Receive massive discounts at the Colorado Ski & Snowboard Expo

Receive massive discounts at the Colorado Ski & Snowboard Expo

As the 2014/15 shred season approaches, skiers and riders of Colorado can start to prepare for snowfall by taking part in the Colorado Ski and Snowboard Expo. This year marks the 23rd go ’round of the sweet preseason sale event on last year’s inventory of winter essentials. The event will take place at the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver, November 7-9. Whether you’re in the market for season passes, lodging, skis or other gear, the expo will have nearly everything you need for the upcoming winter. Admission for the expo is $15 or $12 with a discount coupon (available in the Denver Post or any Colorado Ski & Golf / Colorado Ski & Sports stores). If you’re in Colorado this fall, be sure to check it out and take advantage of the rockin’ deals. For more info, see the press release below.

Press Release, Colorado Ski & Snowboard Expo:

Procrastinating skiers and snowboarders will once again have that last chance to get pre-season sale prices on skis, boards, boots, clothing, accessories and season pass purchases at the 23nd annual Colorado Ski and Snowboard Expo Nov. 7-9, 2014 in Hall F of the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver. Savvy skiers and riders can snag discounts of 40-75 percent on last year’s inventory. The Expo also has representatives from throughout Colorado, the western United States and Canada, with updates on their mountains and specials on everything from lodging, lift tickets, and lessons to discounts on dining and mountain resort activities. Admission is $15 for adults or $12 with a discount coupon available in The Denver Post or at any Colorado Ski & Golf or Colorado Ski & Sports store. Discount tickets can also be purchased in advance at www.skisnowexpo.com. Kids 12 and under are free.

New this year: A Nordic Village Interactive Zone will debut at this year’s Colorado Ski & Snowboard Expo with an introduction to three Nordic sports—cross-country skiing, ski jumping and snowshoeing. No snow will be needed for children and adults to try a simulated experience of these increasingly popular winter sports with the assistance of trained instructors and experienced athletes.

Perennial favorites: The Mountain Activity Center anchored by the Slackline demo and competition area. Slackline pros demo their top tricks on the wobbly cord and first-timers can test their balance as they try to stay atop the line a few inches above the ground. The fast-paced Eliteam Training Center offers a timed obstacle course that measures basic fitness and flexibility skills and kids can compete against the clock and their friends. For first-time skiers, the gently-sloped Winter Park Kid’s Slope with an artificial surface offers an easy introduction to skiing while the Burton’s Riglet Park offers the same kind of easy gliding introduction to snowboarding. A crowd always gathers for the attention-grabbing aerial antics performed by the Skyriders! during their double trampoline exhibition.

Expo hours are 1pm to 10 pm on Friday, Nov. 7; Saturday, Nov. 8 from 10 am to 8 pm; and Sunday, Nov. 9 from 10 am to 6 pm. For details, activity schedules and vendors, visit www.skisnowexpo.com.

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