The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa at Beaver Creek Mountain is kicking off the Halloween weekend with the 2nd annual Scary Scurry Costume 5K this Friday, Oct. 28th at noon.
Free and open to the public, this 5K walk/run will leave from The Westin Riverfront’s Gondola Plaza. Join The Westin’s Run Concierge Tamara Donelson and Assistant Athletic Club Director Heather Pugh on the course, which will go west on the Eagle River bike path, around Nottingham Lake, then back along the bike path to end at The Westin Riverfront.
Participants are encouraged to dress in their Halloween costume and bring a food donation to help stock the shelves at the Vail Valley Salvation Army Food Pantry.
The Westin Riverfront – which is locally owned by East West Destination Hospitality – is encouraging all of its associates to participate in the 5K as part of its Mountains of Wellness initiative. Mountains of Wellness is a comprehensive support program which includes quarterly Wellness Trainings with a certified health coach, weekly nutritional tips and healthy recipes and quarterly Wellness Challenges.
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