Things To Do In Edwards

One or Three Months of Unlimited CrossFit Workout Classes at CrossFit Generate (Up to 58% Off)

CrossFit Generate

New Castle

$95 $45

Certified trainers lead high-intensity routines of functional exercises to foster endurance, stamina, and strength

Dinner Sleigh Ride or Scenic Hot Cocoa Sleigh Ride for Two or Four from Breckenridge Stables (Up to 53% Off)

Breckenridge Stables

Breckenridge

$170 $93.50

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Teams of draft horses pull custom-built sleighs on a scenic path with mountainside views of Breckenridge

Pottery or Painting Class for Two, Four, or Six with One Drink Per Person at Alpine Arts Center (Up to 48% Off)

Alpine Arts Center

Edwards

$90 $49

Classes demonstrate the evening's clay project or featured acrylic painting and include materials and one drink for each person

Scenic Trail Ride for Two or Four at Bearcat Stables (Up to 44% Off)

Bearcat Stables

Edwards

$130 $75

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Guides lead guests on 90-minute trail rides across the historic Bearden Homestead along Squaw Creek

Beer Flights for Two or Four or Growler with Three Fills at Crazy Mountain Brewing Company (Up to 50% Off)

Crazy Mountain Brewing Company

Edwards

$16 $8

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10 taps pour sample flights and full-sized growlers of craft beer inside a dog-friendly tasting room with an onsite food truck

Brewery Tour for Two, or Tasting Experience for Two at Aspen Brewing Company (Up to 40% Off)

Aspen Brewing Company

Multiple Locations

$45 $27

Pairs can tour the award-winning brewery while sipping on pints, or sample six 5-oz. pours before taking home their own beer glasses

Soul Mountain Music Festival at Beaver Creek Resort on Friday, August 15 and Saturday, August, 16 (Up to 47% Off)

Soul Mountain Music Festival

Beaver Creek Resort

$70.70 $40

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Two-day soul festival stars Rachelle Ferrell, Cody ChesnuTT, Melanie Fiona, and Raheem DeVaughn

$49 for a Round of Golf with Cart at Lakota Canyon Ranch & Golf Club ($99 Value)

Lakota Canyon Ranch & Golf Club

New Castle

$99 $49

Course carved into canyon country features elevated tee shots, a rolling front nine, and a decidedly flatter back nine

Holden/Marolt and Wheeler/Stallard Museums for Two or Four from Aspen Historical Society(Up to 50% Off)

Aspen Historical Society

Aspen

$12 $6

Learn about mining, ranching, and the regional history of Native Americans with admission to two museums with distinct collections

$329 for a Backcountry Sunset Dinner and S'Mores for Four from Blazing Adventures (Up to $418 Value)

Blazing Adventures

Snowmass

$418 $329

Take a four-wheel-drive vehicle to the historic Burlingame log cabin beneath Mt. Daly and enjoy a campfire-grilled dinner of salmon and ribs

1- or 3-Day Pass to South Park Music Festival with Slightly Stoopid and Matisyahu on July 3–5 (Up to 44% Off)

South Park Music Festival

American Safari Ranch

$43 $24

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Slightly Stoopid, Matisyahu, Tech N9ne, and dozens of other acts headline a 4th of July weekend of music and camping

$169 for Three Months of Unlimited Classes at Inyodo Martia Arts Academy (Up to $364 Value)

Inyodo Martia Arts Academy

Edwards

$364 $169

Students learn the disciplines and self-defense skills of tae kwon do, kickboxing, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under encouraging instructors

Two-Hour Pub Crawl on Pedal-Powered Party Bus from Breckenridge Bikebus (Up to 53% Off). Four Options Available.

