Skiing is not the only way you can enjoy snow.

How to Have a Blast in the Snow

Summer seems like the perfect time to enjoy the outdoors but the truth is, every season has a magic of its own. When we think of an outdoor trip in the snow, our minds go straight to skiing. Well, there’s a lot more you can do to enjoy nature in this weather. Here are some options and tips:

Do Some Research Before Heading Out

It’s always good to know what you’re getting yourself into. Don’t just storm out the door and into the snowy woods for some winter fun. Take time to find a good spot that works for the activity you want to do, so you can start planning your winter adventure the right way.

Winter Camping: Keeping Yourself WarmTry Sledding

It’s a winter activity that goes way back but it’s sometimes forgotten as others have become more popular. The good news is, it is still super simple, not expensive and tons of fun. On top of that, it’s the perfect activity for you to have a blast with your kids and gives you a little workout at the end when you have to go back up the hill.

Ice Skating Never Grows Old

Not in a rink, outdoors. There’s nothing quite like skating on a frozen pond. It’s truly like a scene out of a movie. It’s a great way to spend a winter afternoon with your family while you take advantage of yet another thing that nature has to offer.

Take a Walk in the Snow

You can start simple. Just walking around your neighborhood in the snow can create wonderful memories. Now, if you want to take things to a whole different level, hiking in the winter is what you should try. A great activity for true outdoor lovers. If you normally enjoy Colorado winters from the sidelines, you need to experience it in the great outdoors.

ATV Tours

If you’re looking for a thrilling experience this winter, ATV tours are for you. Come to Mile Hi Rafting in Colorado, for an adventure that you’ll never forget. Give us a call and start planning your winter adventure today.

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