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Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre
The Red Rocks Amphitheatre is located at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and owned and operated by the city and county of Denver. The natural amphitheatre consists of two around three hundred foot high sandstone monoliths, known as Ship Rock and Creation Rock. These monoliths have a history that dates back 250 million years and offer a dramatic background and perfect acoustics for musical events. The stage and theatre were designed by Denver architect Burnham Hoyt who wanted to integrate the theatre in its natural setting whilst preserving its beauty. The work on the theatre lasted for 12 years and was completed in 1947. Today it is home to many events,especially concerts and comedy acts as well as a summer session of "Movie on the Rocks" and Easter Sunrise Services. Several hiking trails are located around the theatre. For information about opening hours and forthcoming events please visit the website.
Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse
There is no admission cost to enter this Boulder restaurant. Boulder's sister city of Dushanbe, Tajikistan sent 200 crates of hand carved and painted pieces of structure and furnishings of a traditional Tajik tea house to Boulder. Here with the aid of Tajik artisans that made the trip with the crates the only teahouse of its kind in the Western Hemisphere was assembled. It was expanded to include a restaurant after it was completed in 1998. The restaurant includes a wide variety of dishes for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. The location is directly next door to the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Vail Ski Resort
Vail Ski Resort has been voted best ski area in the United States fourteen of the last seventeen years. It is the largest ski area in the United States with 5289 acres. There are 34 lifts. The longest run is 4 miles. The area is broken down 18% beginner, 29% intermediate and 53% advanced and expert. Several of the lifts have a restaurant at the top of them. The area is open for skiing from about the middle of November to about the middle of April depending on snow conditions. Hours of operation run from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for the first half of the season and to 4 p.m. during the second half of the season. Different from most areas in that the ski area built the town. The town is located right off interstate 70. Vail is a year round resort with golf, hiking, horseback riding and other summer activities available during the summer. Adult mid season ticket price is $92 when bought at the window. However purchasing seven days in advance and internet purchases gain more favorable rates.
Arapahoe Basin is one of the oldest ski resorts in Colorado, its first lifts opened in 1946. It is the highest skiable terrain in the US and due to its location, with an average of 30 ft of snowfall per year, skiers can enjoy the season often from October to June. Arapahoe Basin offers 105 trails for all levels, for beginners there are ski schools available. The resort is served by 7 lifts which open at 8.30 in the morning. There are several shops, rental facilities for equipment, cafes and restaurants directly at Arapahoe, the closest facilities for accommodation can be found in Keystone. The web site provides a snow report, real-time web cams and virtual tour.