The town of Breckenridge

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


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


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


Oktoberfest in Breck is right around the corner

Dust of those dirndls and lederhosen, boys and girls… Breck’s Oktoberfest is just around the corner! Breckenridge’s 20th annual Oktoberfest, the world’s greatest celebration of beer, music and autumn, runs from September 12-14, 2014. Don’t miss one of the largest Oktoberfest parties in the Rocky Mountains. All the details you need to know to make the most… Read More

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Dog-friendly Breckenridge: Where man’s best friend is king

It’s not just a bumper sticker; your dog honestly is your life copilot. He goes where you go. And, like most laid-back mountain towns, Breckenridge gets it. Here’s where to stay, hike, shop and chill with the whole family. Room and board Fido needs his beauty rest too. Many Breck accommodations allow pets for a… 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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Best photo spots in Breck

No trip to Breckenridge is complete without a few pictures, right? Well, instead of having your photos limited to Mainstreet and the Ski Resort, head to these places to see Breck in new ways that will definitely take your breath away!   Boreas Road: If you’re looking for a great spot to take some fall photos,… Read More

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Q&A with a former Pro Cycling Challenge racer

The fourth annual USA Pro Cycling Challenge rides through Colorado Aug. 18–24, zipping into Breckenridge for the Stage 5 finish on Friday, Aug. 22. We’re all revved up for the intense racing action, miles of cheering, and town celebrations (don’t miss Breck Bike Week) during what’s becoming a favorite late-summer tradition. Former National Champion, Olympian… Read More

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Local Spotlight – Keri Herman [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. In this Episode we talk to Keri Herman; Breck pro athlete, World Cup Champion and Olympic Athlete. Keri… Read More