Activities in Boulder

One or Three Months of Martial Arts Classes at Boulder Kodokan (Up to 63% Off)

Boulder Kodokan

Preeminence Hall

$100 $49

Instructors affiliated with schools in Okinawa teach Goju Ryu & Matayoshi Kobudo ancient-weapons techniques & equip students with uniforms

$39 for a Couple’s Introductory-Class Package with Two Dance-Practice Parties ($104 Value)

Salsaville Dance Studios

Multiple Locations

$104 $39

Couples learn the basic techniques of salsa dancing in 4 weeks of group lessons, showing off their new skills at 2 dance-practice parties

$61 for $135 Toward 6 Weeks of Introductory Ki Aikido Classes — Boulder Ki Aikido

Boulder Ki Aikido

Boulder

$135 $61

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Walking Tour for Two or Four from Boulder Walking Tours (Up to $31 Off)

Boulder Walking Tours

Hotel Boulderado

$40 $25

Walkers explore Boulder's downtown historic districts or still-operational Chautauqua campus

Pottery Painting for Two or Four at Color Me Mine (Up to $31 Off)

Color Me Mine

Boulder

$60 $29

Paint your own dishes, figurines, and other ceramic creations at a studio that is currently under new ownership

Planetarium Show for Two or Four at Fiske Planetarium in Boulder (50% Off)

Fiske Planetarium

Boulder

$20 $10

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Planetarium's dome glows with shows about cosmos & music-filled laser shows; kid-friendly shows available

5 or 10 Classes, or 10 Salsa Classes at Colorado New Style Dance Studio (Up to 51% Off)

Colorado New Style Dance Studio

Multiple Locations

$70 $35

Internationally-trained instructors teach hip-hop, Argentinian tango, Flamenco, Zumba, Salsa, Bachata, and more for both kids and adults

10 Personal-Training Sessions from Alpine Athletics (50% Off)

Alpine Athletics - Independent Contractor

Boulder

$750 $375

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$39 for a Month of Unlimited Crossfit Classes & Enrollment Fee at Easton Training Center ($139 Value)

Easton Training Center

Multiple Locations

$139 $39

People of all skill levels steel their muscles in intense workout classes

10 Adult Classes or One Month of Classes, or One Month of Teen Hip-Hop Classes at Complete Physique (Up to 61% Off)

Complete Physique

Boulder

$100 $45

Expert instructors lead students of all fitness levels through yoga or boot camp; teenagers learn hip-hop dancing

$59 for One Month of Unlimited Classes at Yoga Loft ($155 Value)

Yoga Loft

Table Mesa

$155 $59

Instructors spur students on to achieve greater strength, flexibility, and mindfulness through yoga styles such as vinyasa and kundalini

Round of Golf for Two with Range Balls on a Weekday or Weekend at Haystack Mountain Golf Course (Up to 50% Off)

Haystack Mountain Golf Course

Boulder

$38 $19

Picturesque nine-hole course navigates the waters of Left Hand Creek in the foothills of Haystack Mountain

Stand-Up Paddleboard Rental or Lesson for One or Two at Rocky Mountain Paddleboard (Up to 41% Off)

Rocky Mountain Paddleboard

Multiple Locations

$20 $12

Hop atop an easy-to-balance board to explore the placid and picturesque waters of the Boulder Reservoir

$150 for 18 Holes and Vouchers for Persimmon Grill for Two at Lake Valley Golf Club ($218 Value)

Lake Valley Golf Club

Niwot

$218 $150

The package includes a cart and 18 holes on a private course; Persimmon Grill features upscale American cuisine

10 Classes, One Month of Unlimited Classes, or One Year of Unlimited Classes at Peak Yoga Boulder (Up to 61% Off)

Peak Yoga Boulder

Boulder

$100 $39

Students flow through asanas and breathing exercises in a variety of yoga classes

Three-Week Outdoor PowerFit Yoga or Fitness Boot Camp at Fitness For Living Boot Camps (Up to 67% Off)

