Hundreds of lineworkers from across the country will gather in Colorado Springs to compete in the American Public Power Association (APPA) Lineworkers Rodeo.
Competitors will descend on the Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site to demonstrate how quickly and safely they can climb power poles, hang transformers, rescue injured workers and perform rope tosses and other duties commonly required of lineworkers.
The rodeo is free and open to the public!
Being a lineworker requires tremendous skill and knowledge. This is a great opportunity for customers to get an up-close look at workers as they demonstrate what it really takes to keep the power on. Lineworkers will mimic tasks that they do on the job.
*There’s no live electricity involved in the rodeo, but the competitors must use procedures as if there were.
Bring your family. This is going to be a great community event.
The Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site is an educational, non-profit living history farm and museum that depicts life in the Pikes Peak region in four time periods from 1775 to 1907. Learn more about Rock Ledge Ranch.
Parking is located along the venue perimeter but is limited. Shuttle service will be provided every 15 minutes throughout the day.