Introducing C Lazy U’s “Winter Wonderland” Package – More Than 25% Off!

December 13, 2012

Download Press Release as PDF fileThis winter, take your family to C Lazy U, Colorado’s premier guest ranch, for unlimited winter fun! Known for its “5-Spur Service,” C Lazy U is one of the few remaining places where guests can experience a vacation far from the stresses of everyday life, and filled with the rich traditions of the American West. This winter, C Lazy U offers families a vacation package that includes a fourth night free, complimentary Snowcat skiing for children and seemingly endless winter activities to top it off! C Lazy U features a collection of 38 rustically-elegant cabin accommodations, fine dining, a full-service “Lazy U” spa, and 8,500 acres of adventure.

The “Winter Wonderland” package, more than 25% off à la carte rack rates, includes:

  • Complimentary fourth night when you book three
  • Luxurious cabin accommodations
  • Three gourmet meals per day
  • All ranch-sponsored activities
  • Children under 12 ski free with each paying adult!

Nightly rates start at $325 per adult and $125 per child. Package requires a four-day minimum stay, Wednesdays through Mondays only. Valid Jan. 2 through March 24, 2013, excluding Feb. 15-18, 2013. Some restrictions apply. Not valid retroactively on existing reservations. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer. To book, call (970) 887-3344. www.clazyu.com

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