Breckenridge's annual International Snow Sculpture Championships lures more than 32,000 visitors to the High Country each year. This month, I ventured up to see the snow art in person—you should, too. Here's a sampling of what you'll see. —Davina van Buren
Pair your Western wear with your ski clothes and get ready for a day of cowboys and...snow? Yep, in full regalia (chaps and hats expected), contestants will compete in two challenges: First, they'll go head-to-head, on skis or snowboards, down a run with a jump and gates that also requires them to lasso a cowgirl and saddle a horse.
Snow is finally falling in the mountains, but that's no reason to lock your bike away. For the first time, Copper is hosting a winter mountain bike race, open to all skill levels. The nighttime event passes over groomed Nordic ski trails, hills, and more, with drinks and grub awaiting riders at the finish line.
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