Things To Do In Boulder

Nordic Trail Pass for Two or Beginner's Ski Lesson for One at Colorado Cross Country Ski Resorts (45% Off)

Colorado Cross Country Ski Association

Multiple Locations

Cross Country skiers explore the Nordic Trail at one of five resorts, while beginner skiers learn the basics from an experienced instructor

$40 $22

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Entry in Sword Skirmish Club's Dueling Games for One, Two, or Four from Renaissance Adventures (Up to 51% Off)

Renaissance Adventures

Multiple Locations

Most Saturdays, dueling games arm kids aged 6–12 with foam swords, getting them outside, active, and participating in adventurous activities

$18 $10

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One- or Two-Day Shape Ski or Snowboard Rental Package from Beavers Sports Shop (Up to 50% Off)

Beavers Sports Shop

Multiple Locations

Ski-rental pros outfit people with skis or snowboards as well as the requisite boots, bindings, and poles

$24 $12

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Wine Tasting and Glasses of Wine for Two, Four, or Six at Winter Park Winery (Up to 59% Off)

Winter Park Winery

Fraser

Tastings introduce guests to various wines created onsite and may include anything from merlot and syrah to chardonnay and white zinfandel

$35 $17

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Month of Yoga Classes, or 10 Yoga Classes at The Adi Shakti Kundalini Yoga Center of Boulder (Up to 55% Off)

The Adi Shakti Kundalini Yoga Center of Boulder

Valmont

Studio focuses on kundalini yoga, which emphasizes meditation, breathing techniques, and postures that activate bodily meridians

$108 $50

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

Alpine Athletics - Independent Contractor

Boulder

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

$750 $375

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Beer Flights for Two or Four at New Planet Beer (42% Off)

New Planet Beer

Boulder

A selection of seven rotating gluten-free and barley beers includes American stout, red ale, raspberry ale, and Belgian amber ale

$26 $15

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One or Ten Open-Studio Art Sessions at Boulder Art Therapy Collective (Up to 50% Off)

Boulder Art Therapy Collective

Boulder

Open studio allows participants the freedom to work on their projects while benefiting from the inspiration of the group

$20 $12

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$15 for Mini Golf and Go-Karts for Two with 20 Arcade Tokens at Gateway Park Fun Center ($34 Value)

Gateway Park Fun Center

Boulder

A pink elephant and purple gorilla preside over an 18-hole mini-golf course; 2,100 ft. of raceway beckons to go-karters

$34 $15

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30- or 60-Minute Guitar Lesson at Boulder Guitar Studio (Up to 50% Off)

Boulder Guitar Studio

Palo Park

Longtime guitarist & teacher Lee Johnson creates custom programs for guitar, bass, dobro, lap steel, or ukelele in 30- or 60-minute lessons

$30 $15

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$39 for 60-Minute Personal-Training Session at CheetahFit ($110 Value)

CheetahFit

Boulder

Personal trainer consults with clients before devising a custom exercise regimen to help them reach their personal fitness goals

$110 $39

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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

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

$100 $45

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10 Personal Training Sessions at Vicks Health & Well Being (50% Off)

Vicks Health & Well Being

Dakota Ridge - Northbriar

Personalized training with muscle testing, assessments, and more for the best possible results.

$750 $375

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A seemingly insurmountable fin of sandstone protrudes 300 feet in the air, challenging all humans to dare conquer its peak. As groups look on in awe of this natural wonder, a Denver Mountain Guiding guide suits up and begins the ascent, leading students of all levels on a thrilling and challenging climb.

Denver Mountain Guiding’s coterie of guides is a motley mix, encompassing passionate climbers with decades of experience, expert weekend warriors, wilderness first responders, and first-aid- and CPR-certified guides. They lead beginners through elite-level climbers on recreational trips around local rock-climbing hot spots such as Clear Creek Canyon. Outings include full-day and half-day climbs of varying levels of difficulty, as well as lessons and camps that teach basics such as rope safety, knots, belaying, rappelling, and anchors.

1234 Main Street
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

Setting out from its base camp at Shadow Mountain Guest Ranch, the staff at High Country-Trails leads horseback riders through the mountain wilderness on excursions that range from trail rides of up to six hours to hunting trips of up to five days. On each trip, the crew leads riders to views of majestic peaks jutting high into the clouds and of crystal-clear streams rushing along forest paths. Trail rides depart the ranch and hoof it up to the top of the mountain for vistas of Grand Lake, Hot Sulphur Springs, and the clouds' Oreo cookie tops. On overnight pack trips, guides keep guests entertained by hauling camping gear through the Colorado backcountry and organizing activities for up to five days.

5043 Highway 125
Granby,
CO
US

In 1996, Jeff Martin left behind his career as a computer software programmer in Michigan to pursue his dream of a more rugged and exciting lifestyle—that of a dogsled musher. After a couple years of studying the trade, he founded Dog Sled Rides of Winter Park in 2000. Today, the outfit’s crack team of 80 Siberian and Alaskan huskies pulls sledders and their knowledgeable guides through the snowy expanses of the Fraser Valley. Covering between four and five miles in 45 minutes, each ride features dramatic views of the Continental Divide and Winter Park Ski Resort. Along the way, the guide relates the rich history of the sport, describes local attractions, and points out wildlife such as moose, coyotes, and herds of roaming landscape artists.

1410 County Road 5
Tabernash,
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

Set in a wind-powered facility, Asher Brewing Company bowls over imbibers with a flurry of certified-organic beers. The company’s wide palette of fresh tastes resides in the organic five-beer tasting sampler, which furnishes fans of fancy barley pop with five five-ounce pours. Mouths happily cancel public-speaking arrangements to accommodate the company of the rotating and seasonal brews such as the Green Bullet IPA, Treehugger Organic Amber, Green Lantern Organic Kolsch, and Funbarrel Kriek. Guzzlers will also guzzle one full pint of their choice, poured into a take-home glass that, like leprechaun wrestlers, comes tattooed with an official Celtic-like logo.

4699 Nautilus Ct S
Boulder,
CO
US