The resort sits in convenient proximity to the town making it easy to enjoy the après scene after a day on the slopes. Breckenridge Ski Resort provides ski and snowboard terrain from easy to expert on 2,358 acres. On-mountain lodging and dining are available for those who wish to maximize their time on the hill and rental shops in the base area and around town mean plenty of options for updating your gear.
There are so countless things to do in Breckenridge during the warmer months, as well, with hiking, mountain biking, camping, and fly fishing all available around the outskirts of town. Golf, horseback riding, ziplining, kayaking, rafting, and a host of other outdoor adventures are within easy driving distance, making a Breckenridge vacation ideal for anyone seeking to experience the best of the Colorado Rockies.
Looking to spend the day in town? Breckenridge hosts various festivals over the year from winter’s popular Ullr Fest (a celebration of the Norse god of snow) to a Fourth of July parade, several art festivals, and Oktoberfest in the fall. Even when no events are scheduled, Breck’s Main Street offers visitors and locals live music, shopping, and dining that ranges from casual pub fare to high end cuisine.
Tucked into the Rocky Mountains at 9600’, Breckenridge, CO draws visitors year round with its quaint charm, world class ski slopes, and a myriad of outdoor activities. Downtown Breckenridge offers boutiques, souvenir shops, gear shops, restaurants, bars and more all within easy walking distance of each other while a range of lodging options from hotels and motels to B&B’s and rental homes that fan out into the side streets and surrounding neighborhoods. Camping and RV parks are available on the outskirts of town, as well.