Today’s top five things to do in Summit County |

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

Join Copper Mountain for the World's Largest Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, April 20, featuring 50,000 eggs. From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., there are egg hunts for all ages and all members of the family. There are also food specials around the resort and a church service at Solitude Station at 12:30 p.m. Check out for full details.
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Kids Canvas Painting Parties

Keystone, April 20

4 p.m., ReadyPaintFire! Keystone, 135 Dercum Square. Fun weekly paintings step-by-step with a ReadyPaintFire artist -skating penguins, funny foxes and purple moose.


Copper Mountain, April 20

1 p.m., Copper Mountain Resort, 209 Ten Mile Circle.Get wet and get (nearly) naked with live music, Red Bull Slopesoakers and an Easter Egg Hunt.

Easter Egg Hunt

Georgetown, April 20

8:30 a.m., Loveland Ski Area, Interstate 70. Spring Skiing Easter Egg Hunt. Gather at the Basin area for first chair and keep your eyes peeled for the giant hidden Easter eggs as you ski down the slopes, browse the Sport Shop, and wander the base area. Tons of goodies are hidden in the eggs.

Beach’N Egg Hunt

Dillon, April 20

10 a.m., Arapahoe Basin, 28194 US Highway 6. Kids on skis will head to Wrangler, one of the green (beginner) trails to search for eggs, and those who wish to hunt on foot will search in our learning spaces near the base area. Meet at 10 a.m. on Molly Hogan run for the non-skiing egg hunters. Meet at 11 a.m. on Wrangler near the North Fork entrance for all skiing egg hunters. There will be a golden egg in each location: 1 with a child (5 & under) 2014/15 season’s pass on Molly Hogan, and 1 with a child (6-14) 2014/15 season’s pass on Wrangler.

Easter Egg Hunt

Frisco, April 20

Noon, Frisco Historic Park & Museum, 120 Main St. Easter Egg Hunt at the Historic Park (For Ages 6-8+).

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