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Lifestyle in Breckenridge

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Halloween in Breckenridge

Whether you are taking the kids out for a ghostly night of trick-or-treating or looking to enter your finest mummy getup in a costume contest, here’s a look at Breckenridge’s Halloween hot spots. Take your mini ghosts and goblins out on the town for a night of traditional trick-or-treating. Thanks to the Breckenridge Police Department,… Read More

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Breck’s haunted past

In spite of the bro party vibe and fun surrounding a friendly game of ping pong, there is no question that The Brown Hotel in Breckenridge feels spooky. Even if you’ve gotten past the chill of history packed into the tiny bar and velvet-lined sitting room, distracted yourself with a couple of hours of air… Read More

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Employee Spotlight: Doug Pierini, Vice President of Skier Services

Doug Pierini has been part of the ski industry long before he began to earn a paycheck. Breckenridge’s Vice-President of skier services grew up with parents who were part-time ski instructors in upstate New York. He ski raced all through childhood, and after graduating from college, he followed in the footsteps of ski bums everywhere… Read More

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Winter has come to Breckenridge [video]

The 2014-2015 winter season is shaping up to be one for the books! Along with a few dustings on the summits during the last few weeks, Breckenridge received about 1-2 inches of snow last night; even down in the valley on Main Street. The aspens, while absolutely stunning this fall season, are starting to drop… Read More

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Everything you need to know about daycare at Breckenridge

Four years ago I was near tears when I dropped my nine-month-old son off at his first ski resort nursery. Despite assurances from other moms, from the daycare director herself, and from the obvious quality of the place—it was clean, stocked with colorful toys, had a quiet nursery with cribs, and a super nice staff—I… Read More

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Guide to transportation in Breckenridge

When traveling to Breckenridge, rest assured that a rental car or personal chauffer is not required – whether by foot or via public transportation, here’s a look at how to get around the mountain town. Whether you’re traveling from the airport to the lodge, or the ski hill to the pizza joint, Breckenridge visitors have… Read More

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Our “Epic Promise” to our communities: Energy education

As mountain enthusiasts, we all understand the draw of the great outdoors – there’s nothing quite like a day on the slopes with your friends and family, breathing in the fresh alpine air and taking in the gorgeous mountain vistas and endless seas of pine forest. For me, being in Breck is a constant reminder… Read More

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Best meals in Breck for under $10

Sometimes it’s difficult to find cheap food options in a resort town. Being a college student and skier with limited funds, I’ve had to track down some of the best dining spots that don’t put a dent in your wallet. What I’ve found, however, is that with so many great dining options in Breckenridge, there… Read More

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Get ready for ski season with preseason workouts

The winter season is fast approaching (Breck opens less than 70 days from today)! Starting a conditioning program during the preseason can help you tremendously when it comes to skiing or snowboarding. Your legs will be in great shape and you’ll even be able to reduce injury. A strong workout regimen can keep you going all… Read More

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Local Spotlight – Randy Veeneman [video]

In the Local Spotlight series, we take a look at the people that make up Breckenridge. We explore both how the town has shaped their lives, and how they have contributed to the atmosphere of the town. Working in collaboration with GoBreck, “Who the Breck are you?” is the town of Breck’s contribution to the… Read More