Wine & Climb

    Wine & Climb 

    Saturday, August 12th, 2017

    • Location: Four Points Lodge – 2305 Mt. Werner Circle Steamboat Springs
    • Time: 10am-1pm
    • Price: $100 — BUY TICKETS HERE



    • Meeting Time: 9:30AM
    • Meeting Location: Four Points Lodge
    • Menu Notes: Please note, we only offer set menus for each event, and as a general rule we are not able to offer substitutions. We are able to make an exception for allergies only if the ingredient in question is something that we can easily leave out of a dish, such as nuts or bread.
    • Please advise us if you or your guest(s) have any food allergies by sending an email by Wednesday, August 9th. Send email


    More Info:  Age 21+ | Outdoor & Indoor | Lunch & Tasting | Wine | Mountain Hiking Attire

    Start your day right with breathtaking views of Steamboat and beyond as you venture out with Steamboat Resort Ambassadors on this revitalizing hike. Elevate your body and energy as you trek through beautiful aspens and wildflowers in the great outdoors of Steamboat. Beginning with a ride up the Gondola, this beautiful scenic route will follow the Chisholm Trail up to Four Points. After the hike, enjoy a delicious lunch complemented with an impressive selection of wines that will please your palate as you relax and let the wine’s legs do their work.

    Geared for the advance level, this hike is approximately 3-4 miles long. Please allow up to 3-4 hours for the hike, lunch and tasting. Hikers will meet at the Information Center in Gondola Square at 9:30am, and then it’s time to hit the trails! Limited space, as we want you to enjoy the hike without a crowd. Address: 2305 Mt. Werner Circle Steamboat Springs, CO 80487.

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    All events, prices, personalities, performances, venues, dates and times subject to change without notice. No refunds or exchanges. No one under 21 will be admitted, must show valid photo ID. The Festival urges all adults to consume alcoholic products responsibly.

    More about Mt Brave: High atop Mt. Veeder, breathtaking views evoke a quiet rapture, an appreciation requiring no further explanation or comment. Mt. Veeder speaks for itself. The respect for the land held by the Wappo, “The Brave Ones,” who first called the mountain home, still resonates. Among these rugged canyons and isolated valleys are iconic vineyards producing wines of such instantly recognizable character that they could only come from one very special place. Wine has been crafted from Mt. Veeder soils since the early 1860s. Along with other Napa winemaking pioneers such as Charles Krug and Agoston Haraszthy, Captain Stalham Wing, who arrived on Mt. Veeder in 1853, showed the first Mt. Veeder wine at the Napa County Fair in 1864. For 150 years, determined winegrowers were moving forward where many thought the conditions too severe, too extreme, and too lacking in promise. The land that is now home to Mt. Brave was originally purchased in 1841, before the Gold Rush forever changed California and two decades before the Civil War.

    More about Four Points Lodge: Located atop the Four Points chairlift on Storm Peak, the Four Points Lodge is a unique mountain retreat, nestled at 9,716 feet above sea level. The menu focuses on natural, healthy menu items featuring local ingredients. If it’s one of those beautiful Colorado bluebird days, then sit back and enjoy the expansive veranda with a view as far as the eye can see.