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Bolton Valley has adjusted its hours to operate from 10 a.m.—5 p.m. on Mondays and Tuesdays. Like many eastern resorts, Bolton Valley will remain open for night skiing until 8 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. If you purchase your season pass for 2011-2012 by April 5th, you’ll receive free skiing for the rest of this season. On March 26th don’t miss the annual pond skim—it’s only $5 to enter with purchase of a full day lift pass.
For more information and a complete list of events, visit www.boltonvalley.com.
Sunsation is back at Copper for its 11th year of free concerts and events. April 17th is the return of the 1976 Red Bull Games—a celebration of retro ski skills like double daffies, and vintage get-ups. On April 16th, catch a glimpse CBS Sports Network’s 2011 Alt Games College Slopestyle and Rail Jam Championships. The following week, on April 24th, make sure to participate in Colorado’s biggest Easter Egg Hunt at 10a.m.
For more details, schedules, and event info visit www.coppercolorado.com
Mt. Bachelor has added two weeks to its season, pushing its closing day back to May 29th. Bachelor will also hold Springtacular this year to celebrate one of the longest seasons in North America. Make sure to round up three of your buddies to enter the Cascade Lakes Brewing Company Suds Cup Race Series. Put together some ridiculous costumes and 100 bucks to compete in four separate events in April. If you’ve got teens who want to hang in the park, enter them (16 and under) into the Salomon Jib Academy. There is no cost and they’ll get a chance to shred with Salomon pro coaches, and compete for great prizes in some of the best terrain parks in the world. The Jib Academy gets going on April 9th. Head to mtbachelor.com for more information.
This year marks the start of Breck’s first annual Spring Fever: a month-long festival that includes free concerts and great deals. Throughout April, select restaurants in Breckenridge will offer special menu items for $18.59 to commemorate the town’s founding year. Ski-and-stay packages are available, starting at $120 per person, per night.
Head to www.gobreck.com for more information on what’s happening at Breckenridge this spring.
Park City has introduced many new spring events for the remainder of the 2011 ski season. While the little guys are out learning, for just $45 Ladies Club is a great way for women to learn the mountain while skiing with a local female pro that calls Park City home. Park City is hosting an Easter Come Early event for both children and adults. The Easter Egg Hunt will begin promptly at 9a.m. on April 3rd, with pastries, hot cocoa, and a visit from the Easter Bunny. Be on the lookout for the Golden Egg while shredding that soft spring snow—find it and you’ve got yourself a free 2011-2012 season pass. Head to www.parkcitymountain.com for more information.