Winter Sports - Snowcapped Mountains, Colorado is Your Winter Wonderland!
Have a POWDER DAY -- A powder day follows a night that has had at least 3 inches of snow fall; the Skiing and Boarding during early morning runs feels like you are floating on air down the slope. Colorado snow is fluffy, dry and deep which reminds us of powder.
See THE DIVIDE -- Best ways to experience the Continental Divide in winter? Head into the wilderness on a Snowmobile Tour or enjoy a Gondola Ride to the top of Monarch Pass! You'll have views that inspire a moment of silence. The Continental Divide runs the crest of Colorado's Rocky Mountains north to south, rivers west of The Divide flow to the Pacific Ocean while the water on the east side of The Divide head down to the Gulf of Mexico.
Discover the Joys of a SNOWDAY -- Bundle the family up for a old-fashioned Horse-Drawn Sleigh Ride, an afternoon on a Sledding Hill, head to Rocky Mountain National Park to Snowshoe or to Rifle Mountain Ice Climbing Park for a true back county adventure.
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