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SOURCE Colorado Tourism Office
DENVER, Dec. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- From illuminating torchlight parades and a decadent snowshoe dinner, to dazzling fireworks displays and memorable train excursions, an unforgettable New Year's festivity can be found in Colorado. For more information, visit http://colorado.com/.
Beaver Creek – Celebrate the new year at Beaver Creek's Family New Year's Eve Carnival, which features a glow stick ski down, torchlight parade, games, dancing and fireworks over the village.
Boulder – Welcome 2014 in Boulder at the annual Polar Bear Plunge at the Boulder Reservoir with hundreds who have faced the icy 39-degree water for more than 30 years.
Breckenridge – Visit the town of Breckenridge this New Year's Eve for live music, special restaurant menus, bar parties, concert and a traditional torchlight parade.
Canon City – Toast to the new year during New Year's Eve Dinner in the Dome on the Royal Gorge Route Railroad. The train's executive chef will serve a three-course dinner in the Vista Dome while patrons take in the beauty of the canyon at night.
Crested Butte – Greet 2014 during ArtWalk Evening with light refreshments, music and on-site artists in Crested Butte's historic downtown. Guests can ski or snowshoe to Magic Meadows to imbibe and feast on a five-course New Year's Eve Yurt Dinner and dance to live music.
Denver – Watch two spectacular fireworks shows light up the Mile High City on New Year's Eve at 9 p.m. and midnight.
Durango –For Premium and Deluxe class passengers onboard the 2014 New Year's Day Train, a hot brunch buffet, live music and desserts help usher in the new year while ambling along the Animas River's winter landscape.
Fort Collins –The First Night Fort Collins non-alcoholic event will feature diverse entertainment that includes performing acts, interactive craft projects, street performers, storytelling and more.
Glenwood Springs – Those seeking an alcohol-free and family-friendly New Year's Eve should head to Glenwood Hot Springs' annual New Year's Eve Celebration.
Telluride – From 11:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., celebrate the start of 2014 in Telluride to take in the annual torch light parade and grand fireworks display.
Vail – A beloved tradition in Vail, the New Year's Eve Torchlight Ski Down during Family Holidaze features Vail Ski and Snowboard School skiers and boarders who form a glowing train as they ski down Golden Peak.
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