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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Don’t Wait for Morning: Things to do on a Snowy Night in Breck

Snowy nights in Breckenridge are a dream come true. The town is bustling with celebration and each magical flake adds more excitement for the powder day in the morning. But why wait until the morning to enjoy it? There is plenty of fun to be had playing in Breck and the surrounding area, especially on… Read More

Family Activities for a Snowy Day

For many, there’s only one thing to do on a snowy day in Breckenridge: Ride the lifts and shred until the powder’s gone. But there’s even more to do in Breck as a family.  Here are additional activities the entire family will love to do together: Glide Ice skating at the Stephen C. West Arena is… Read More

Run of the Day: Contest Bowl

Over 90 inches of snow have fallen at Breck in the month of January! Needless to say, the base is stacking up fast. This run of the day was taken down King in Contest Bowl. To get to King head up the T-Bar and ski down Alpine Alley to Contest Bowl. –Michael Suleiman

All of Breck’s 5 peaks are now open

A few days before the holidays arrive, Breckenridge is pleased to annouce it’s gift to all Colorado skiers and riders; All five of our peaks are now open! Thanks to the combined efforts of mother nature, and our absolutely killer snowmaking team, skiers and riders will now be able to enjoy terrain across our entire… Read More

A Guide to Downtown Breckenridge

One of the beautiful things that sets Breckenridge apart from other ski resort towns is its gripping blend of old and new. We have a cutting-edge arts scene, fantastic shopping and dining and plush spas and lodging—all nudged up against painstakingly preserved historic buildings and an active riverside recreation path set off by postcard mountain… Read More

Smart Ways to Save in Breck

  My first ski vacation with friends was what made me fall in love with Breckenridge – planting the seed to eventually make this fantastic town my home. I grew up in Virginia where one inch of real non-man-made snow was a powder day. Over a decade ago, my group of friends decided to plan a… Read More

Explore Breck’s High Alpine

One of my absolute favorite things about Breckenridge is the high alpine terrain. There is nothing more breathtaking then cresting the tree-line, seeing the immense beauty of the peaks and the endless views expand before your eyes. Those moments of complete reverence hold a very special place in my heart and having the ability to… Read More