Colorado Natives Ski For Free Day

Aunika Skogen | | Industry NewsIndustry News
Colorado April Fools

Calling all Colorado natives! 

Spring break crowds are beginning to die down. As temps warm up, it means Spring skiing is officially in session. It’s time for some good old-fashioned slushy fun! And for a lucky select few, you can enjoy Colorado’s slopes for free at the end of the month, April 31st. 

After a long season, lack of snow, and heavy traffic on I-70—a constant parking lot—the state government and select resorts have teamed up to treat Colorado natives to a day just like the “good ‘ole days.” It’s an opportunity to get out and enjoy their home slopes at no cost. 

The State of Colorado has officially declared April 31st a free ski day for any citizen that is a Colorado native. This means any true-blooded Coloradan born and raised can prove their “native-ness” and ski for free. 

Participants will need to bring proof of “native-ness,” whether that’s a birth certificate or native sticker on your Subaru. Participating resorts will provide a free ticket good for April 31st only. 

Get your skis waxed and ready because it’s time for some pure native fun. Mark your calendars now! April 31st is Colorado Native ski for free day!

In the meantime, have a Happy April Fool’s Day!

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4 thoughts on “Colorado Natives Ski For Free Day

  1. April 31st? First off that date does not even exist, 2nd off is all the CO ski areas are closed by then!

    Nice April Fools joke….had to read it closely twice!

  2. Native American DNA should be required, otherwise you’re an invasive species. Besides, being proud to the point of a bumper sticker about where you were born–despite having no say in the matter–is inane.

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