Ice Haus FAQ’s

When are you open for Public Skate?

We have Public Skate sessions daily from 12-1:30pm. We also offer evening Public Skate sessions on Wednesdays & Fridays from 6:30-8pm, and Saturdays from 6:45-8:15pm.  Sessions may be occasionally canceled so please check the Ice Haus Calendar for up-to-date information

Do you offer skate rentals?

Yes we do! We have 595 pairs of skates and you can choose between figure skates, recreational figure skates and hockey skates. Our skate sizes go from Toddler’s 8 to Men’s 14.

Are there ice skating lessons?

Absolutely! We offer both figure skating and hockey classes from the beginner level through adult, including specialty classes to hone your skills. Give us a call at 970-350-9402 for more information or go to our Learn-to-Skate or Hockey page.

What is the cost of Public Skate?

Admission is just $6 and skate rental is $3. Children 5 years old and under get in for just $2 any time. Students receive $1 off admission (valid/current school ID required).

Do you have group discounts?

We sure do! We offer family skate sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12-1:30pm and on Wednesdays from 6:30-8pm. Family skates are just $25 for up to 6 people (skate rental included). We also have discounts for larger groups during any open skate session. Groups of 10-24 are $5.50 per person for admission, groups of 25-49 receive are $5 each, groups of 50-75 receive pay only $4.50 each and groups of 76 or more pay $4 for admission plus skate rental.

Do you offer Birthday Parties?

We offer a great birthday party package for $145 that includes use of one of our private rooms for one hour, public skating for 90 minutes for up to 10 people.  The Ice Haus also has room rentals available to suit your needs for a variety of events such as meetings, baby showers and much more! Please call 970-350-9402 for more information.

How old do you have to be to ice skate?

While we don’t have age requirements for public skate sessions, we do not allow children to be carried on the ice by parents. Children must be able to support themselves.

The Ice Haus also has skate assistants (walkers), available to rent for $3, which are great tools to provide help with balance while on the ice.

Do you allow wheelchairs?
We certainly do! Wheelchairs are welcome on the ice, though any person pushing a wheelchair must wear skates. In addition, the Ice Haus has five hockey sleds available for rental!
Can I rent out the ice rink?

You sure can! Private ice rentals are $245 per hour and include 25 free skate rentals. You can use your ice time for skating, hockey or broomball – perfect for teambuilding events and birthdays! Call 970-350-9402 and speak with Carla to reserve your time!

When do you have Stick ‘n’ Puck?

We don’t have a set schedule for Stick ‘n’ Puck but do offer sessions (along with Drop-in times and All Ages Skills and Drills sessions) throughout the week. All ages are welcome for Stick ‘n’ Puck, but youth 8 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Drop in games are reserved for players 16 years and older. Please check the Ice Haus Calendar section on our website for the most up to date schedule.

When do you have freestyle sessions?

We offer freestyle for figure skaters to practice on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday from 3:00-3:45pm , 3:45-4:30pm, & 4:30-5:15pm; Wednesday and Friday from 6:15-7am & 7-7:45am; and Wednesday afternoons from 2:45-3:30pm & 3:30-4:15pm. Each session is $7.

Skaters must be in level Basic 4 or higher, or have a private lesson with a certified coach scheduled, to attend freestyle. Please check out our Ice Haus Calendar section for updated session schedules.

Can figure skaters practice during public skate?
We encourage all of our skaters to practice as much as possible, however we do have some guidelines to follow during public skate sessions: figure skaters who are practicing must stay inside the coned area (center ice), figure skaters may only practice single revolution jumps (no axels allowed during public skate), figure skaters may not practice spins where either skate is higher than knee level. Please keep in mind that this may change during busier sessions and is at the skate guard’s discretion.