Visiting Vail, Colorado would be perfect on Springtime. The Vail is very popular for its ski resorts but there are many other activities that you can try as well. In the next paragraphs, you’re going to see a list of Spring events you are sure to enjoy.
Number 1. Carnivail – this is celebrated on February 25 to 26. Actually, Vail has got its own Mardi Gras celebration known as Carnivail. As a matter of fact, this is one of the events expected by the locals especially the mini-parties, parade, apr?s specials, live music and so on. The festivities begin at noon all the way to 6 pm but wait later at night and expect more parties.
Number 2. Burton US open snowboarding championships – after Carnivail, it is immediately followed by Gold Peak on Vail Mountain that starts from February 27 to March 4. The leading and most renowned names in this sport will be present to compete. You will be surprised and amazed at the skill that these people have if you have never watched a snowboarding competition before. It’s quite exciting to watch while quite exhilarating to experience.
Of course, it is the entertainments available that made this snowboarding event to be highly anticipated. Every night at the US Open, there are tons of wonderful activities you wouldn’t dare to miss such as the free musical performance, fun events and activities as well for people of all ages like broomball tournament, daily apr?s specials, annual Chill fundraiser, closing party at the Dobson Ice Arena and kids learn-to-ride Riglet park.
Number 3. Pink Vail – every March 25, you will witness this in Vail, Colorado. So many individuals are affected by cancer globally, people are raising funds to find a cure. At Vail, the ski day is used as well to fundraise for local Shaw Cancer Center. As a matter of fact, the Pink Vail is a fundraiser event that attracts 3000 people or more dressed in pink on the Vail Mountain for the entire day with deck parties, costume contests, live music and a lot more.
All proceeds from Pink Vail event go straight to the patients admitted at Shaw Regional Cancer Center through patient care improvement and at the same time, for funding the Spirit of Survival program. With this, patients are able to get free emotional support, exercise training, nutrition coaching, massages, acupuncture and a lot more. This as a matter of fact serves a massive impact on the quality of life of the patient.
So if you want to have a good time in events in Vail, Colorado while being able to help others as well, this is one of the events you should look forward to.