Stay busy from peak to peak with these fun March/April calendar events
March 1-31: Historic ski artifacts sit on display at the 60 YEARS OF BRECKENRIDGE SKI RESORT HISTORY IN 60 OBJECTS exhibit on Main St Breckenridge Welcome Center. From vintage coats to lift chairs, all 6 decades are covered in the funky museum collection. $5 donation encouraged.
March 4: Skiers performing a Torchlight Ski Down, a feature film on Vail history and the newly renovated Colorado Snowsports Museum exhibit are all a part of the 10th MOUNTAIN LEGACY PARADE. Free and open to the public.
March 5: Snow or shine, Purgatory Resort’s UNCLE CLYDE’S RUN & SLIDE downhill tubing race is on. Teams of two can compete for the most amount of laps to win prizes. Registration costs $40 per team, $50 day of.
March 5-26: Stop and smell the buds of spring at the annual BEAVER CREEK EXTRAORDINAIRE PRESENTS BLOOM. Go from the slopes to the lively lineup of events in Beaver Creek village.
March 25: Join Warren Station and Comedy Works Denver for a night of laughs at Keystone Resort’s WINTER COMEDY SERIES, featuring standup from Gabby Gutierrez and David Rodriguez. Tickets start at $20 and doors open at 7 p.m.
April 1-10: Celebrate the end of the Steamboat Springs winter season at SPRINGALICIOUS. Festivities feature the Cardboard Classic race, Pond Skimming, and free music concerts throughout the week.
April 3-17: Grab your skis and get ready to celebrate the ASPEN SNOWMASS 75TH ANNIVERSARY. Enjoy late-season skiing for the whole family with tickets from $55-$75 when you book with lodging through Stay Aspen Snowmass.
April 9 Indulge in a Hawaiian luau at the Arapahoe Basin mid-mountain lodge MOONLIGHT DINNER SERIES. Enjoy a chef-prepared meal by ease of ski, snowshoe, or lift. Tickets start at $110 per person.