Put the icing on an amazing ski season and host a Gravity Haus snow cabana bash!
These winter dining and basecamp experiences in Breckenridge, Winter Park and Bluebird Backcountry are best enjoyed with friends, family and fellow ski bunnies. Gravity Haus members receive 50% off bookings. So round up your peeps and head to the cabana!
Here are some festive party ideas to inspire your winter soiree:
Gravity Haus Winter Park is home to a fab new 16-foot cabana on the Unravel Café patio. The eight-person cabana includes a dining table, loveseat, coat rack, heater, café lights, Bluetooth speaker, charging station, free WiFi and board games. Host a cozy pre-ski breakfast sesh just 10 minutes from Winter Park Resort and order from the latest seasonally driven Unravel Café menu.
SPRING BREAK BASH
The three 16-foot cabanas on the Cabin Juice patio at Gravity Haus Breckenridge are just steps from skiing and riding on Peak 9. Create your own spring break party headquarters and kick back with up to seven friends to enjoy full menu and service from the restaurant and bar. Bring your own music and host an 80’s-themed costume and dance party!
BACHELORETTE / BACHELOR PARTIES
Log some quality pre-wedding crew time in a posh heated hangout. Private Gravity Haus snow cabanas in Breck, Winter Park and Bluebird Backcountry are perfect venues for happy hour, a mountain town welcome party or to outfit as your personal ski chalet.
Friday Afternoon Club
Nab a snow cabana in Breck or Winter Park just to celebrate life. Kick off the weekend and eat, drink and après until your heart’s content. Invite friends and co-workers to blow off steam and experience cabana life complete with cushy furniture, board games, free WiFi, soft ambient lighting and farm-fresh soul-warming seasonal entrees and cocktails.
Big spring storms call for a hooky day at Bluebird Backcountry with your favorite get-after-it pow hounds. Pick a day to ski until your legs cry uncle and revel in backcountry bliss with a private heated dome at the base area to stash gear, refuel and take a break from ski boots.