Events Archives

There are plenty of ongoing events here in Colorado every year. Everything from ski and snowboard swaps to conferences to holiday parties at the resorts. Be sure to check the Colorado Snow events calendar for our most up-to-date listing of events around the state.

  1. Colorado Athletes at the 2018 Winter Olympics

    Best of luck to all the Colorado athletes competing at the 2018 Winter Olympics! Name Hometown Sport Casey Andringa Boulder Freestyle Skiing Ben Berend   Steamboat Springs    Nordic Combined Aaron Blunck Crested Butte Freestyle Skiing David Chodounsky    Crested Butte Alpine Skiing Chris Corning Silverthorne Snowboarding Mick Dierdorff Steamboat Springs Snowboarding Alex Ferreira Aspen…

  2. 2017 opening dates for resorts in Colorado

    The 2017 season is nearly here! With the first snow headed to Denver this weekend and snowmaking in full swing in the mountains, it’s time to start planning your first runs. Both Vail Resorts and Colorado Ski Country have officially published these dates online. But, of course, everything is subject to change. Be sure to…

  3. Breckenridge (2014-02-21)

    It was Hope on the Slopes day at Brecenridge. The day where all the teams that raised money for he American Cancer Society got to hit the hill and rack up as much vertical feet as they could.

    Being on Team Breck was a blast. We had our hand-made capes which drew plenty of smiles and attention. And we had our large group flying down the hill, as quickly, yet safely, as possible. We had a huge day at Breck: over 26,000 vertical feet (16 chair rides). I look forward to it again next year.

    This post is part of the thread: 2013/2014 Season – an ongoing story on this site. View the thread timeline for more context on this post.

  4. The Meeting 9 details announced →

    Our pals over at Freeskier have the scoop on this season’s “The Meeting” (#9) in Aspen:

    In addition to being the premier snow film festival with the latest ski and snowboard releases, The Meeting serves as the foundation for a weekend of panels, speakers, networking, music, art, and fashion. In its ninth year, The Meeting has become established as a must attend event for snow and action sports brands, film makers, media and resorts. The registration fee for The Meeting is $349 per person, which includes all of the panels, movies, activities, music and parties.

    Film festival slash conference slash party. With excellent names appearing on both the film and the business sides, it looks to be well worth the $349. Learn more at