STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – The 105th edition of Winter Carnival in Steamboat Springs is in the books and thousands are taking home lots of good memories.READ MORE: When I See A 50% Chance Of Rain In The Forecast, What Does That Really Mean?
Sunday included ski jumping and a wild parade complete with a camel down the main drag covered with a thick layer of snow.
Events included skijoring, in which a skier pulled by a horse down the course built on the street.READ MORE: Colorado Weather: Monsoon Storms Return Sunday, But Focus Shifts A Bit West
There was also a “Donkey Jump” and of course fireworks and a snowman building contest.
Steamboat received fresh snow Saturday, helping to make the carnival feel like a real winter wonderland.
“It’s crazy, but it’s how we celebrate winter around here and we still have a lot of winter to come,” parade announcer and local radio DJ Shannon Lukens told CBS4.MORE NEWS: Boat Ramps Closed At Three Western Slope Reservoirs, Closures Expected At Blue Mesa As Water Level Drops