In cast you haven’t heard, we launched an Events Calendar page. Not only can you see events around the entire state, you can also add your own with an option for additional promotion. Filter by time, location, and category, or search for a specific type of event. There’s a ton of stuff on there already – 50+ events EVERY SINGLE WEEKEND. Check it out here or preview a few of these events below. Not in Colorado? You can still use this calendar to find outdoor recreation events close to anywhere you’re at in the country by using the filtering feature.

1. Winter Ice Fest

Taking place at Crawford State Park from 9am to 4pm on the 26th, the Winter Ice Fest features an ice fishing class, food, and free access to the park.

2. Frozen Waterfall Snowshoe Ramble

Have you ever seen a frozen waterfall? The Frozen Waterfall Snowshoe Ramble will be departing from Boulder’s REI store at 9am, embarking on a trek that will take participants past frozen waterfalls and over snow-covered rivers. Find out more here.

3. Wilderness and Remote First Aid + CPR Workshop

If you’re looking to amp up your wilderness safety skills, the Wilderness and Remote First Aid + CPR is a great chance to do so. It’s taking place in Estes Park on the 26th from 9am to 5:30pm. Find out more here.

4. Birds of Prey Driving Tour

On January 26, the Birds of Prey Driving Tour will be leaving Boulder at 9am, embarking on a hunt for birds of prey.

5. Snowga

Looking for a unique yoga experience? Snowga is going down at the Downtown Denver Rink at Skyline Park on Saturday, the 26th. It starts a 9am. Find more details here.

6. The Ouray Ice Festival

Head to Ouray for the annual international ice climbing festival that’s sure to be a great time. Not an ice climber? You’ll find a chance to try the sport at the event for a small fee. It takes place from January 24-27. Find out more details here.

 

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