Located in the Salomon Center in Ogden, iFLY indoor skydiving is an indoor vertical wind tunnel so you—and your kids who are too young to actually jump out of an airplane—can experience what free fall feels like. Dorky goggles included. iflyutah.com; 801-528-5348
This scenic tour through the Ten Mile Range is 30 minutes out to a yurt, where you can enjoy live music around a fireplace. Pet the horses and enjoy hot chocolate and marshmallows along the way. Perfect for a romantic retreat, and it’s fun for kids too. $50 adult, $40 child; CopperColorado.com.
West Lake is open for ice skating from 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Rent skates for $10 a session at the nearby Chubs sandwich shop. For more information, visit the activities desk in the Mountain Adventure Center, or visit CopperColorado.com.
Try an adventurous snowshoe tour in the surrounding wilderness.
The hospitable resort ambassadors lead daily snowshoe tours from the base of Union Creek. Complimentary Redfeather snowshoes and poles are provided. The morning tour, which leaves at 10 am, is slightly more advanced, while the 1pm session is geared towards beginners. No experience necessary; call 970-968-2318 ext. 45FUN for info.
Most kids grew up sledding. Let them try something new and give tubing a whirl. At the bottom of the Super Bee lift, you’ll find some of the best lift-accessed tubing in Colorado. Purchase your tickets for $24 an hour in the Copper Station lodge. Head up the tubing “lift” and five different runs await you. Call 866.416.9874 for more info.
Explore the Maine woods at a slightly slower pace.
Explore the Maine woods at a slightly slower pace. Strap on snowshoes and go on a “snowshoe safari” with Sugarloaf staff, who will point out interesting features, wildlife and brief you on the natural history of the area. The offer moonlight trips and a weekly "Shoe 'n' Stew" lunchtime trip. www.sugarloaf.com; 207-237-6830
Skate the biggest indoor skate in Maine. Don't worry, lessons are available.
Sugarloaf’s Antigravity Complex boasts the biggest indoor skate bowl in Maine. Rookies and rippers alike can skate the park. Kids 14 and under can get free lessons if they have their own board. Helmet rentals are $4. www.sugarloaf.com; 207-237-5566