Colorado Winter Adventures
Winter Activities With Us
Beginner Ice Fishing 101
Runs November 17th to March 1st
Fish in the Rocky Mountains! Our guide will take you to a nearby lake and show you the basics of ice fishing. Because we’re so close to the slopes, you can even ice fish and then ski in the same day!
Types of Fish Caught: Salmon, Arctic Char, Rainbow Trout
- 2 Hour Tours: $99 per person
- 4 Hour Tours: $199 per person
- 2 Hour Tours: 9am, 1pm, 3pm
- 4 Hour Tours: 9am and 1pm
- Rods & Equipment
- Best ice fishing practices
- Picking the correct tackle
- Proper fish handling
- Warm clothes, gloves, snow boots, and eye protection
- Fishing license
- Water bottle
Guided Snowshoeing Trips
Take a guided hike in the snow up a nearby mountain trail! (Metal snowshoes are included)
Duration: 2-4 Hours
Start Time: 10am
Price: $109 per person
Age: 8+ Years Old
What to bring: Remember to dress warm with boots, jacket (it can get very windy), gloves, and thick pants or jeans.
*4 Person Minimum to Book
Runs May to November
ATV Tours can run in up to 6 inches of snow. ATV Tours are currently set to expire on November 15th but can be extended if the weather is clear enough.
*NOTE: Book per Vehicle: Either a 2 Seater ATV with just a Driver OR a Driver & Passenger. Passenger -Only Reservations will not be accepted:
- 1 Hour: $125
- Right Now Save 20% = $99 (Excludes Saturdays)
Price for DRIVER & PASSENGER (Price for 2 People Included per):
- 1 Hour: $185
- Right Now Save 20% = $148 (Excludes Saturdays)
Start Times: 9am or 1pm
Age Limits: 12+ Years Old (Rider), 16+ Years Old (Driver) w/ Driver’s License
TERRAIN: The switchbacks to get up the mountain are ROCKY. There are large boulders and you will be guided on how to maneuver around them. There are also some sections that get close to the edge of a cliffside. Once you get to the top of the mountain it opens up to more flat terrain in some sections. We highly recommend wearing gloves and warm jackets. *In winter the road also becomes icy and is more of an intermediate ATV trip.
Things To Do Nearby
Located 20 minutes from our park! Loveland is Colorado’s true winter wonderland and is near to the hearts of generations of Colorado skiers.
*Note: Our Ski & Stay package, which offers 15% off weekday multi-night lodging in a cabin or yurt paired with Loveland Ski Passes runs from December 12th, 2022 to April 9th, 2023.
Although we do not have skiing, snowboarding, or snowtubing at our park we are located nearby a wide variety of ski areas:
- Loveland Ski Area: 20 Miles Away
- Echo Mountain: 25 Miles Away
- Arapahoe Basin (A-Basin): 32 Miles Away
- Winter Park: 34 Miles Away
- Keystone: 37 Miles Away
- Fraser Tubing Hill: 39 Miles Away
- Copper Mountain: 45 Miles Away
- Breckenridge: 49 Miles Away
Take a tour at one of the best gold mining sites in the area (located just 6 miles from our park!) The Phoenix mine started in 1870 and you can walk through history and see the evolution of the mining practice in one that has been operating for half a century. See exposed copper and gold and pan for gold yourself! Checkout our blog on what it was like to visit the Phoenix!
Located just 6 miles from our park, the Georgetown Loop Railroad is a historic railroad & mine tour!
The railroad ride is especially great for kids and families and features scenic views of the surrounding Rocky Mountains! In winter, they also have Santa’s North Pole Adventure and Santa’s Lighted Forest Trains!
Take a trip over to Echo Mountain located 10 miles from our park. Echo Mountain is a great place for families and first timers to hit the slopes!
They also have lessons, rentals, and the option to ski or snowtube at night!
Unfortunately we won’t be able to offer guided snowmobile tours at our park this year. For those looking to rent or have guided snowmobile tours in the area, Grand Adventures is located at Winter Park.
Watch or join the car ice racing on Georgetown Lake just 4 miles from our park!
Ice racing club whose volunteers have been holding ice races in Colorado for 45 years! You’ll find them out on Georgetown Lake in the beautiful Rocky Mountains in Colorado. The season spans 5 weekends through January and February.