Enjoy winter’s last days in Denver

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Even though it has created havoc in some areas of the country, us Coloradans love and enjoy winter to the maximum! There are many activities to do around and to enjoy the snow and chilly days. Today, we share with you some of the best things do during winter in Colorado.

Denver Skyline

Top things to do in winter in Colorado

Ice Skating at Southwest Rink, Skyline Park
corner of 16th and Arapahoe

This is one of the activities that you can do for free if you have your own skates. Otherwise, it costs only $2 to rent a pair. There are many activities being held like DJs playing at night, skating lessons, and family entertainment.

Visit Denver’s Parks
City Park, Cheesman Park, and many more

There are over 4,000 acres of traditional parks and parkways that include 2,500 or urban natural acres in Denver. There you can enjoy a walk, sledding, snow-shoeing, and cross-country skiing. A walk through City Park allows you to enjoy the skyline with the gorgeous white Rocky Mountains in the background.

Rocky Mountain National Park
I-25 North, Exit 217, US Hwy. West to Estes Park

Not far from the city, the beautiful Rocky Mountain National Park offers breath-taking sceneries and many snow activities. You can rent cross-country skis or snowshoes there. Call before to check on the park’s schedule.

Go skiing!
Nearby ski slopes

Of course! This is what we should be doing the most since we will run out of the heavy snow sometime soon. You can ski on slopes near Denver, without the need of spending much money at a resort. Some of these places even have snow year around. One of the closest destinations is Winter Park, which averages 350 inches of snow a year. Another nearby option is Loveland, 53 miles west of Denver, on I-70.

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