Fall is here and the bright colors of yellow and orange are making it's appearance around the Vail Valley. We even had our first dusting of snow on top of Vail Mountain on Monday, which means excitement for the upcoming ski season.
Plan a scenic drive this weekend to enjoy the fall colors as they will probably be peaking this weekend. Here are some scenic drives you may want consider:
Battle Mountain and Tennessee Pass: Take I 70 to Highway 24 through Minturn and head south along the scenic byway. I have always thought this is one of the prettiest drives to enjoy the brilliant shades of gold and orange with a splash of red.
Located in the heart of Minturn, Colorado, this is the perfect 9,390 square foot commercial?mixed use building for sale.?Offering 5 apartments, office space on the second floor and the entire first level which can be divided to accomodate offices, retail, restaurant or a mix. This is the ideal?live/work property for owners and employees.? Minturn is located within 10 minutes of two world class year round resorts; Vail and Beaver Creek.
Those of us that live here in the Vail Valley are often looking for great places to eat that are fun for the whole family.? And Minturn, CO has a handful of fantastic places that fit the bill.? Kid friendly and reasonably priced, the following places offer something a little different and are worth the trip.
The Minturn Saloon:? A local favorite for generations!? Also famous as a destination after skiing the Minturn Mile!? Don't miss?the margaritas, chips & salsa, and?roaring fire after skiing! (970) 827-5954?
Mango's Mountain Grill:? Although?a few miles?up the road from Minturn in Red Cliff, Mango's is worth the trip.? Serving an eclectic menu, Mango's is fun for everyone (my son especially likes to play w/ the train table upstairs).? Come for food, music, &?drinks; Mango's has it all including a shuttle so you don't have to drive!? (970) 827-9109