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Celebrate Snow In Colorado With Exciting Winter Festivals

Submitted by Kathie Gonzalez on Jan 14, 2013 - 7:04pm
Posted in Denver Events

With winter in full swing, there's plenty to do in Denver - and throughout Colorado - no matter how much you love (or hate) the cold and snow. Check out these winter festivals and visit our friends at for more details (list below courtesy of Colorado Tourism):

  • WinterBike, Copper (January 19). Winner of the NSAA's "Most Unique Event" in 2012, the 2nd annual festival encourages participants to slip, slide and ride their way through Copper Village to a finish line celebration complete with fireworks. Registration for WinterBike is $20.
  • Winter Brew Fest, Denver (January 25). A celebration of craft beverages from around Colorado and beyond, the Winter Brew Fest features live local music, food tastings, and other entertainment.
  • Snowdown, Durango (January 30 – February 3). Celebrate snow at Durango's annual quirky winter festival, where this year's theme is "Get Your Geek On" iSnowdown 2.0.13. Guests will enjoy more than 60 unique and zany events: ski softball tournament, Snowdown Balloon Rally, beard growing contest and more.
  • Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival, Steamboat Springs (February 6-10). This historic winter festival celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2013. Events include: the snow sculpture contest, ski races, snow tubing, live entertainment and performances by the Steamboat Springs High School marching band — the world's only marching band on skis.
  • WinterFest Weekend, Pagosa Springs (February 7 – 10). Some events include Nordic races for kids and adults, Anything Goes Downhill Sled Race, Snow Sculpting Contest, Snowshoe Stop and more.
  • Telluride's Gay Ski Week, Telluride (February 23 – March 3). From the Academy Awards watching party, to the popular White Night Party, ski week guests will enjoy 10 days of skiing and events.
  • Big Air on Elk, Crested Butte (March 9). A snowmobile tows top local skiers and snowboarders, launching them off of a five-story, park-style jump at Third Street and Elk Avenue.
  • The Ski Joring & Crystal Carnival, Leadville (March 1 – 3). Ski joring is a competition where a horse and rider pull a skier at a fast pace through a course that features gates, jumps and rings. Additional activities include a children's parade, Nordic and winter mountain bike races and more.

(From PR Newswire)

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