Ski bunnies have been taking over the slopes this weekend sporting bunny ears over top of their traditional ski helmets. Easter weekend has graced us with close to a foot of fresh powder and beautiful sunshine each day! Festivities will take place across all of Summit County on Sunday, April 5th, 2015. Take a look at the descriptions below to learn about the different age restrictions and prizes that can be won all around Summit County!
Breckenridge, Colorado: On Mountain Kids’ Easter Egg Hunt
The annual Breckenridge Easter Egg Hunt will hit the slopes tomorrow morning at 9:30 AM. Eggs will be hidden all over Peak 8 and Peak 9! Ski down the hill while collecting all of the hidden eggs! This activity is aimed towards children 10 years of age or younger. Toddler egg hunts will take place on both peaks as well. A flat, groomed area will be fenced off near Chair 5 on Peak 8 and near the Quicksilver lift at the base of Peak 9. Both hunts will start at 10:00 AM and parents are encouraged to come assist children as they collect the easy to find colored eggs! Each egg will contain a piece of candy that is 100% nut free!
Copper Mountain: Colorado’s Largest Easter Egg Hunt
Children ages 7-11 years old are encouraged to stop by Center Village for a 65,000 egg hunt at 10:00 AM. Get there early to have professional photos taken with the Easter Bunny. “Copper Eggs” may be found within the hunting grounds as well as out on the mountain. Uncover an assortment of prizes such as gift cards or activity passes! Copper Mountain welcomes ages 4-6 to participate in a special hunt around Copper’s Climbing Wall at 9:30 AM and 3 years and under to join just earlier at 9:00 AM!
Frisco, Colorado: Downtown Easter Egg Hunt
If the morning mountain egg hunts are too early for the family, drive to Frisco and enjoy the festivities downtown Main Street at 12:00 PM! The Schoolhouse bell will ring to signify the beginning of the hunt. Children 8 years old and younger are invited to participate until all 5,000 eggs are found! For more information, call (970) 668-5547.
Brunch and special dining options will be available at many local restaurants tomorrow. For specials and reservations, visit www.opentable.com.
If you enjoyed this article, feel free to contact Dennis Clauer at (970) 389-5165 for more local Summit County information and professional real estate guidance!