row of lit up snow sculptures at night
row of lit up snow sculptures at night

How-To: International Snow Sculpture Championships

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The Breckenridge International Snow Sculpture Championships, presented by Toyota, are back January 23-February 1, 2023. To help make the most of your visit, we’ve compiled our top snow sculpture and Breckenridge FAQs to make your adventures a breeze. For a detailed schedule, voting, teams and additional info, please visit the main event page:

Transportation & Parking

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Traveling To & Around Breckenridge

Where should I park and how do I use the bus?

Will there be disability parking?

Where should private charter buses park and drop off/pick up?

Saturday Reservations

The weekend of viewing, Friday, Jan. 27 – Sunday, Jan. 29, is historically the most-popular time for sculpture viewing. To help ensure the best environment for artists and viewers timed entry reservations will be required ONLY on Saturday, Jan. 28. There is no cost for a timed entry, but availability is limited. Spectators can sign up for a Saturday sculpture viewing at 10:00am, 12:00pm or 2:00pm.

We encourage spectators to view the sculptures Sunday, Jan. 29 – Wednesday, Feb. 1 when reservations are not required.

Make the Most of Your Trip

How-Tos & FAQs

row of ornate snow sculptures

What are the Breckenridge International Snow Sculpture Championships presented by Toyota?

When should I visit?

How much does it cost to attend the event?

Why will there be timed entry reservations for the snow sculptures on Saturday, Jan. 28?

Where are the sculptures located?

Are dogs allowed?

What to Know before you go

Preparing for your trip

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