Bluebird Backcountry, Grand County’s newest ski area, is offering an alternative to the dating scene this Valentine’s Day, Sunday, February 14. Whether you’ve never had a partner before and are just testing the touring waters, or if your long term backcountry relationship recently ended, finding the right person to share untracked powder with can be a challenge. If you’re tired of swiping aimlessly on your phone, endlessly searching for that special person to find untouched aspen stands with, this event could be your solution.
This Valentine’s Day, Bluebird Backcountry invites you to come find your skiing soulmate. You’ll be set up with a partner of similar experience to share in some fresh powder. It’s true that not all relationships can stand the test of the skintrack, so there will be a mid-mountain station for finding a new partner and getting back out there. The event starts at 9 am in the base, and partner transitions will be available each hour, on the hour, at the Perch.
All participants will need a day pass as well as snow safety gear to leave the base area. To find out more and purchase your event pass, visit bluebirdbackcountry.com.