Fitness For Living Boot Camp

Multiple Locations

$147 $49

Outdoor boot camps work bodies with high-intensity & fun workouts; yoga camps blend Vinyasa poses with conditioning & Pilates techniques

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On September 19, 1975, CU alum Wallace Franze Fiske?s wish ?to build and equip a planetarium for the University of Colorado? was finally realized with the dedication of the eponymous geodesic dome built thanks to his generous bequest. From its inaugural showing of a program detailing supernovae decades ago, the planetarium has upheld Fiske?s vision with an ever-evolving lineup of educational initiatives, engaging events, and outreach activities. Now under the helm of a passionate staff composed of members of CU?s Department of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences, its programs grant the community a chance to explore the wonders of outer space. The skyward dome of Fiske Planetarium, featuring a state-of-the-art 8K theater, one of the first in the nation, acts as a projector screen for immersive, 360-degree educational star shows showcasing the universe's glittering galactic splendor. Laser shows set to jazz, rock, and classical music feature choreographed lasers and special effects that perform a wave-particle Humpty Dance for the audience's amusement. Audiences can catch showings in Spanish as well as English.

2414 Regent Drive
Boulder,
CO
US

The pool at Ocean First Divers is warmed to 88 degrees to wrap students in a watery safety blanket as they venture out of their element. As a classroom for swimming and scuba-diving lessons, the pool boasts a gradient bottom that deepens in slow increments from 4 to 12 feet. Though Ocean First Divers now trains scores of students in swimming and scuba each year, the dive center was originally founded to advocate for the ocean’s unique ecosystems. The organization was so successful in its mission that it has claimed PADI’s Environmental Achievement Award every year since the prize’s inception. Now, the dive center's creative conservation efforts include group trips to Key Largo, Fiji, Indonesia, Mexico, and the Galápagos Islands, where students get a firsthand look at why these one-of-a-kind ecosystems are worth protecting, and, alternatively, the detrimental environmental effects of litter left by Charles Darwin.

3015 Bluff St
Boulder,
CO
US

The Urban Assault Ride challenges cyclists to speed from obstacle course to obstacle course across their city during eco-friendly scavenger hunts that benefit local charities. Teams draft a road map to try to thwart the competition and be the first to complete the race, pausing at a series of checkpoints, where they must surmount such active roadblocks as slip 'n' slides, bike jousting, and reciting the Iliad in Pig Latin. The first team to conquer each challenge and cross the finish line is declared the victor, but all participants celebrate their efforts at a lively after-party stocked with snacks, beer, nonalcoholic drinks, and prizes.

5565 51st Street
Boulder,
CO
US

The mountain-savvy staff at Apex Ex equip people of all skill levels with the knowledge, gear, and plans necessary to explore the wilderness all year round. Seasoned guides and instructors, many of whom are trained by organizations such as the National Outdoor Leadership School and the American Mountain Guides Association, lead classes that teach students important lessons ranging from backcountry snow basics to avalanche rescue. In summer months, the experts lead guided climbing and backpacking trips and teach riders to careen down rocky paths of every sort during mountain-biking lessons.

1 Chautauqua Park
Boulder,
CO
US

At amphitheaters, parks, and ice rinks throughout the city, Boulder Creek Events organizes get-togethers to inspire and connect community members. Each year, they bring more than 500 food vendors together with musicians and carnival rides for the Boulder Creek Festival. They also coordinate classic car shows and outdoor skating events. During the winter, BCE Productions fuels ice skaters with warm concessions, and during the summer the crew transforms the Twenty Ninth Street Plaza into a rink ideal for roller skates and guests with the latest trend in wheeled pedicures.

1810 29th St
Boulder,
CO
US

Colorado Adventure Park proudly proclaims itself to be one of Grand County's largest tubing hills. Every winter, this snowy dreamland offers kids of all ages an adrenaline-pumping adventure in the form of tubing, double-tubing, and renting Snow Scoots––pintsized snowmobiles designed for kids as young as six. Though Colorado Adventure Park is currently open only during the winter, the owners are making plans for summer activities as well.

566 CR 721
Fraser,
CO
US