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The Brettelberg Condos at Colorado's Sunlight Mountain Resort Announces 2014/2015 Ski Season Early Bird Special - Ski for Free!

Glenwood Springs - Colorado's Most Affordable Rocky Mountain Ski Vacation

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo., Aug. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- For 2014 / 2015, the Brettelberg Slopeside Condos at Sunlight Mountain Resort is offering what is most likely the most affordable ski vacation opportunity in all of Colorado.  With ski-in / ski-out condos starting at $139 a night and some of the cheapest lift tickets in the rocky mountain region, the 'Berg's ski vacation deals are some of the best around.

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The Brettelberg Condo Association is celebrating over 40 years of service to the Sunlight Mountain Ski Resort area with their Early Bird SKI FREE at the 'Berg vacation specials! Reserve a vacation rental condo by Nov. 1st, 2014 and SKI FOR FREE!

SKI for FREE at the 'Berg! Details:

* Book 2 Nights Get 1 Free Lift Ticket
* Book 3 Nights Get 2 Free Lift Tickets
* Book 4 Nights Get 3 Free Lift Tickets

The Brettelberg Condos are located right on the slopes of the Sunlight Mountain Ski Resort in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. This lodging facility is the only ski-in / ski-out accommodations at Sunlight Mountain Resort, one of Colorado's best kept secrets for ski resorts.

Located in the Golden Snow Triangle of world renowned ski resorts between Vail, Aspen, and Snowmass, Sunlight Mountain Ski Resort is literally a locals secret that is starting to get out.  

When most people think about Colorado ski vacations, they think of Aspen or Vail or one of the larger ski resorts.   At over $100 or more a day for lift tickets and nightly lodging rates that can easily get over $500 a night, Colorado's larger resorts are often priced out of consideration for families, youth groups, church groups, and other budget minded vacationers.

This year, the Brettelberg Slopeside Condos at Sunlight Mountain Resort set out to offer an affordable ski vacation package opening up the opportunity for hundreds of families to ski and see the same mountains and snow normally reserved for the jet setters and 1%-ers.

The Brettelberg has dozens of slopeside rental condos at Sunlight Mountain Resort and each unit reflects the owner's style and personality. Each condo has a fully equipped kitchen, free Internet, and satellite TV.

Available to all guests are an outdoor hot tub, grills on the decks, and a recreation room with a fireplace, pool table, flat screen TV, and games galore. Stay at the Brettelberg for the perfect ski vacation.

Only 12 miles from downtown Glenwood Springs - the Brettelberg Condo / Hotel at Sunlight Mountain Resort feels a world away. It's easy to travel off the Sunlight Mountain Resort area for the great restaurants, shopping and fun activities in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. The friendly front desk staff can help guests plan the fun.

Enjoy the kicked-back vibe at the 'Berg at Sunlight Mountain Ski Resort, where we've been helping folks make great Colorado mountain getaway and ski vacation memories since the 1970s!

Media Contact: Brettelberg Hotel-Condos at Sunlight Mountain Resort, 800-634-0481, [email protected]

Media Contact: Brettelberg Condos, Brettelberg Hotel / Condos at Sunlight Mountain Resort, 1-800-634-0481, [email protected]

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