⛷Closing Days and Shenanigans at Colorado’s Favorite Mountain Resorts

It seems like just yesterday we were hitting the slopes for the first time this season. While our snowfall might not have been as epic as in years past, our fun was nothing less than stellar. Warm days, sunshine, and good friends are what make a day on the hill memorable.

Okay… you got me. A little bit of the fluffy stuff helps, too.

With that being said, we bid adieu to the 2017-2018 ski season with some monster bashes at some of our favorite ski resorts. This April, kiss the ski season goodbye in pure Colorado style by participating in these super silly, entertaining events.

Steamboat 
April 15th at 1 pm

Come to the base of Steamboat Ski Area in Gondola Square for the Splashdown Pond Skim. At this annual event, guests try to make it all the way across the pond, some even in costumes.

Follow up the Pond Skim with a free concert featuring Grammy-nominated Robert Randolph and the Family Band.
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Snowmass
April 15th at 1 pm

Finish your 2017-2018 ski season at Snowmass’s Schneetag, a purely Colorado event where teams of four pilot homemade crafts down a slope and attempt to float across a pond. As a bonus for spectators, each team will present a theme and perform a skit before they descend.
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Breckenridge
April 22nd

Breckenridge always knows how to throw a great party and closing day is no exception. The Breck Plunge will help close out the season with a splash. Join the fun at the base of Peak 8 with live music, food, drinks, and great people!
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Copper Mountain
April 14th and April 15th

Copper Mountain doesn’t devote one day to closing festivities but two! Come for this weekend long celebration featuring live music by the Mighty Mighty Bostones and March Fourth. Wild activities include Red Bull Slopesoakers and the Retro Shred-a-thon.
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About our extraordinary writer: Lindsay Diamond is a novelist and freelance writer living in the mountains of central Colorado. Visit Lindsay-Diamond.com to learn more.