transportation in Breckenridge

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Run of the Day: The Snowflake Loop [video]

For today’s Run of the Day, we explore one of Breck’s hidden nook trails. Ski between houses, over bridges, and ride through the shaky mouse trap! Skiing Breck as a kid growing up, I always found enjoyment in skiing the odd, off the beaten path trails. Of these, skiing down Snowflake and riding one of… Read More

Town of Breckenridge in the Winter

Breckenridge Parking Made Easy

Your quick guide to parking around town and at Breckenridge Ski Resort: Skier Day-Parking Breckenridge
 Gondola South Lot, Gondola North Lot, & Gold Rush Lot: Monday thru Thursday $5,
Friday thru Sunday and peak days/holidays $12 Save with Parking Packs:
Pre-paid 5 pack $40,
Pre-paid 10 pack $70 Beaver Run Lot (Peak 9 slopeside): Monday thru Thursday $15,
Friday… Read More

Nightlife in Breckenridge

Spring Break in Breck

Spring Break in Breck is the epitome of the college skier. Boasting world-cklass skiing and one of the liveliest mountain ski towns in North America, Breckenridge is your Spring Break destination for rocking outdoor concerts and a rowdy downtown nightlife where the party stops just long enough for some bottomless powder action on Peak 6…. Read More


Plan your I-70 trip over MLK weekend

It’s no secret that MLK weekend is a popular time to enjoy the mountains, thanks to the great snow in January and an extra day off of work (if you’re lucky). If you’re thinking of heading up to Breck this weekend, take the time to do a little planning and avoid the traffic along I-70…. Read More


Change your Peak Time: your guide to I-70

For the past 30 years, snow sports enthusiasts have been able to enjoy the ease of traveling I-70 to reach their favorite ski resort destination. However, as more and more people make their way to Colorado’s Rocky Mountains each winter in search deep powder and bluebird sunny skies, even some of the best laid plans… Read More

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

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

Breck Spring Break

How to save money during spring break in Breck

One of the best parties to celebrate spring break is a few weeks away: Breck Spring Fever 2014 kicks off on March 22. Here’s a few ideas on how you can save some money during spring break in Breck: Buy lift tickets in advance Before you head up to Breck, be sure to visit… Read More

Scenic Night View of Town of Breckenridge

How to get to Breckenridge

Once you get to Breckenridge, you won’t want to leave. But first you have to get there. Here’s how. Air Breckenridge is about 100 miles west of the Denver International Airport. Direct flights from around the country arrive here daily. Land, get your luggage and skis and either grab a shuttle or rent a car… Read More

CoTrip Breckenridge drive

The perfect traffic-free drive to Breckenridge

One of the very few downsides of skiing and boarding in Colorado is that it’s so good, everyone wants to do it. At times, particularly peak times in the morning and afternoon, that means a crowded and slow I-70 from Denver or elsewhere on the front range to the mountains. One of the best things… Read More