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It’s time to celebrate the end of another epic winter

As the days get longer and the weather gets warmer, there is no place we’d rather be than on the slopes. Spring fever is in the air and as the season draws to a close, skiers and riders aren’t ready to stop having fun just yet. Get ready to see some silly costumes, jam to some great bands, and celebrate the end of winter in true Steamboat fashion.

Kicking off on April 1st through the end of the season, there are plenty of fun events you won’t want to miss! 

Bud Light Rocks the Boat

Saturday April 13th

Bask in the afternoon sun and let the kids dance as live bands fill the base with upbeat melodies from various music genres. It’s never too early to start next year’s snow dance. So get out there and groove.

39th Annual Cardboard Classic

Saturday April 13th

An event that brings out the creativity and spirit of Steamboat Springs… participants build crafts made of cardboard, tape, and glue and race them down the slopes. Be sure to get there early to walk around and see all of the crafts up close and personal before they take off… after the crash landing they may not look quite the same.

Splashdown Pond Skim

Sunday April 14th

There is no better event to bring together bravery and insanity than the Splashdown Pond Skim. Adults and children alike dress up in their silliest attire and race down the slope to try and skim across the icy pond below. An added jump at the bottom allows participants the chance to really showoff their skills.

Bud Light Rocks the Boat ft. The Wailers

Sunday April 14th

Back by popular demand, The Wailers are here to close out the 2018/19-ski season with their innovative sound. To this day this group continues Bob Marley’s desire to spread love and unity through their music.

You won’t find a mountain town that celebrates quite like Steamboat, and with amazing end of season deals, there is no better place to be.

For more information on the events, reach out to the concierge and for special Springalicious Pass pricing, visit the Steamboat website.