Breckenridge Bikebus

Breckenridge

$60 $29

In a pedal-powered party bus, up to 16 passengers whisk themselves to local bars where they enjoy drink specials

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After ten years of surfing and sailing around the world, Anton Rainold finally became a record-setter in an entirely different sport. In 2003, he transferred his skills to a cooler climate and became the first man in the US to open a snowkite-specific shop and school, as Summit Daily News reported. In the Colorado Kite Force shop, Rainold's team outfits shoppers for applications such as backcountry kiting, park and freestyle riding, or kiteboarding on the water in the summer. In the snow, they lead lessons for children and families, sharing techniques on how to stay safe, secure, and ready to lasso an adorable baby zephyr at any moment. After several hours, students are ready to strap into skis or snowboards, grab the control bar, and speed across the snow under the power of a majestic four-line kite.

150 Marina Dr.
Dillon,
CO
US

Whitewater rapids can seem as menacing as great white sharks, but Whitewater Rafting owners Erik and Phoebe Larsson are out to dispel these unfounded fears. Since the company's first raft hit the waters of the Colorado River in 1974, it has maintained an impeccable safety record thanks to its experienced tour guides, each fully certified at the state and federal level in CPR, first aid, and on-river maneuvers. Many of the guides have been navigating these same rapids for more than a decade, learning intimate details about the river, from its twists and turns to its crippling phobia of alligators. First-time rafters can earn their whitewater bona fides on half-day treks, conquering the Class III and IV rapids of the Shoshone Rapids. More experienced adventurers can rent out boats, kayaks, paddles, and safety gear to embark on their own trips through the rapids.

2000 Devereux Road
Glenwood Springs,
CO
US

The experts who lead Aspen Walking Tours blend history, research, and cultural anthropology in a trio of informative strolls, nourishing the minds of tour-takers with local factoids. These guides quarterback small groups during each trek through time, imparting stories and tidbits that they've researched themselves. The Aspen's DarkSide tour unearths the area's ghastly past, rife with ghosts, murder, and mayhem, and the Aspen's Past to Present tour details Aspen's evolution from a modest mining camp to world-famous resort. In the fall, rather than wearing shoes whittled from dry ice, visitors can experience real chills with a spooky saunter through the Ute Cemetery—Aspen's first burial ground—during the Walking with the Dead tour.

320 East Hyman Avenue
Aspen,
CO
US

Breckenridge Stables' herd of more than 100 steeds trots along for scenic trail rides, Western-style lessons, and historical tours of the town. As horses deftly navigate the Tenmile Range, guides point out local wildlife along the continental divide, the imaginary line drawn when Paul Bunyan and Babe the Big Blue Ox broke up. During colder months, Breckenridge Stables' custom-built mountain sleighs keep passengers snuggly during sleigh rides as a team of belgian, clydesdale, or percheron horses canters through the Colorado air.

620 Village Road
Breckenridge,
CO
US

Breckenridge Distillery sits at 9,600 feet above sea level, where brew masters mix mineral-rich Rocky Mountain snow-melt water into bourbon, vodka, and other stiff libations. A 500-gallon Vendone copper pot whips up spirits in tandem with an open-top, Scottish-style fermenter—the two forming a better booze-promoting team than Al Capone and a basement. As guests meander through the storefront, they might sample the distillery's namesake bourbon, which boasts aromas of banana and brown sugar, or the namesake vodka, which yields notes of lemon cream and meadow flowers. With their $20 retail credit, tour-takers can bring products including mugs ($6), playing cards ($8), and flasks ($15) to the homes and recreational submarines of friends.

1925 Airport Rd
Breckenridge,
CO
US

You and your snowfriend will have a choice of three tours: the 4:30 sunset tour (offered seven days a week) and the 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. tours (Tuesdays and Wednesdays). Whichever one you pick, a First Aid–certified guide will lead you down adventurous, ungroomed trails and treat you to awe-inspiring views of seven different mountain ranges. The low guest-to-guide ratio (typically 5:1) ensures that you won't get lost and have to fall back on the tauntaun-gutting survival skills you learned from watching Discovery Channel.

13206 County Road 3
Parshall,
CO
US