March is typically one of the snowiest months in Colorado, so it’s a great time of year to dive into your favorite sports like snowshoeing, skiing and ice fishing, or try something new.
Snowstorms in March can be met with warmer temperatures, so it is a glorious time to enjoy Colorado’s cobalt blue skies and sunshine. If playing in the snow isn’t your thing, you may also prefer indoor activities away from unpredictable March weather, here are some ideas for things to do in Colorado in March:
March 1-11: Try snowshoeing in Rocky Mountain National Park
The National Park Service offers free snowshoe walks with a park ranger where you’ll first learn how to put on snowshoes and then how to move safely on the snow. Once basics are covered, the group heads into the park and adventure begins. Reservations are required and you will need to rent snowshoes ahead of time.
March 3-12: Embrace your inner foodie by attending Denver Restaurant Week
With a long list of award-winning restaurants participating, this 10-day event showcases creative and exciting menus, highlighting cuisine from all over the world. Denver Restaurant Week offers three price points: $25, $35 or $45 for a three-course meal. Dine-in, to-go, curbside pick-up and delivery orders are also eligible.
March 11: Join us for a fun day of celebrating women
UCHealth’s signature women’s wellness event, evrē, is back to celebrate its fifth anniversary. This year, evrē provides tools and tips to stay stronger, happier and healthier. The event features speaker workshops, fitness classes, health screenings, a local makers market and more. The event is designed to help each other get ready for whatever comes next. You don’t want to miss this. Join us again this year at the UCHealth Training Center.
March 1-31: Enjoy a show at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts
Founded in 1972, the DCPA is one of the largest non-profit theatre organizations in the country. A popular stop for Broadway musicals, DCPA offers several different types of shows and even have acting classes for children and adults. The March lineup of shows includes Fiddler on the Roof, The Color Purple, 1776, the Secret Comedy of Women and more.
March 1-31: Take in the view while breaking a sweat
Pikes Peak Bike Tours offers guided TREK mountain bike and e-bike tours that allow you to explore the wonders of the Pikes Peak, Front Range and Colorado Springs regions. Tours for individuals, families and groups are available and most ages and fitness levels can participate.