5 End-of-Winter Reasons (Hint: Deals) to Visit Boulder

Special hotel and lodging deals make Boulder’s end-of-season adventures even more special.

A person holding a to-go cup of tea walks out of Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse's peacock blue and teal tiled doorway on a walkway lined with snow
Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse
A group of friends toasting each other with mugs of hot cider and tea on an outdoor patio in Boulder Colorado.
Even in winter, Boulder loves its patios.
An aerial view of the runs at Eldora Ski Area — fat streaks of white snow among thick fir forests with the snow-covered Rocky Mountains in the background
Eldora Ski Area

Did you have a mental list of winter plans you haven’t completed yet? Complete your bucket list in Boulder before the season’s over. There’s still time for getaway to Boulder for crisp outdoor fun, some of Colorado’s top dining and special offers that make now the perfect time to visit.

1. Stay & Save Happy

Several Boulder hotels are offering amazing discounts and packages through March 31, 2023. Some are even offering a third free night when you book two nights. You can stay in a luxury hotel in the heart of downtown or a cozy lodge tucked in the piney foothills, and tons of unique choices in between.

2. See the Snow-Dusted Flatirons

After a light downfall, snow settles into the slanting sandstone slabs that are Boulder’s Flatirons, creating a paintbrush-like effect you simply need to see in person. Hike right up into them from Chautauqua Trailhead or simply drive alongside these gentle giants on Baseline Road for a life-affirming winter moment.

3. Dining Passport Deals

Boulder’s Eat and Be Happy Pass points you to great restaurants all over Boulder and special dining offers to save you money. Plus, each time you check in on the passport, you’ll be entered into the Boulder Adventure Grand Prize Package worth $500! Signing up is a no-brainer and will help you find great eats and savings while you’re in town.

4. Ski Like a Local

Late-season skiing at Boulder’s local ski mountain, Eldora, is truly a hidden-gem experience just 21 miles from Boulder. You’ll enjoy fewer people, fresh snow, live music and sunshine on the slopes, a favorite with locals. After you’ve worked up an appetite, head back to Boulder for excellent aprés ski and a cushy hotel stay.

5. Go on a Coffee Crawl

What better way to enjoy a late-winter warm-up than by cozying up inside a new favorite coffee shop with a perfect latte, cappuccino, mocha or good ol’ cuppa Joe. The Boulder Coffee Crawl gives you the rundown on 44 independent coffee shops in town and helps you find the ones you’ll love.

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