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A ski run at Breckenridge Ski Resort

Winter 2021-2022 Forecast for Summit County

Colorado winters are notorious for having harsh storms that cap the summits with fresh snow. The town of Breckenridge sees an annual snowfall of 300 inches per year of snow, making it a popular destination for winter warriors. Visitors from all over the world visit the resort to ski and snowboard its famous runs. Throughout...
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People drinking inside a restaurant in Breckenridge

The Top 5 Fine Dining Options in Breckenridge for Thanksgiving

Breckenridge is a unique place to spend the Thanksgiving holiday. After spending the day shredding the mountain with ski and snowboard rentals from Breckenridge Ski and Sport, or sledding with the family, you get to hit the town for some great fine dining options. Breckenridge has a few different restaurant styles to choose from, such...
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Aspen trees in the fall

Top 3 Places to see the Leaves Change Near Breckenridge

You don’t need to go panning this fall to find the gold in the historic mining town of Breckenridge, Colorado. As the days get shorter, the leaves of the aspens dispersed through the valley change to vivid yellows, golds, and oranges. All around the area, there are several great places to check out the fall...
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Three men on mountain bikes looking down a dirt trail in the forest

The Beginner Mountain Biker’s Guide to Fall in Breckenridge

Fall is an excellent time of the year for mountain bikers to enjoy the Rocky Mountains. From the Breckenridge greater area through Loveland Pass, down through Georgetown and beyond, you can find downhill mountain biking experiences for beginners and experienced riders alike. No bike? No problem. Bike rentals are affordable and transportation or delivery is...
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Our Favorite Gravel Rides Near Breckenridge

Peak 9 Rd Peak 9 Rd is a great bike route to discover Breckenridge Ski Resort during the summer. The trail starts on Lower Sawmill by the Beaver Run Resort. This gravel ride is quite challenging with a 3,730-foot elevation gain in 6.64 miles. The trail takes you up past The Overlook restaurant near the...
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4 Classic Colorado Bike Paths You Should Try This Summer

Biking has always been a classic summer pass time and what better way to explore Colorado’s beauty than on two wheels? Below we have compiled our favorite bike paths around the state. They vary in difficulty so no matter what skill level you are, there is a ride for you. All paths are dog-friendly as...
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Breckenridge stream in the Spring with a bright blue sky

5 Best Spring Outdoor Activities in Breckenridge Colorado

Breckenridge is a happening town with loads of activities to choose from. There is everything from different types of tours, hiking, gold panning, fly fishing, and fat biking! Tours at Breckenridge Heritage Alliance             It is no mystery that Breckenridge is full of history. The take a “Walk Through History Tour” and be briefed on...
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Top 5 Favorite Après Ski Stops in Breckenridge, Colorado

The town of Breckenridge was founded in 1859 and the first ski trail was cut in 1961.  Since then, the town has become a destination for many different types of outdoor activities. Sitting at the base of the Tenmile Range, the amount of activities within close proximity to town is endless. After a long day...
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How to Determine Your Skier Type and Where to Ski When Visiting Breckenridge Ski Resort

Selecting the skier type that most closely fits you in expertise and body type is crucial when planning safe and fun skiing trips.  It has an enormous impact on the way your bindings are calibrated for your skis.  Skier type is as important to technicians as information like weight and height, all of which is...
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