FrontRunners: Rocky Mountain High

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Colorado’s peak skiing experience this winter can be found at Beaver Creek (www.beavercreek.com), where a new $50,000 five-night trip for four comes with a slew of powder-themed perks. Available through April 20, the package includes round-trip first-class airfare, two days of private ski instruction, and EpicPass season passes—valid at Beaver Creek, Vail, and 24 other ski areas in four countries. Based at the four-bedroom Trappers Cabin on the slopes of Beaver Creek, participants will have access to the resort’s runs before they open to the general public. Additional benefits include helicopter transfers and après-ski spa treatments.

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