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Celebrate spring at Vail

Posted by Kari Bodnarchuk  March 11, 2011 07:00 AM

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Visit Vail this spring and you may see men dancing with lawn chairs to a choreographed piece or people skidding across a slushy, manmade "pond'' at the bottom of a ski slope. These and other fun events take place during Vail Cascade Resort's annual SpringFest, March 7-April 24. Don't miss the Taste of Vail, a three-day gourmet food festival, and the Vail Film Festival, a four-day event featuring film screenings, classes, and a filmmakers' reception. During SpringFest, the resort offers four-night packages from $129 to $169 per person, per night (based on date and double occupancy) and includes $500 in resort credit; seven-night packages run $109 to $149 with $800 in resort credit. Mention SpringFest when booking.

800-420-2424, www.vailcascade.com

Photo credit: Vail Cascade Resort

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