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Win a Spot on a Hike and Bike Beer Tour of Colorado

Submitted by on May 29, 2012 – 2:07 pmNo Comment

The folks at Zephyr Adventures are doing it again. Last year, the adventure travel company gave away a spot on a six-day Hike, Bike & Beer Adventure in the areas of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.

This year, the company that also puts on the annual Beer Bloggers Conferences, will give one lucky entrant a spot on its Colorado Beer Adventure Tour http://www.zephyradventures.com/coloradogiveaway/ from October 8-12, 2012. And to sweeten the pot, the prize includes a day at the Great American Beer Festival in Denver.

Included are one round-trip airfare to the tour location from anywhere in the U.S. and one free spot on Zephyr Adventures’ Colorado Hike, Bike, Beer & Brewpubs Adventure, as well as lodging, most meals, activities, brewery visits, guides, and local transportation.

The tour is geared toward all skill levels. You can find full details at this link.

What do you have to do for a chance at this fantastic adventure? Simply go to this page and fill out the form. It’s that easy.

Zephyr Adventures says the giveaway was made possible with the help of its partners Untappd, Draft Magazine, World Class Beer and New Belgium.

Of course, even if you don’t win, you can still sign up for the tour. The cost is $1,700 per person ($600 optional single supplement).

Disclosure: This post offers a chance for Road Trips for Beer editor Gerard Walen to win a spot on the tour in a separate contest for beer bloggers. If he wins, he warns anyone who might be bunked with him that he snores. Loudly.

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