In Denver? Here’s your Eco, Traffic-free Commute to Winter Park. [Ski Train]

Via on Dec 29, 2008

Do it. Sounds romantic, fun. Hassle-free. Here’s the link to the Ski Train. Here’s the link to the following excerpt:

The general manager of the Ski Train says passengers will see a one-of-kind view.

“It’s an amazing trip up. You go up all through the Flatirons, and then it turns. It goes up South Boulder Canyon through Pinecliff and Rollinsville. We go through 28 tunnels. Through this canyon there’s a river and the railroad tracks,” said Jim Bain. “There’s no way to get back into some of this country. No matter how long you’ve been in Colorado, unless you’ve been on the train here, you wouldn’t see this. And it is spectacular scenery.”

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