Denver is known for its scenery and winter sports. Whether you’d like to tackle the slopes with the family or you’re simply looking for a fun outdoor activity to do alone, there are Denver activities and events for everyone.
You can try ice skating in downtown Denver at Skyline Park until February 3. It’s free if you bring your own skates, and rentals are just $6 to $8. There is regularly scheduled entertainment, and you can even take skating lessons on Saturday mornings.
The Winter Park Resort is the major ski center in the Denver area. You can book ski lessons, explore with the scenic Snowcat tours, or tube down the hill. There’s also a lodge with mountaintop dining, which offers a truly unforgettable weekend for anyone looking to hit the slopes and have a premier meal when they’re finished.
For those who love craft brews and IPAs, consider the Denver Winter Brew Fest from January 25 to 26 at the Mile High Station. The Winter Brew Fest features local, regional, and national microbrews, live music, food, and a range of other vendors.
Finally, check out the Icelantic’s Winter on the Rocks event on February 1 at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre. This is a truly unforgettable winter concert at one to the world’s most iconic venues.
These are only a few of the winter activities and events that Denver has to offer. We at Transwest GMC hope you stay safe while having fun and enjoying yourself out there.