Looking for a little more action than watching the ball drop this New Years Eve? Here are some ideas to keep the body moving till the clock strikes midnight.

Crested Butte Yurt Dinner
Earn your three-course dinner by skiing or snowshoeing to the Magic Meadows Yurt. There, chefs from gourmet restaurant Maxwell’s dish up fresh, seasonal fare accompanied by hearty drinks. You’ll be back down to the CB Nordic Center around 9 p.m., which leaves plenty of time to ski or shoe into town, or get in some serious trail time around the yurt. $60 per adult, $40 without ski rental or trail pass purchase, $50 for children under 12. Reservations required. cbnordic.org

Skate the Lake Evergreen
Sponsored by Drive Smart Evergreen-Conifer, this family-friendly, alcohol-free event has been a New Years Eve tradition since 1996. Eight acres of ice-skating, food vendors, face painting, fire barrel bonfires, hot cocoa, games and an indoor DJ dance tent for teens await. New this year is the “Touch a Truck” area where kids of all ages can explore all kinds of trucks, including ambulances and fire engines. Fireworks at 8 p.m. Skate rentals may be available, but it is suggested you bring your own. Tickets $20 a person, kids eight and under free. Volunteer for a shift and get a free ticket. drivesmarte-c.org

Night Skiing at Keystone
Nine trails and the tubing hill are open for night skiing at Keystone on New Year’s Eve until 8 p.m. After the mountain closes, skin up to the Outpost and hit the Alpenglow Stube, or Der Fondue Chessel restaurants. Feeling lazy? Grab the lift up. Fondue is $70 for adults and $30 for kids, while Alpenglow Stube is $185 per adult, $88 per child. Reservations are required for both. Lift ticket and tubing prices vary by way of purchase. keystoneresort.com

25th Annual Resolution Run
Ring in the new year by running a 5K and supporting KRFC 88.9 FM Fort Collins, Northern Colorado’s community, public radio station. You’ll definitely score some swag—all participants receive a long sleeve t-shirt. And if you run really fast, you’ll win a locally made goblet by Diane Findley (top three male and female finishers). Après race, flush out the legs with a glide or two around the Old Town Skating Rink, then head to Old Town Square for the First Night Fort Collins celebration featuring music, dancing and fireworks. Race is $22 for adults, free for kids 12 and under. Ice skating is $2 per person; $10 for the First Night celebration, children six and under free. downtownfortcollins.com

—Courtney Johnson