Posted on January 27, 2013 by Bob Berwyn
Try kite-boarding, ice climbing or snow sculpting!
Ice sailing on Dillon Reservoir, Dec. 2011.
FRISCO —With this season’s mid-winter ski conditions even lagging behind last year, It might not be surprising that all but the most diehard skiers are starting to question themselves. One drought year is to be expected, but two snow droughts in a row just isn’t fair. But since we have to play the hand we’re dealt, there are other ways to have fun in the winter.
Local ice sailors reach speeds of up to 80 mph.
Kiteboarding gets more popular each year.
Low-snow conditions on Dillon Reservoir are perfect for kite-boarding.
If you’re feeling more passive, take in the snow sculptures at Breckenridge.
Homage to Picasso at the Breckenridge snowsculpture championship.
Try ice climbing …. or
Maybe a little brrom hocket!
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