You can get a free tram ride to visit the park by supporting Glenwood Springs businesses during the Grand Avenue Bridge detour! Simply bring in a receipt from any merchant located downtown between Cooper and Colorado, from 6th to 10th streets, or in the Glenwood Meadows. The value of the receipt must be at least $16 for one FREE round-trip tram ride to the Adventure Park. A $32 receipt is good for two tram rides, $48 for three tram rides and $64 for a maximum of four tram rides.
There’s a lot going on at the Park this fall that’s included with that tram ride!
Octoberfest is now in progress and continues through Oct. 29, with daily activities such as a pumpkin patch and panoramic, mountain-top views of the fall colors. On Saturdays, tractor-pulled hayrides, face painting, pumpkin decorating and family-friendly games are included as well. The pumpkins may be purchased for just $3 each. German oompah band Alpine Echo will entertain guests Sat., Oct. 14, and Sat., Oct. 21, from noon to 4 p.m., with crowd-pleasing tunes like the chicken dance, polkas, waltzes, Bavarian pub songs and “Edelweiss,” everyone’s favorite from the “Sound of Music.”
Winter on the Mountain, with its display of a half million lights, a giant Christmas tree with a lightshow that’s choreographed to music and firepits for warming up, begins Fri., Nov. 10. Santa Claus will make a guest appearance at the kick-off party on Sat., Nov. 18. The winter celebration continues through Feb. 25, 2018.
Shop, dine or play in town, then enjoy a free tram ride to America’s only mountain-top theme park. Receipts must be dated between Oct. 6 and the day that the bridge reopens. Passes must be redeemed by Dec. 17, 2017.