With January coming to an end and February on the horizon, it's time to make plans for the remaining winter months. Whether you want to get more days on the hill or put winter events on your calendar before spring, it's time to pencil in some dates with this week's happenings in Summit County.
Photo: Sammy Blair
The SIA On-Snow Demo is the ski industry’s largest international demo day on the hill. Guests will receive a two-day lift ticket to Copper Mountain, breakfast and lunch vouchers for each day, and admission to a Super Bowl party and happy hour events. There will be alpine demo tents set up in Center Village, AT/tele demo tents in the Burning Stones Plaza, snowboard tents in the Flyer Lot and Nordic Equipment in the Grand Hall and outside Copper Station. Come test the latest and best equipment in the business. Registration information is available online.
Photo: Everything Summit, Copper Mountain Resort
It’s Super Bowl Sunday on February 3! Even though the Broncos aren’t playing, come watch the New England Patriots vs. the Los Angeles Rams at Pug Ryan’s Brewery starting at 2 p.m. Wings will be half off, and Pugweizers will be $2.50.
Photo: Everything Summit, Pug Ryan's Brewery
Ice Castles is a stunning display of twinkling lights in 25 million pounds of ice that's been sculpted into an acre-large ice castle in Dillon. Catch the Ice Castles Fire Performances with fire-breathing, spinning, hula and more on Fridays and Saturdays from 7 to 10 p.m. Tickets are available online.
Photo: Everything Summit, Ice Castles
Join Colorado Adventure Guide’s Powderhunt crew every Saturday to explore a new zone of untracked powder. The group is open to the public and priced at a group rate with no minimum size. The tour costs $150 per person, or you can buy a three-punch pass for $375. These tours are designed for intermediate to advanced skiers.
Photo: Everything Summit, Colorado Adventure Guides
Friends of the Dillon Ranger District is hosting its fundraising Casino Night on Thursday, February 7, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Silverthorne Pavilion. Guests can play poker, blackjack, roulette and craps and bid in the silent auction. Light appetizers and $500 of funny money for gambling are included in the ticket price, and beer and wine will be available for purchase. Tickets cost $50 online and $60 at the door.