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Grand Colorado on Peak 8 Activities Calendar

Activities Calendar for the week of March 25-31, 2017. For more information about resort activities please contact the Grand Colorado on Peak 8 Activities department at gc8activities@grandcopeak8.com or 970.547.8781.

Grand Timber Lodge Activities Calendar

Activities Calendar for the week of March 24 to April 2, 2017. For more information about resort activities or to RSVP please contact the Grand Timber Lodge Activities Department at ActivitiesGTL@grandtimber.com or 970.547.3610.


 

 

 

 





 





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Grand Lodge on Peak 7 Activities Calendar

Activities Calendar for the week of March 25-31, 2017. For more information about resort activities or to RSVP please contact the Grand Lodge on Peak 7 Activities Department at ActivitiesGL7@breckgv.com or 970.453.3359.

Tubing

If you come to the high country in the winter, you are almost guaranteed to hear about tubing. Tubing has been a family-friendly activity enjoyed by all ages since the 1820s, so it’s no wonder why!

With our closest tubing operations in Frisco and Keystone, it’s as easy as ever to get your family or friends out for some high-speed fun!

The Frisco Adventure Park charges guests $26 per person for a one-hour session. You have the hour to take as many runs as you want and a magic carpet to take you back to the top after every run, so your legs aren’t tired out before the next day of skiing. They are open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, so there’s plenty of flexibility to plan your other mountain adventures around this activity. If you are having such a good time that you can’t bring yourself to leave, you may stay an extra hour for $10. Reservations are recommended but not required.

Keystone also offers tubing at Adventure Point. With slightly longer runs and later hours, it’s a perfect option if you have the family out for some classic Keystone night skiing. Keystone is open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with a two-hour closure from 2-4 p.m. Reservations are required. Cost is $33 per person for a one-hour session.

Contact your Activities Desk for more information on this awesome outing!

Ice Fishing

Want a relaxing day away from the crowds? Try a fun ice fishing adventure that is suitable for the whole family! You will be surrounded by some of the best mountain views while seated in the middle of iced-over Lake Dillon. Don’t worry about being cold! Your tour guide will have tents set up with windows and space heaters to keep you warm while sitting over the ice.

Try a two-hour trip, or a half-day, four-hour trip with multiple lake access options. Everything for fishing is included, although you will need to provide your own fishing license. You will catch anything from Kokanne Salmon to Arctic Char and Brown Trout to Rainbow Trout. The best part is your guide will fillet the fish right there and send you home with up to 8 Kokanee Salmon and any Rainbow Trout over 14”! It’s a great way to get a fresh seafood dinner that you caught yourself!

Ice fishing isn’t just fun for the guys but fun for everyone! Kids under 12 years old even get to fish for free!  It’s a nice quiet getaway and good quality time for the family. It’s also a good chance to catch dinner. Hurry up while the fish are still biting and book your discounted ice fishing adventure with your Activities Coordinators. Contact your Activities Coordinators at activities@breckenridgegrandvacations.com for more information or to book your trip today!

Dogsledding

dogsupclosepullingsled5Looking for a new adventure? Dogsledding in the high country offers an exciting experience for the whole family! Whether you mush a dog team right here in Breck with Good Times Adventures or you venture out to Alpine Adventures in the Leadville area, the experience is sure to be unforgettable.

Good Times Adventures offers a 75-minute group tour that can accommodate up to six participants at a time. It involves a 6-mile relay through the Middle Fork of the Swan River. Two people at a time will ride on the dogsled, while the other passengers follow behind on a sleigh with the guide. Riders will alternate between riding in the basket and driving/guiding the dogsled team of eight beautiful Siberian Huskies. The guide will stop periodically to allow for guests to alternate positions.

Alpine Adventures offers a very similar group tour, as well as a more private tagsled tour. The tagsled tour can accommodate up to three adults OR two adults and two small children. Two sleds are pulled by a larger team of 10–12 dogs. The guide will ride on the front sled with up to two passengers, and the back sled will carry one musher and one passenger.

For more information or to book a tour, contact your Activities department today!