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Cheapest 2014 Spring Break Slope-side Ski Vacation Announced - The Brettelberg Condos at Colorado's Sunlight Mountain Resort

Colorado's Most Affordable Ski Resort Just Got Cheaper for College Students, Church Groups, and Family Ski Vacationers

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo., Jan. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Brettelberg Slopeside Condos at Sunlight Mountain Resort (The 'Berg) has announced Colorado's cheapest slopeside, ski-in / ski-out, 2014 Spring Break vacation package available.  

(Photo:  http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140106/MN40423 )

For Spring Break 2014 (anytime in March), The 'Berg is extending their Ski Free promotion and offering free lift ticket specials for up to an entire week stay for guests during the month of March.

The program offers up to 5 Free Lift Tickets for any week during the month of March for Spring Break vacationers.  

So what are all the details for this hard to beat Spring Break ski vacation special from the Brettelberg Slopeside Condos at Sunlight Mountain Resort?

Spring Break 2014 Vacation 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
* Book 5 Nights Get 4 Free Lift Tickets
* Book 6 Nights Get 5 Free Lift Tickets

Call 1-800-634-0481 to reserve a condo today!
SKI for FREE!

Additional Details
* Additional Lift Tickets can be purchased by registered Brettelberg Owners / Guests at discounted rates: $45 Adults / $40 Children - must be actively staying in a 'Berg unit.
* Booking MUST be made over the phone - mention the "Ski Free at the Berg!" promotion.

The Brettelberg is located on the slopes of the Sunlight Mountain Ski Resort in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. This Hotel/Condo location offers the perfect Colorado Ski experience with the only ski-in / ski-out accommodations at Sunlight Mountain Resort.

The Brettelberg has dozens of slopeside rental condos at Sunlight Mountain Resort in Glenwood Springs, and each reflects the owner's style and personality. Each condo has a fully equipped kitchen, free Internet, and satellite TV. Available to all 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 with us for the perfect Glenwood Springs, Colorado 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. Visit Colorado and stay at the Brettelberg!

What makes Sunlight Mountain Resort so special? 
For starters, Sunlight gives you a full day of skiing for about half the cost of the mega resorts. You'll park for free, walk to the lifts, and never stand in line. Without the crowds, the powder lasts for days. All 67 trails lead right back to the lodge where you can stow your brown bag lunch or pick up something hot at the grill. No hassles. No hype. It's exactly what you've been missing.

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

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