It’s easy enough to spend a day in this favorite vacation destination without going over budget!
Start your day with breakfast at . The roastery-meets-café offers breakfast sandwiches, pancakes, French toast, omelets, homemade bagels and more, as early as 6:30 a.m. Snagging breakfast for less than $15 is incredibly easy, even if you do decide to treat yourself.
After breakfast, it’s time to explore the area’s winter wonders. Winter hiking is easily accessible if you have the right gear (snowshoes are a must!). Check out the of 12 can’t-miss mountains to pick a hike according to your skill level. The hiking is free, but if you do need to rent a pair of snowshoes or you want to book a snowshoeing tour, you can do so starting at just $5 with regional vendors such as .
To start your evening on a celebratory note, visit one of . There are a range of ice bars to choose from, located around the area at resorts, restaurants and public spaces, but all are sure to delight with tasty cocktails despite the frigid temperatures.
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