• Enjoy Snowmass After Dark

     
    POSTED March 21, 2017
     

There is still time to enjoy spring on the slopes and adventure in the mountains once the sun starts going down in Snowmass

>> A Moonlight Trek on snowshoes or cross-country skis follows a 1.2-mile loop under the moonshine from Snowmass Cross Country Center to Anderson Ranch Arts Center, stopping at stations along the way for hot cocoa with local firefighters, selfie breaks and more. Head down the hill for live music and a pasta dinner at Snowmass Club’s Black Saddle Bar and Grille. 

>> To truly appreciate alpenglow in the mountains, take a twilight dog sled ride through the Snowmass backcountry with Krabloonik, followed by dinner in a 100-year-old, gas-lit log cabin restaurant.

>> At the ski area, ride a snowcat to Lynn Britt Cabin for live music and a gourmet dinner on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Chuckwagon Dinners on Wednesdays.

To take a look at the happenings in Tuolumne County, we’ll zoom in on three areas: Yosemite National Park, Gold Country and High Sierra.

Yosemite

 

Born and raised in Bryan, about 90 miles east of Village of Salado, Chadley Hollas, Village of Salado’s director of tourism, says he came to the town with one goal: to help Salado become Texas’ best small destination. His favorite thing about his adopted hometown is the people. “They are quirky, creative and hospitable—a neat combination that makes for many good conversations,” says Hollas.