Spring Skiing Deals in Colorado

Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) resorts are kicking off spring ski season with cost saving specials and entertainment to lure skiers and snowboarders to the slopes.

 
 

Here are some highlighted events offered throughout Colorado Ski Country.=:

 

Events

March 2

From March 2 – 4, Winter Park is hosting the 37th Annual Wells Fargo Cup. This event brings together world-class disabled ski racers, Denver celebrities, Broncos alumni along with amateur skiers and snowboarders of all abilities for a weekend of activities to benefit the National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD). The highlight of the weekend is the World Disabled Invitational, when disabled skiers compete head-to-head on parallel courses.

 
 

March 3

Powderhorn is offering a one-day Telefest downhill extravaganza which features guest clinicians, equipment demos, fun events and an Apres-Nord Party with a live band on the Sunset Deck. The lift ticket and clinic is $60.00, clinics are $25.00, the party is $10.00 and a t-shirt is $15.00.

 
 

March 10

Bud Light Rocks the Boat Free Concert Series kicks off in Steamboat for the 13th season, and offers a great mixture of musical genres. All concerts start at 3 p.m. on the Steamboat Stage in Gondola Square, except for closing day, April 15, when there will be two bands and the concert will begin at 2:30 p.m.

 
 

2012 Music Line-up:

Saturday, March 10th – Band of Heathens

Saturday, March 17th – See-I

Saturday, March 24th – ALO

Saturday, March 31st – New Monsoon

Saturday, April 7th – Keller Williams

Sunday, April 15th – TBD @ 2:30pm & JJ Grey & Mofro @ 4pm

 
 

March 11

Butterfly Roundup is one of the feature events at Monarch this year. Teams of two hunt around the mountain collecting colored butterfly stickers worth various points, and the top three teams win prize packages. There are extra points awarded for costumes, and the event is open to all ages. The cost is $10 per team. For more information, call (719) 530-5081.

 
 

March 17

Crested Butte Mountain Resort is once again hosting FestEVOL on March 17 and 18, bringing the unique lifestyle experience that combines mountain sports, live music, innovative natural brands and a sustainably focused “eco-village.”  The headline bands for 2012 include Barenaked Ladies on Saturday, March 17, and Guster/Big Head Todd and the Monsters on Sunday, March 18. Additional musical artists playing at FestEVOL will be announced soon.

 
 

Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort is featuring the annual Steamworks Brewing Company Clambake on Purgatory Beach. Guests can enjoy steamed clams, corn on the cob and potatoes and pair it with Steamworks’ award winning beers. A portion of the proceeds benefit La Plata County Search and Rescue. Clam-tastic tunes round out this fun après ski event, which runs from 2 – 4 p.m.

 
 

Eldora Mountain Resort is hosting its Retro Day, where guest can dig out their favorite retro ski gear and party all day on the mountain. There will be live music, costume party, prizes and drink specials throughout the day. For more information, contact the mountain at (303) 440-8700.

 
 

Copper Mountain presents O’Fuego, for a St. Patrick’s Day family fete. Guests are invited to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day Copper Style, where En Fuego meets the luck of the Irish. This year’s O’Fuego will feature DJ Leprechaun Landry, fire pits, green beer and green fireworks over West Lake at 7pm. It’s a free street party the whole family can enjoy.

 
 

March 19

Sol Vista Basin will hold a Beach Bash and invites guests to chill out. The resort will serve island drinks from a tiki snow bar and play reggae music. There will be fun for the whole family with snow games, an outdoor BBQ, an all-natural log jam, and night skiing and tubing from 5 – 8 p.m.

 
 

March 31

New Belgium is back with their infamous on-mountain Scavenger Hunt at Loveland Ski Resort. Guests don their best costume, chase chickens, search for Bigfoot and answer ridiculous riddles all while skiing, raising money for The Alliance For Sustainable Colorado, and bonding with friends. Guests are invited to grab a buddy or four, bring $10 per person and a lift ticket or season pass, and join the fleet of New Belgium characters on the slopes of Loveland Ski Area for a Scavenger Hunt.

 
 

Echo Mountain is calling all cowboys and cowgirls as that resort hosts the Echo Mountain Round Up, Echo’s version of the Wild West. Guests are invited to don boots, hats and western garb as Denver’s closest ski and snowboard area transforms into the ‘Ol West with Lil’ Wranglers (ages 12 & under) Rail Jam for kids (skiers and snowboarders), evening adult racing, costume contests, BBQ, Rocky Mountain Chili Bowl snowboard giveaway, eating competition, stick horse races, prizes and much more.

 

April 8

The Beach’N Egg Hunt is on once again this year at

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