The Most Colorado Thing We Saw Today is really everyone in the town of Breckenridge this week.
They've been busy the last few days celebrating the 55th Ullr Fest. According to mythology, Ullr is the god of snow, and people pray to Ullr for white winters.
The event includes a parade, and a giant shot ski - as in multiple shot glasses attached to a ski that people take shots from at the same time.
The town actually took the unofficial shot ski world record on Thursday. Apparently 1,266 people and 422 skis was enough to take the title from Park City.
The unofficial world record for longest shot ski is officially broken!!! 1266 people, 422 skis. Sorry @visitparkcity... Ullr was smiling down on us! #ullrfest . . . #unitedbybreck #snow #breckenridge #ullrfest #colorado #vacationstoke #ullr #visitcolorado
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To learn more about Ullr Fest, we sent Cory Reppenhagen to get the details. Watch in the video above.