More Fun at Winter Park Resort with Zeb and Soapy in 2015

Yesterday, I, Zeb the Duck and Soapy Smith Duck, took you to Winter Park Resort.

We are here!

We are here!

Today we will show you more of this great Resort.   After we left the ice skating pond, we saw this.

We like this musical instrument

We like this musical instrument

Humans can play this instrument and make music.   We ducks really like to hear the musical sounds.   Further into the Village, we reached the ski slopes.

Skiers and Snowboarders

Skiers and Snowboarders

We watched the skiers and snowboarders.   Here they are, coming down the slope.

Skiing down the hill

Skiing down the hill

We saw adults with regular length skis.

Adult size skis

Adult size skis

They we saw smaller humans with the shorter skis.

Shorter humans with shorter skis

Shorter humans with shorter skis

After the humans come down the hill, some of them head for the chair lift to go back to the top, and some remove the skis and snowboards while resting, eating or shopping.

Skis and snowboards are temporarily placed here

Skis and snowboards are temporarily placed here

There are many places to shop here.

We went inside these stores.   We saw great stuff

We went inside these stores. We saw great stuff

And there are condos in the same buildings.  That is very convenient for the humans.   Some humans want private skiing lessons, so this is the place.

Private lessons here.   And a resting area

Private lessons here. And a resting area

Or, this is also a great spot to just sit, rest and watch all the people.   Soon, many people are tired and finished for the day.   Now it is back to the parking lots to drive back to Denver, or to go to a condo and prepare to do it all again tomorrow.

Finished for today

Finished for today

Colorado is a great place for skiing and snowboarding, but we wanted to show you that there is so much more to do in Colorado’s mountains during the winter.   For more information, visit http://www.winterparkresort.com   We hope you enjoy Colorado’s Rocky Mountains this winter.

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