Ski Season 20-21 Locals Love Deal Benefiting Colorado Avalanche Information Center

The 2020-2021 ski season is coming to a close. We are so proud of our community for helping to do their part to keep the ski mountain and businesses open throughout this winter.

As a thank you we are offering a special end of the season lodging deal to local Eagle, Summit and Lake County residents. Use discount code “LOCALLOVE” when booking for a special $175 per night rate on stays April 12-18, 2021 in a studio, one-bedroom or one-bedroom with bunk condo. Or, use the code to book a two-bedroom condo for only $269.

$25 of each room night booked will go towards supporting the Colorado Avalanche Information Center (CAIC)!

Take advantage of Antlers amenities such as the heated creekside pool, ski valet and complimentary parking when booking direct.

Subject to availability and restrictions. Valid on new bookings only. At check in guests must show valid Eagle, Summit or Lake County ID for special rate.

About the Colorado Avalanche Information Center (CAIC)

The Colorado Avalanche Information Center (CAIC) is a program within the Colorado Department of Natural Resources, Executive Director’s Office. The program is a partnership between the Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Department of Transportation (CDOT), and the Friends of the CAIC (FoCAIC) a 501c3 group. The mission of the CAIC is to provide avalanche information, education and promote research for the protection of life, property and the enhancement of the state’s economy.

Since 1950 avalanches have killed more people in Colorado than any other natural hazard, and in the United States, Colorado accounts for one-third of all avalanche deaths. The Colorado Avalanche Warning Center began issuing public avalanche forecasts in 1973 as part of a research program in the USDA-Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station. The program moved out of the federal government and into the Colorado state government, becoming part of the Department of Natural Resources in 1983. The CAIC joined the Colorado Department of Transportation’s highway safety program in 1993. The Friends of the CAIC (a 501c3 group) formed in 2007 to promote avalanche safety in Colorado and support the recreation program of the CAIC.