Join the Antlers for Highway Clean Up on April 30, 2022 and get a free night on us!
Whew, what a season! And, it isn’t over yet. But that doesn’t mean that it isn’t time to start preparing for summer. As the season winds down, we start the work to get our property, and also the Vail community ready for summer. This includes a morning of cleaning the highway near our property.
While we’ve been cleaning up our own adopted stretch of I-70 since 1988, we also join the Community Pride Highway Cleanup arranged through the Eagle River Watershed Council. The past few years we’ve had a handful of guests join us and had a ton of fun, so we’re bringing it back again this year.
Join the Antlers green team again this spring, following the end of ski season and as the spring melt gets underway, to help clear the trash and debris that emerges after a long winter of being buried in layers of snow. This is our community’s way of sprucing up the valley for residents and visitors alike!
We’d like to once again invite you, our guests, to join us for a morning of service and fun. You come help us pick up trash on the highway for a few hours Saturday morning (April 30) and we’ll give you a free night* on either Friday or Saturday night. That’s it … no other catch. If you want to stay an additional night, you could even book one with our 50th anniversary 50% off deal. But if you just stay one night … it’s a freebie! It’s our way of thanking you for staying with us, and for helping us keep our world a little cleaner place.
If you are a skier, join us Saturday morning for highway clean up, stay the night and then hit the slopes on Sunday for closing day on Vail Mountain!
The Antlers – which has incorporated numerous eco-friendly business practices long before the term ‘green’ was coined – was awarded the TripAdvisor GreenLeader and Actively Green statuses, in addition to the Vail Valley Success Awards Green Business of the Year and the Vail Valley Community Impact Award.
Call us at 800-843-8245 to book!
*All guests staying with this promo should meet in the lobby at 8 a.m. to gather, get vests and bags. Then we’ll shuttle the entire group to our assigned section of the highway. We typically wrap up around 10 a.m. While there isn’t an organized BBQ this year, the Antlers will be providing all of our team members with a casual lunch. When you call just let us know the names of your party so we can add them to our highway clean up roster, and get a head count for lunch.