Help Steamboat Springs commemorate 105 years of the “oldest, continuous Winter Carnival west of the Mississippi.”
From a slide and maze built out of ice to breathtaking ice sculptures, the 11th Cripple Creek Ice Festival is sure to have something for the entire family.
Lake City’s famed Ice Park plays host to Top-roped and Lead speed climbing events with Men’s and Women’s categories, prizes and an award ceremony. The entry fee is $30.
Enjoy live music, great food and an extensive array of quirky contests and competitions as part of this epic celebration honoring Bredo Morstol, Nederland’s resident frozen dead guy!
This year marks the 70th running of this time-honored competition in which “a horse and rider pull a skier at a fast pace through a course that has gates, jumps and rings. The skier is timed through the course, and penalties are assessed by missing gates or jumps, and by missing or dropping the baton or any of the rings.”We hope you’re able to attend these wonderful Colorado events this winter! See you out there!Sources: colorado.com denver.org