the I-70 corridor.

As you begin to make the epic climb to the Continental Divide you will pass through some of Colorado’s historic mining towns of Idaho Springs and Georgetown. Keep your eyes open for the well camouflaged Big Horn Sheep who love the steep rocky hill sides along the highway.

As you continue the climb you will make it to the Eisenhower–Johnson Memorial Tunnel at 11,158 feet. This epic tunnel is one of the highest vehicular tunnels in the world and is the longest mountain tunnel. Don’t try holding your breath on this one. As you get to this tunnel think of the labor and time it took to construct this tunnel in 1979. After the tunnel, make the descent back to “lower” ground and after passing through the town of Silverthorne look for the CO Route 9 exit at Frisco. This easy road winds its way into the high mountains surrounding Breckenridge!

Now we realize mountain driving is not for everyone, or even if you are happy to drive not all vacations work with a rental car etc. So here are the other popular travel options to get to Breckenridge & Keystone:

Airplane: There are three airports located around the Breckenridge Area;

Ground Transportation:

From these airports you have the option of renting a car or catching a ride with Colorado Mountain Express. ResortQuest partners with both companies to offer our guests the best discounts on travel to Breckenridge & Keystone. Colorado Mountain Express or CME has over 420,000 travelers that choose from shared ride shuttles or private car airport services from Eagle County Regional Airport & Denver International. CME has an unsurpassed safety record, flexible schedules, impeccably maintained vehicles and courteous, friendly drivers that let you sit back, relax and take in our breathtaking Rocky Mountain scenery.

All these transportation options to Breckenridge get you on vacation quickly while getting to enjoy the Colorado views.

When booking your trip to Colorado, choose ResortQuest Breckenridge or Keystone and all of our reservation agents are happy to help you book the best transportation for you and your guests. Winter is coming up quickly so get your vacation on a roll by viewing our current winter lodging deals.


New Breckenridge Restaurant: Mimi’s Fried Pies

Could you use some hearty, filling, comfort food? Well Breckenridge can now serve that craving with Mimi’s Fried Pies! Mimi’s has every type of pie you would want to warm up your belly with a full array of meat and dessert pies that will have your mouth watering, your heart happy and your body comforted!

And these guys are not messing around. The original fried pie was created in the 19th century, as an easy way to make leftovers a fabulous and hearty meal that could be sent into the fields to feed hungry workers. The owners Nancy Fulton & husband Beaux, use an original recipe from 1893 from the mountains of Oklahoma that Nancy’s grandmother used. And they already own an awesome pie shop “Arbuckle Mountain Fried Pies” in Davis, OK.

Mimi’s dessert pies are made fresh daily, and the meal pies are made to order in 4 minutes… that is fast and wholesome!

Enjoy fruit pies of apricot cherry apple and more, savor a crème filled pie, or do breakfast right with their breakfast pies, fill up on mexi-pies, chicken pies, beef and vegetable, spinach & mushroom and so many more. See the Full Menu

Mimi's is located at the Four Seasons Plaza 411 S. Main Street by Rasta Pasta and the French Bakery! Yum! Call them and they will have your pies ready when you walk in! 970-547-8330.

So when you come into Breckenridge make sure you swing by Mimi’s for some comfort food. Also see the many other Breckenridge restaurants we recommend.

Winter Dew Tour Returns to Breckenridge for 2010-2011 Season

The Winter Dew Tour announced the 2010-11 season with the first opening stop being Breckenridge, CO on December 16-19, 2010. The Dew Tour is the world’s premier season-long winter action sports tour and will be opening the season for the 3rd consecutive time at the Breckenridge Ski Resort!

“Breckenridge has proven to be the perfect atmosphere to kick off the Winter Dew Tour season, and we look forward hosting the best winter action sport athletes on our world-renowned mountain.” said Pat Campbell, Chief Operating Officer at Breckenridge Ski Resort.

“Breckenridge Ski Resort and the entire Breckenridge community have been great partners over the past three years,” said Chris Prybylo, Vice President of Events for Alli, the Alliance of Action Sports. “We are eager to build upon the relationship and kick off the winter sports season in Breckenridge.”

The Winter Dew Tour consists of three major, multi-sport events spanning across the country, with a cumulative points system, and a $1.5 million competitive purse. Each event features snowboard (superpipe and slopestyle) and freeskiing (superpipe and slopestyle). At season’s end, the overall point’s leaders are crowned year-end champions and awarded the prestigious Dew Cup.

Boasting the largest media platform in all of winter action sports, all three stops of the Winter Dew Tour will be televised Live on NBC with additional broadcasts on USA Network, MTV2 and Universal HD. In addition, it’s simulcast on Verizon V CAST and around the world on Eurosport 2 and Fox Sports Australia.

The complete 2010-11 Winter Dew Tour schedule is as follows:

Date & Location
Dec. 16-19: Breckenridge Ski Resort – Breckenridge, Colo.
Jan. 20-23: Killington Resort – Killington, Vt.
Feb. 10-13: Snowbasin Resort – Ogden, Utah – Toyota Championship

Do you know you are coming to the Dew Tour? Get the best lodging in Breckenridge when you stay with ResortQuest Breckenridge! See our current lodging deals & see video and pictures of every condo so you can pick the perfect unit for your vacation!