Town

The town of Breckenridge

Breckenridge Freeride Bus

Breck bus guide

Love the idea of getting from your condo to the slopes without having to load up the car? The Breck Free Ride and Summit Stage bus systems are your solutions to ski resort transportation serenity. Always ending its routes at Breckenridge Station, located at the base of the Breck Connect Gondola, the Summit Stage has… Read More

Breck Dew Tour Ski Half Pipe

Your guide to December in Breckenridge

With ski season and the holidays in full swing and foot upon foot of fresh powder gracing our slopes already, December in Breckenridge is shaping up to be pretty fantastic. Here are a few to-dos to pencil in this month: Shop local and find one-of-a-kind creative gifts at the Handmade Holiday Market December 5–7. Stroll… 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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Oct 13, 2014 – It snowed in Breck!

Breck received 9+ inches of snow in 24 hours, and now we’re dreaming of Opening Day. We wandered through town and up Mount Baldy to capture the snowy sights. Click through the images below to see what Ullr blessed us with yesterday. Need a season pass? Get yours before the deadline. Visit Breckenridge.com for the best… Read More

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How to find the perfect condo in Breck

This is it … time to come to Breckenridge for more than a big ski weekend. You’re coming to stay for a week or three, and rather than a dolled up hotel room, you’re in the market for a full-blown home away from home, a place where you can have a dinner party, do some laundry,… Read More

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A vegetarian’s guide to Breckenridge

Some of the best grub in Breckenridge is of the non-carnivorous variety. Diehard vegetarians to occasional bacon sneakers to the steak-obsessed — these veggie-based dishes are pretty delish. On-mountain dining no-meat picks span the housemade soups and Salad Station at Ski Hill Grill to a morning spread of fruit, eggs, bagels and pastries from chef-inspired… Read More

Gondola at sunrise

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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Five great restaurants you’ve probably never tried

Breckenridge is home to many restaurants, elegant fine dining, large sports bars and everything in between. Some are packed to the gills on any given day and have been for decades. There are a handful of hidden haunts, however, located slightly off the beaten path that you may have never tried, but should. Take a… Read More

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Environment and adventure: Breckenridge Film Festival is Sept. 18–21

Impressive cinematic resumes and brilliant outdoor and environmental documentaries, along with comedies and a touch of drama, are on tap for the Breckenridge Film Festival Sept. 18–21. The four-day fest unfolds with 66 films — one third revolving around environmental or outdoor themes — and screenings that transport audiences to Venezuela’s remote Mount Roraima, Alaskan… 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