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August 4, 2017 - August 6, 2017
The only free entrance Scottish Festival in the Rocky Mountains! Experience the earth-shaking sound of the massed bagpipes and drums, the grace of the Highland and Irish dancers, and the power of the great Scottish athletes as they throw the caber (telephone pole).
Learn about the water of life as you taste Scottish whiskies.* Pet the friendly Dogs of the British Isles. Bring your favorite four-legged friend — the Festival is dog-friendly!
Trace your family history and meet members of your clan. Laugh aloud as the Ladies of the Festival judge kilted men in the Bonny (Pretty) Knees Contest.
Visit the colorful renaissance Scots in their 1600s Highland Village. Enjoy Scottish-Irish music, dance, children’s events and food and vendors all day, both days.
VIDA is more than just a clinic, we’re a COMMUNITY.
The VIDA MTB Series focuses on making you a better rider through increased confidence and an improved understanding of the relationship between you and your bike. If you’ve been wanting descend the steeps, tackle tight switchbacks with ease, overcome obstacles on the trail, learn how to catch air, or become confident on wooden bridges and stunts, join us and discover the rider that exists within you.
The weekend clinic provides women with the opportunity to connect with VIDA coaches, and fully immerse themselves into the nitty-gritty of proper biking technique and the confidence needed to tackle new challenges. Participants will be grouped with other ladies of like-minded experience and goals so you can progress together in a comfortable and supportive environment.
August 5, 2017, All Day
In 2017, Aspen Snowmass presents the 7th annual Audi Power of Four Mountain Bike race. The oldest in the race series features a point-to-point course covering the classic single-track on Government Trail plus a mix of the new flow trails on Snowmass and the challenging steep climbs and descents on both Aspen Highlands and Aspen Mountain.
The full four-mountain course is a 33-mile race (plus or minus a few) with close to 10,000 feet in elevation gain and decent. A two-mountain course utilizes the same start in Snowmass and finishes at the base of Buttermilk’s Tiehack side after covering 18-miles of almost all single-track trails.