The biggest spring party in the Rocky Mountains is back! Breckenridge Ski Resort’s annual “Spring Fever” month-long festival will again return to Breck to end ski season with a bang, and will feature a series of events taking place from March 18 through April 23, 2017, both on the mountain and in town.
Date: March 4 & 5, 2017
Location: Peak 8 – Freeway Halfpipe
Back for the sixth season Breckenridge is pleased to host the USASA Rocky Mountain region Halfpipe Contest. The Contest will be open to all ages of skiers and snowboarders on our world class 22” Superpipe.
Registration: 7:30-9:0am at the TBar (at the base of Peak 8)
Tickets: Gondola or Peak 8 Ticket Offices
Lifts – Colorado SuperChair or 5 Chair
For registration and other details visit Rockymountainseries.com
Following the parade, head over to the Riverwalk Center to enjoy a FREE concert with the Lowdown Brass Band and party with the Mardi Gras Rex and Queen
Where: 100 – 400 Blocks of South Main Street
Celebrate Fat Tuesday with the traditional Breckenridge Mardi Gras Parade Down Main Street! Gather along the fenced parade route to see the floats locals have put together and get in position to catch any incoming beads, then wear them out to your favorite bar as your night out on the town gets started.
To register for the parade CLICK HERE
For Parade rules and information CLICK HERE
Benefitting the American Cancer Society – “Hope on the Slopes Ski & Ride for a Cure” is a fun, competitive, family-friendly event. Individuals of all ages and skills are welcome to participate. Individuals and teams of up to 15 participants compete for top fundraising, most vertical feet or continued participation on the hour awards. For registration and fundraising information please visit hopeontheslopes.org
Hope on the Slopes provides avid skiers and snowboarders an opportunity to make their day of skiing or riding more meaningful by raising money and awareness for the American Cancer Society, the nation’s #1 nonprofit contributor of funds for cancer research. Find out how you can make your runs count at the American Cancer Society’s website.