Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Cutting your own Christmas Tree at Ski Town Condos, Salida and Monarch Colorado Lodging


Family of seven cutting their Christmas tree in the forest and snow all around.
Looking for that perfect Christmas tree?

Cutting a Christmas tree in a national forest is a tradition for many families where nothing will do but a tree they cut themselves.

In doing so, you take an active part in managing your national forests as you celebrate your own family's holiday tradition! Permit is $10 with the US Forest Service, Nov 21 - Dec 23, 2016.
Charming log bed with a red duvet comforter, brown walls, metal art work of a moose on the wall, bed lamp, and a ceiling fan.  Brown and green towel sets hanging on a rod iron towel bar at the foot of the bed.

Ski Town Condos is located in the San Isabel National Forest, perfect place to look for your Christmas tree. Condos $165 to $225 per night + 7.3% tax.


Gigi Griefenberg, Owner Ski Town Condos Vacation Rentals, your Monarch and Salida Colorado Lodging Choice


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