Runs through Feb 16th
Free admission; Skate rentals are $7-$9 or you can bring your own skates for free
Corner of 16th and Arapahoe
Grab your family and friends and head down to the Denver Rink @ Skyline Park. Entertainment and activities each week, including Friday night DJ's; Saturday morning skate lessons; Saturday night concerns and Sunday afternoon entertainment.
Saturday, February 22nd
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM MST
Price: $15 @ The door; Seniors 65+ & Military $7; Kids FREE w/ paid adult
National Western Complex
4655 Humboldt Street
Denver, CO 80216
Indoor family festival featuring kid's entertainment, vendor booths and activities such as bouncies, face painting, cookie decorating, kids tattoos, karate demo, crafts and games.
Saturday, March 14th, 2020
Starts @ 9:30 AM MDT
Free to attend
Denver, CO 80202
Parade starts @ 9:30. Includes Irish dancers, bagpipes, bands, equestrians, civic and cultural groups.
Denver packs a lot of winter beauty in our local parks. The Mile High City boasts more than 4,000 acres of traditional parks, including 2,500 urban parks. Take in the gorgeous views of the skyline framed by the Rocky Mountains @ Washington Park; City Park; Chessman Park.
Or travel just an hour outside our city to Rocky Mountain National Park and enjoy Trail Ridge Road - crests at over 12,000 feet and includes many overlooks along with 300 miles of hiking trails and wildlife.
You can check out winter recreation opportunities at the Rocky Mountain National Park here to include avalanche / snow and trail conditions, snowshoeing, skiing, sledding and wildlife watching.
WINTER PARK RESORT has been voted the #1 ski resort in North America and offers easy access to skiers arriving @ the International Denver Airport. Just 2 hours from the airport and surrounded by breathtaking scenery, Winter Park Resort has more than 3,000 ski-able acres. This is also a great Downhill Mountain Park and Colorado's longest Alpine Slide in the summer.
VAIL is one of the largest ski resorts in the world with more than 5,200 acres of open terrain, Back Bowls spanning 7 miles and the most groomed terrain ever. Vail has been a destination point for more than 50 years and offers luxury accommodations with many opportunities for shopping and dining.
LOVELAND SKI AREA is just 53 miles west of Denver and averages 400 inches of snow annually and boasts 1,800 acres of remarkable terrain. Enjoy FREE snowcat skiing along the Continental Divide, an innovative lesson program and more snow than anyone in the area.
KEYSTONE RESORT is 70 miles west of Denver with 131 trails and 235 inches of snow. Keystone offers a variety of lodging with over 1,600 units ranging from hotels, condos, b&b's. At 11,640 feet, Dercum Mountain is home to long, open runs and is a great place to start for beginners and intermediate skiers and snowboarders.
ARAPAHOE BASIN SKI AREA is known for its excellent snow and extended ski season (the longest in all of Colorado). Located just 68 miles west of Denver, Arapahoe Basin offers some of the state's best views and is recognized nationally for its terrain, vibe and affordability. A great family-friendly ski experience.