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April 17, 2024

Spring Events in Summit County: Celebrate the Season’s End with Fun-filled Activities

Spring is here, and Summit County is buzzing with excitement as we bid farewell to winter and welcome the warmer days ahead. From thrilling pond skim events to lively concerts, there’s something for everyone to enjoy as we celebrate the season’s end. Here’s a list of the top spring happenings in Summit County:

Resort Closing Dates:

  • Breckenridge Ski Resort: The gondola operations will stop on April 29th, with the final closing date to be determined in early May.
  • Keystone Resort: Closed to prepare for summer operations.
  • Vail Resort: Closing on April 21st.
  • Copper Mountain Resort: Closing on May 7th.
  • Arapahoe Basin Ski Area: Closing date to be determined in early June.

Spring Events:

Breckenridge’s Annual Pond Skim: April 27th

Kick-off at 11:00 AM back at the base of Peak 8 this year! Come spectate all the fun, where skiers and riders in all sorts of costumes attempt to make it across the man-made pond. Beware of the splash zone!

Breckenridge’s 5 Peaks Music Festival: April 27th -28th

Enjoy live music performances by Ghostland Observatory, the Lil Smokies, and Jayceeoh.  This new music series is put on by KONA Big Wave, and music will take place alongside the annual Pond Skim Event at the base of Peak 8.

Copper Mountain’s Slush Rush: April 27th

In True Copper mountain style, skiers and riders are welcome to compete in a relay race with a twist ending at the always exciting pond skim. The course includes: Subaru Superpipe Slalom, Nokian Tyres Cross Course, Yetti Rails and Pond Skim.

Copper Mountain’s Sunsation Music Festival: April 27th -28th  

Get ready for high-energy performances by top artists. Live music with Brass Attack, Ripe, Beau Thomas Band, The Main Squeeze.

Embrace the joys of spring in the Rockies and make the most of these exciting events in Summit County. Whether you’re hitting the slopes one last time or soaking up the sunshine at a music festival, there’s no shortage of fun-filled activities to enjoy as we welcome the changing season.

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