Warmer temperatures, blue-bird skies, stellar snow conditions and an itinerary packed with one-of-a-kind events and activities ensure Colorado is the perfect setting for an unforgettable spring break vacation. Whether it’s the whole family looking for downhill thrills or a couple’s escape paired with local libations, Colorado is the perfect destination to welcome a new season of fresh adventures.

Snow Packed Thrills
Western Slope Ski and Stay (Palisade). Partnering with nearby Powderhorn Mountain Resort, Colorado Wine Country Inn invites guests to enjoy the magic of skiing in the heart of the world’s largest flat top mountain and revel in the charm of Colorado Wine Country at the state’s first wine themed boutique hotel. Visitors will enjoy a one night stay for two adults, two full day passes to Powderhorn Mountain Resort, breakfast and an afternoon wine reception.
Snow Bike & Brew (Telluride). For adventure seekers looking for a fun alternative winter alpine activity, while enjoying some of Colorado’s best local craft beers and spirits, The Hotel Telluride’s Snow Bike & Brew package combines adventure and luxury with a three-night stay in an Elite View room offering 180 degree views of the San Juan Mountains, a private professionally-guided fat bike snow tour, locally crafted beers and spirits and a customized, five-course dining experience at The Hotel Telluride along with breakfast for two daily.
Night Bike Tours (Winter Park). A combination of skiing and mountain biking, ski biking offers an alternative to skiing and snowboarding down the slopes. On Friday and Saturday nights from mid-December to late March, Night Bike Tours are available for two hours of night riding. It’s the perfect way to see the mountain in a whole different light. Tours include a guide, ski bike rental, orientation, gondola lift access, helmet, headlight, glasses and visibility vest.

Kid Friendly Fun

Ski Swim Stay (Glenwood Springs). For families with pre-teen children in tow, Sunlight Mountain Resort gives parents an affordable skiing excursion where kids 12 and younger ski free with a paying adult. After conquering the slopes, there’s no better way to après than at the world’s largest hot springs pool. The Ski Stay Swim Package lets families choose from several hotels that all offer a free shuttle to and from Sunlight Mountain and many are within an easy walk of Glenwood’s historic downtown.
Spring Break on the Ranch (Granby). From March 12 to April 9, C Lazy U Ranch will offer everyone from young students to older couples the chance to relax and participate in some last-minute snow activities such as sledding, ice skating, snowmobiling, cross country skiing and more. A modified kid’s program allows families to eat together, while parents get some alone time in-between meals. As an all inclusive resort, guests can relax as they know meals, activities and lodging are all covered in nightly rates.
No School, Kids Rule (Colorado Springs). Available March 17 to April 4, Cheyenne Mountain Resort’s No School, Kids Rule camp inspired experience invites families to forge a new adventure from on‐property movie nights, games and gourmet campfire s’mores to off‐property treks at the only mountain zoo in the United States. At the resort, guests can also explore over 200 scenic acres, swim a few laps, play a game of golf or relax at the Alluvia Spa & Wellness Retreat.