Each summer in Colorado, the mountains come alive with millions of vibrant, colorful wildflowers that sway in the breeze and brighten up the landscape. With wildflower season quickly approaching, we've compiled the best places to gaze upon wildflowers at Colorado's ski resorts. Whether you're adventuring by car, on bike or on foot, Colorado Ski Country offers dozens of ways to see these breathtaking wildflowers across the state.
There’s something special about the summer festival season. Wonderful warm weather, bluebird skies, delicious food, drinks and entertainment. Colorado’s ski areas offer a unique festival experience, with breathtaking Colorado mountain views and gorgeous scenery to complement the fun. Colorado ski resorts host a wide variety of summer festivals, focusing on everything from food and music to adventurous multi-day athletic competitions and more.
Here’s your one-stop guide to the Summer 2018 festival season at Colorado ski resorts around the state:
For many skiers and snowboarders, watching the snow melt from the slopes is a sad process. Luckily, the end of winter has a silver lining as Colorado ski areas host a full calendar of summer activities, festival and events to celebrate the warmer months of the year.
As a way to say thanks for a great season, Purgatory Resort is offering free lift tickets during its final weekend of the season, April 21-22.
Don’t hang up those skis and boards just yet
Purgatory Resort officials announced that the resort is once again extending its season through the end of April. Purgatory will offer skiing and snowboarding on weekends throughout April.