I'm going to Colorado over New Years(December 31st - January 3rd). We have a hotel reserved in Silverthorne, which I believe is about 90 minutes west of Denver. Plan on going to Copper, Breckenridge, Vail, maybe Aspen. Is there anything going on in those towns New Years Eve aside from legally smoking weed? I do not ski or snowboard, I will probably try it since 2 of the people going want to stay at the ski lift..place...thing all day, but what else is there to do around there aside from look at mountains? Also, when I went to Utah in January, I was the one who had to drive through Wyoming -> Salt Lake at 4am with the snow and wind blowing like a motherfucker, in a Suburban with 4 people packed to the brim with shit. That sucked. Had it to the floor going up the mountain not making much progress, and then continuous braking and downshifting going down while I feel like I'm going to get blown off the interstate, occasionally sliding on patches of ice. This brings me to the question of how I-70 is maintained in the winter? Granted I'll be driving a manual truck this time, thankfully, so it should go up and down easier, but still somewhat concerned about driving conditions. This is all. Thank you whoever has experience with this.