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Breck’s Best Winter Events

Breckenridge is known for its festive lineup of winter events. Here are the must-hit parties, big-name competitions and snow-filled celebrations. Each December, visit the base of Peak 8 for Dew Tour, when some of the best skiers and boarders from around the globe compete in high-flying competitions. This Olympic-qualifying event showcases gravity-defying slopestyle and halfpipe… Read More

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

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

New Year, Same Epic Celebrations: NYE in Breck

As the year nears its end, the Town of Breckenridge is bustling with holiday cheer and excitement to ring in the New Year. It’s a time of celebration and this world-class destination sure knows how to throw a party. Let’s take a gander at how the locals spread joy with some of their most fun… Read More

Breckenridge Arts District – A new way to experience the mountains

Nice view of Peak 8 from the Breckenridge Arts District. Photo: Elizabeth Miller   I moved to Breckenridge from the D.C. area. Like most mountain town residents, I came here for the skiing and was thrilled to live in this outdoorsy community. But I was worried that I would miss the arts and culture I… Read More

The Seasons Are Changing

As February nears it’s end, spring draws ever closer. Just because spring is on the way there is no reason to worry. Looking back at historical data for snowfall, spring is typically when some of the deepest of the year hits Breck. As we move forward into spring, keep your fingers crossed for those deep powder days.

Meet the Artist Behind Breck’s Trail Map

You know that amazingly precise, highly detailed winter trail map? It didn’t come from a machine. By Shauna Farnell Open Breck’s trail map and as an avid skier or snowboarder, you probably already view it as a deeply meaningful piece of art. But take a close look at this winter’s map. Seriously. Go to the “Mountain”… Read More

27th International Snow Sculpture Championships

Three Weeks of Snow Sculptures by Ebeth Miller When you think of snow in Breckenridge, you think of skiing, right? Well, it’s time to check out the 27th Annual International Snow Sculpture Championships and change your perception of snow forever! Fifteen teams from as far as Turkey, Germany, Finland, Mongolia, China, and India are hand… Read More