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Your ultimate guide to outdoor skating and sledding in Colorado 2021

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Skating

Sharpen those blades of glory: Colorado’s outdoor ice-skating rinks are open and glistening in the wake of a dozen Zambonis. Some rinks are cozy and family-oriented, like Lakewood’s Rink at Belmar where a couple of long glides can take a skater halfway around the ice. Go to larger rinks, like Keystone’s frozen lake, to find enough room to play hockey or twirl like a Disney on Ice star. Pro tip: Skate rentals can be pricy; you can usually find reasonably-priced skates at your local thrift store. 

Find out where to get your alfresco glide on with Mile High Mamas’ Guide to Outdoor Skating in Colorado.

Note: COVID precautions and temporary closures may be in place. Check with the venue prior to venturing out.  

BEST OUTDOOR SKATING IN COLORADO

SLEDDING

 Nothing says quality social distancing like tubing down a steep hill. This year when the snow flies, consider seeking out a sled at one of these locations for some old-fashioned fun. There are a myriad of sledding hills–some public, some secret. Here are a handful of favorite sports. Some offer sled rentals: others are BYOS.

Don’t miss the best sledding hills all over Colorado. If you’re looking for Denver’s best sledding, check-out the 11 best places to go sledding in Denver, Boulder and Beyond.

Featured Photo: West Lake, Copper Mountain

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