Lifestyle

Lifestyle in Breckenridge

Ski Patrol Family - Nothnagles

Employee Spotlight: Bob and Susie Nothnagel, Breckenridge Ski Patrol

They called it the storm of the century. Late last month, an epic blizzard dropped more than three feet of snow on the Colorado Rockies in as many days. Powderhounds near and far rejoiced and flocked to the resorts. For the ski patrollers managing the mountains’ in-bounds safety, the snow was welcome and exhilarating. It… Read More

wine-lover's guide to Breck

The wine-lover’s guide to Breck

There’s not much to “whine” about in Breckenridge right now. We have tons of snow on the ground and plenty of days left in the season. That said, sometimes it’s nice to relax in the afternoon with a nice glass of wine. Here are some great spots in Breck you’ll be able to find great wine…. Read More

Silvia riding the Breck gondola

A German´s guide to Breck

I’m originally from Munich, Germany – City of beergardens and Oktoberfest, of two surf-able river waves, of majestic old churches and castles with the Alps in visible distance on a sunny day… Why would I spend more time in Breckenridge than my beautiful home city these days? Breckenridge makes it easier for me to find… Read More

EricWillett in China

Eric Willett’s top travel tips

A member of the Breck Epic Team, Eric Willett accounts his journeys as a professional athlete here. To read more from Eric, search his name in the top right, or click here.  To me, traveling is just as fun as snowboarding. I love everything about it — hanging out in airports, flying, and getting to… Read More

Skiing Freeway at Breck

Banks Gilberti: Who I am – Eight Seasons in Breck

Eight seasons. It’s mind numbing to think that it’s been eight winters living in Breckenridge. It absolutely flew by. I grew up in the small town of Hailey, Idaho. A cow-town to say the least but luckily graced with one bad-to-the-bone ski mountain. Colorado was always in my blood, though. I was born in Denver… Read More

Cody Cirillo at Breck

Balancing life, school, and professional skiing

I’m not your typical professional skier- there are many other facets to my life and balancing them all takes quite some effort. During the fall, I attend the University of Southern California (USC), in Los Angeles, where I am a Pre-Med student. I take a full amount of credits in order to fulfill my obligations… Read More

Silvia Injury

Injury and Competition – How I’m doing

I always felt like injuries were life’s way of teaching us to appreciate the little things. Walking. Carrying a cup of tea from point A to B. Sleeping without pain. Swimming. After 3 blown-out knees, I had learned that lesson well. But apparently not well enough. Or maybe it’s not a life lesson and I… Read More

Breck Christmas Skiing

What to do in Breckenridge this Christmas

Fresh snow and winter activities make Christmas in Breckenridge the most wonderful time of the year. Here is a look at the top things to do in Breckenridge during your stay this Christmas. Awaken your senses and explore Peak 6 Breckenridge’s most recent expansion opens up 543 acres of new terrain on Christmas Day. At… Read More

Shopping in Breck

Top 10 Shops in Breck

Let’s just get one thing out of the way: there are few things as subjective as top 10 lists—especially top 10 lists that have to do with shopping. One woman’s treasure might well be another woman’s trash. And yet. The shopping in Breck is almost as superlative as the skiing. Whether you’re peddling in high-end… Read More

Breckenridge Family Lifestyle 2011/2012

Breck’s best runs for families

Perhaps you’ve heard, but Breckenridge Ski Resort will open Peak 6 in a few weeks.  With that expansion, the resort will have over 2900 acres and 187 trails to explore across five mountains.  For the family who has to wrangle kids from the car to the rental shop to the ticket office to the lift,… Read More