Torchlight Parades in Wyoming

Torchlight parades are a New Year’s Eve tradition By: Janeen Christoff
Torchlight parades are a New Year’s Eve tradition // © 2011 Wyoming Tourism
Torchlight parades are a New Year’s Eve tradition // © 2011 Wyoming Tourism

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Torchlight parades are a New Year’s Eve tradition. Here are a few places to see the magic at resorts in Wyoming. 

Grand Targhee 
Alta
Time: 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The Children's Torchlight Parade is open to kids ages 5 to 14 who possess basic stopping and turning skills. Children use non-toxic glow sticks.
The Adult Torchlight Parade is open to intermediate/advanced skiers and riders ages 12 and older. Adults use roadside flares and older clothing is recommended.
A special fireworks display will immediately follow the Torchlight Parade on New Year’s Eve.
www.grandtarghee.com

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
Teton Village
Time: 5p.m. to 7 p.m.
Visitors can join the festivities at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Kids are welcome to participate in the Glowworm parade. Children can meet at the Kids Ranch at 4:30 pm (and leave the ski poles behind).
Resort employees ski in the traditional Torchlight on Apres Vous at 6:00 pm. Fireworks will follow.
www.jacksonhole.com

Snow King
Jackson 
Time: 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Parades begin at 6:15 pm on Snow King Mountain. It starts on the Summit lift. Fireworks by the Jaycees will start immediately after the parade.
www.snowking.com

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