Moving Mountains, An Exclusive Colorado Ski Lodging Company, Shows Growth

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Moving Mountains ski lodging company in Steamboat Springs, Colorado is showing strong numbers for the 2011/2012 ski season, thanks to its unique combination of five-star exclusive vacation home accommodations and all-inclusive hospitality. Moving Mountains takes care of details so its guests don’t lift a finger.

A vacation is meant to be just that – a break from the daily grind. Moving Mountains staff members take care of all the chores and planning details so our guests can fully relax.

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  •     Numbers are up for Moving Mountains property management company in Steamboat Springs, Colorado despite sluggish economy and light snow beginning the season.
  •     Length of stay has increased 3 percent to 6.1 nights over last year.
  •     Average daily rate for bookings in the past month have improved by more than 10 percent compared to last year.
  •     Moving Mountains attributes strong numbers to its unique offerings, including exclusive accommodations and all-inclusive service.
  •     Moving Mountains assists with arrangements for its guests in advance so they don’t have to lift a finger or waste a moment while on their ski vacation

Steamboat Springs, Colorado… Luxury ski vacations should offer guests uninterrupted relaxation. Yet, vacationers to bustling ski areas may find they spend an enormous amount of their valuable R&R time on the phone on hold or standing in line. They wait in line for their rental gear, at the checkout of the crowded grocery store, at the lift ticket window and the ski school office. At the end of a day of skiing, they stand in line to wait for the shuttle bus, then they endure a dinner wait at their favorite restaurant. Moving Mountains in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, eliminates excess effort and wasted time for its guests, offering the area’s most exclusive vacation home rentals paired up with unique hospitality known for exceeding guest expectations. Guests of Moving Mountains find they don’t have to lift a finger or waste a moment, making their vacation time all the more memorable. This unique combination of five-star vacation home accommodations and service is what Moving Mountains attributes to its strong numbers.

This winter Moving Mountains’ length of stay average has increased 3 percent to 6.1 nights. Additionally, its average daily rate for bookings in February improved by more than 10 percent compared to last year, when Steamboat Springs boasted near record snowfall. “We are sold out for certain time periods in March,” reported Moving Mountains President Robin Craigen. “The winter season is finishing strong, with a surge of bookings since the record snowfall hit the headlines.” Steamboat Springs experienced a record-breaking one-day storm of 27 inches of snow in late February, followed by several smaller storms leaving four feet of snow in four days. (See

Moving Mountains staff works with guests prior to their arrival to arrange lift ticket orders, ski school reservations, activity, massage or spa treatment reservations, restaurant reservations, child equipment rentals and even grocery shopping. The locally rooted company is staffed by residents who are passionate about Steamboat Springs and all of its R&R offerings. As such, the staff members know the ins and outs of recreating in this ski town, and they pass along the invaluable knowledge to guests. Moving Mountains’ on-call fleet of four-wheel-drive shuttles delivers guests safely and effortlessly to their desired locations in all types of weather. The company’s full service catered chalet experience even equips the home with a chef who prepares gourmet breakfasts and dinners.

The only lines Moving Mountains guests have to wait in are lift lines, and with its numerous high speed quad chairlifts and thoughtful mountain layout, the Steamboat Ski Area is renowned for having some of the shortest lift lines in the industry.

Moving Mountains offers the following tips on making the most of an exclusive ski vacation. Even those not planning their next ski vacation with Moving Mountains can use these and other tips to make their time away from work, less work! For more tips:

  •     Purchase your lift tickets and make your ski school reservations online, in advance.
  •     Reserve spots in advance at activities, such as sleigh rides and tubing.
  •     Plan your meals in advance, and try to make one big grocery shop.
  •     Seek out ski rental shops that deliver the goods to your door.
  •     Get local advice on where to go and what to see: check out blogs, read the local newspaper, ask any of the friendly residents you meet up with for their suggestions.

For more information or to view Moving Mountains lodging photos, activities, menus and more, visit or call 1-877 624 2538 or 1-970 870 9359.

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Attributable to Robin Craigen, president of Moving Mountains Chalets. Click here for Craigen’s LinkedIn profile:

“A vacation is meant to be just that – a break from the daily grind. Moving Mountains staff members take care of all the chores and planning details so our guests can fully relax.”

“Life is full of opportunities to stand in line. At Moving Mountains, we are determined to keep our guests out of lines! Less time waiting equates to more time relaxing with family and friends, and that’s what a vacation should be about.”

Please contact Moving Mountains PR to arrange an interview and/or for additional quotes:

About Moving Mountains
Moving Mountains is a local company that manages luxury vacation rental properties and catered ski chalets in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Founded by Robin and Heather Craigen in 1997, Moving Mountains introduced Colorado to the catered chalet concept that is widely prevalent in Europe. Moving Mountains currently manages 20 private luxury rental homes and 21 slope side private residences at One Steamboat Place, Edgemont and Chateau Chamonix.

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