Colorado is one of the most sought-after skiing destinations in the world. And, now, with the recent legalization of Cannabis, a vacation in Colorado can be just the thing for bachelors and bachelorettes planning a fun weekend getaway or for those who want to take part in the Green Rush for business, pleasure or medicinal healing.
Book Your Green Vacation in Colorado Through Farnesi to Make the Most of Your Winter Getaway
When guests book Colorado winter vacations through Farnesi Travel, we put together unique, personalized itineraries combining the travelers' goals and interests with the best the Rocky Mountains have to offer.
To start, Colorado has some of America's best ski and snowboarding resorts. These include:
Aspen. In addition to some of the most challenging ski runs, Aspen has a wonderful nightlife and plenty of shops for the non-skiers in your group. Plus, you never know which celebrity you may run into in the numerous 5-star restaurants.
Breckenridge. Take a day off from the slopes and visit the Country Boy Mine or go dog sledding with a team of Siberian Huskies. Breckenridge also has some of the best hand-crafted beer breweries in the nation.
Vail. As the largest of Colorado's ski resorts, Vail is also home to the Colorado Ski & Snowboard Museum & Hall of Fame as well as world-famous dining options.
Consider extending your stay by a day or two so you have time to visit other delightful Colorado destinations such as Steamboat, Frisco and Denver. Each of them has embraced the Green Rush in style. Cultivating Spirits in Frisco organizes high-quality, responsible Cannabis tours, complete with gourmet dinners and wine tasting. Plus, 5% of their profits are donated to local non-profits.
We also recommend visiting High Country Healing where you can enjoy medicinal, recreational and/or educational Cannabis growing tours.
You can read more about Colorado's new cannabis laws here. Ready to enjoy the Green Rush as well as the exhilarating rush of the slopes? Contact Farnesi Travel and book a luxury winter getaway for that you'll never forget.