Bumper Cars On Ice Is Coming To Colorado And It Looks Like Loads Of Fun
Are you a Colorado native and think you have done all there is to do around this great state? What about bumper cars on ice? While there is a good chance that you have scratched the surface, we are willing to bet you have never done this unique wintertime activity before. Get ready to slam into your friends via bumper cars on ice!
Head to the website for Howelsen Ice Complex for the most up-to-date information on pricing, hours of operation, and availability for these Colorado bumper cars on ice.
Have you had a chance to enjoy this winter activity in Colorado? We would love to hear about it in the comments!
For even more fun things to do around the Centennial State this time of year, check out this winter horseback riding trail in Colorado.
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Winter in Colorado
What are the best Christmas towns in Colorado?
Considering that it gets an average of 67 inches of snow a year, there are some really great Christmas towns in Colorado. Here are some of the best:
Durango: Located in La Plata County, here, you’ll find festive decorations and lights downtown as well as holiday festivals, shopping, and a Polar Express Train out of the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.
Telluride: Located in San Miguel County, Telluride is internationally known for its skiing. And during the holidays, this winter wonderland brings it up a notch with a gorgeous lit-up Christmas tree, a Torchlight Parade, fireworks, and more.
Georgetown: Located in Clear Creek County, during the holidays, this town goes full Victorian with a European Christmas market and carolers in period clothing. There is also live music, dancing, food, and even horse-drawn wagons available.
Where can I go skiing in Colorado?
Looking for something more daring than just bumper cars on ice? Known as one of the best places for snow, there are many places to ski in Colorado. Take a look at some of the best:
Vail Mountain Resort: This resort is one of the biggest in the U.S. There are 195 trails, including seven back bowls and 31 lifts. The vertical drop is 3,450 feet.
Keystone Resort: This ski resort has three mountains and a great deal of backcountry skiing. There are 128 trails and eight lifts. The vertical drop is 3,128 feet.
Silverton Mountain: This resort features mostly backcountry skiing with 69 trails and one chairlift. It caters to advanced and expert snowboarding and skiing with school buses shuttling skiers from the bottom of the runs to the base. They also offer heliboarding and heli-skiing.
What are the best holiday events in Colorado?
There are many holiday events in Colorado to join in. Here are some of the most enjoyable:
Bridge of Lights at Royal Gorge: Located in Canon City, 956 above the Arkansas River, you’ll find this 1,260-foot-long suspension bridge. And while it’s a sight to see at any time, during the holidays, it’s even more amazing. Normally, you can only access the bridge on foot, but during this special holiday event, you can drive across it and take in the thousands of lights along it.
Denver Zoo Lights: During the holidays, the Denver Zoo gets all dressed up with festive lighting, ice carvings, holiday displays, and food and drink.