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December 20th: 50 Classic Ski Descents at Vail Brewing Co. Brewery

Posted on December 13 2016

As the snow begins to fall come help us get stoked for the upcoming ski season with Cripple Creek Backcountry’s Vail Event. Invite your friends and RSVP on Facebook!

Come grab a local brew with us and enjoy as Art Burrows presents "50 Classic Ski Descents of North America" at 8 pm on December 20th, at Vail Brewing Company Brewery. Art is a pioneer of telemarking and backcountry skiing based out of Aspen, CO. For the past 50 years Art has explored the world of ski mountaineering all over North America, from British Columbia to our own Colorado backcountry. He knows where to find the best snow during the best time of year at the most epic destinations for the powder tourist to the ski mountaineer.

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Art Burrows navigating a steep face through a hazardous serac field

Art will give a 30 minute slideshow presentation about his most interesting trips, new ski adventure possibilities and raise the stoke for the upcoming season! He will provide commentary, photos and compelling stories he dealt with in the making of this publication. Following the presentation Art will promote his coffee table book “50 Classic Ski Descents” which he will be selling for 60% off and also be available to sign and personalized for holiday gift ideas.

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Art Burrows and company celebrate on a Summit

This event will be open to the public. So invite your friends, get to VBC early to get barstool and grab a beer. Art’s presentation will leave you jaw dropped, craving your next backcountry adventure.

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