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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Gold Miner’s Snowshoe Hike

Breckenridge, March 2

10 a.m., Iowa Hill Trailhead, Airport Road. Enjoy an easy guided hike through the historic Iowa Hill mine site, which takes you past mining artifacts and interpretive signs. Lean what life was like as a miner in the late 1800s and visit a restored miners’ boardinghouse. Weather permitting; Reservations required.

Energy Healing Techniques, a journey to authentic self-empowerment

Dillon, March 2

6:30 p.m., Summit Chiropractic and Rehab, 114 Village Pl. #302. Would you like to come back to your personal truth and release patterns that keep you stuck? Learn how you can get relief from depression, anger, grief, anxiety, stress, or fear. Claudia Bianca MRET (in Summit 13 yrs) shares her dynamic presentation about this safe, effective, drug-free technique. Summit County guests are welcome. Private sessions will be available March 2 and 3 – Call (575) 770-7766 or

Ping Pong Tournament

Breckenridge, March 2

7:30 p.m., The Mine Breck, 200 North Main St. Come play ping pong.

Mindfulness Meditation and Buddhist Philosophy

Dillon, March 2

6 p.m., Lord of the Mountains Dillon, 56 U.S. 6. Mindfulness Meditation Summit County presents weekly classes on Mindfulness Meditation and its application in everyday life. All levels and drop-ins welcome. Area retreats, videos and downloads are also available. Classes are by donation.

Copper Ambassador Mountain Tours

Copper Mountain, every day

10 a.m., Copper Mountain Resort, 209 Ten Mile Circle. Join the Copper Ambassadors for free Mountain Tours daily at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Meet daily by the top of the American Eagle lift. Learn about the trails, history and secret powder stashes. Reservations encouraged at Guest Services, (866) 841-2481. More mellow tours on gentler slopes available at 10 a.m. on Fri-Sat-Sun, meet in West Village.

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