Hotel Offers Biking Through Boulder Package

 
 
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Hotel Offers Biking Through Boulder Package

Published 06/21/2010

(Boulder, Colorado) - Boulder, Colorado is world-renowned as the home for many of America ’s top bike rides, thanks to incredible scenery and great proximity to amazing biking terrain. This summer, experience the city’s enthusiastic biking culture with the Millennium Harvest House Boulder's Biking Through Boulder Package.

The package includes: standard accommodations for two (with available room upgrade to a Superior room for inspiring mountain views); full Buffet Breakfast for two to fuel the day’s explorations; professionally guided road or mountain bike tour lasting from one and a half to two hours (depending on the type of ride chosen and travel time to/from the starting point); free transportation, as well as helmet and bike rental.

From the front door of the hotel, your professional guide from Colorado Wilderness Rides and Guides will take you through a mountain or a road bike tour that provides guests with a safe, educational and uniquely Colorado experience. Your guide will tailor your ride distance and difficulty blending challenge, exertion, and enjoyment to your fitness level and scenery preferences. There are many options that offer grand vistas and terrain ranging from easy to challenging.

Available from $289. To book, please call the Millennium Harvest House Boulder at (303) 443-3850, or book online at www.millenniumhotels.com/boulder and use the code GBIKET.

Recently rated the Number One Sports Town in America and the Happiest City in the U.S., the Millennium Harvest House Boulder is an active vacationer’s dream, due in part to the property’s gorgeous indoor and outdoor pools, 16 acres of gardens, location within walking distance to over 25 restaurants and bars, and the property’s famed Friday Afternoon Clubs - an outdoor summer concert series that runs from May through August.

Must reserve at least 48 hours prior to arrival and cancel at least 48 hours prior to arrival.

Package is based on double occupancy, availability and is non-transferable. Guide gratuity is not included. Bike tours may be scheduled in groups with a minimum guide ratio of 1 guide for 6 participants. Once package is reserved; we will contact you to schedule your ride with Colorado Wilderness Rides and Guides.

Offer expires November 20th, 2010.

 

 
     

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