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Glen Gerberg Climate and Weather Summit

This week, Breckenridge Ski Resort is holding the Glen Gerberg Climate and Weather Summit, an annual conference for the nation’s top experts to gather and discuss issues such as the current state of our climate and climate change, as well as cover new topics and technologies that will come to shape the ways in which… Read More

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Ullr Fest at Breck

Monday brought 5 inches of new snow to Breck, which comes in perfect time to celebrate our Norse god of the snow, Ullr. The week of Jan. 11-17, the Town of Breckenridge comes alive with week long festivities in honor of Ullr as a way to recognize and please him, and hope he smiles down… Read More

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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

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Women’s Ski Programs at Breck

Ladies, it is time to take the mountain by storm! Introducing Her Mountain: a program dedicated to helping women get the most out of our mountain town in the best way we know how – by providing a welcoming, supportive, fun, and friendly place to improve skiing or snowboarding skills, meet new friends, and take the… Read More

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Ullr: The man, the myth, the snow god legend

January in Breckenridge ushers in the peak of ski season and, naturally, a time of reflection and thanks aimed at our beautiful surroundings. All of this fresh New Year glory — and the deep-rooted reflex to yearn for more snow — are encompassed in Breck’s most anticipated winter event, Ullr Fest Jan. 11–17. Steeped in… Read More

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Don’t let high altitude bring you down

How to cope at elevation in Breckenridge It doesn’t matter if you run 10 miles a day or have an impeccable track record of skiing from open to close without a break. The altitude can still get to you. It’s nothing to be ashamed of. In Breckenridge you are at 9,600 feet after all –… Read More

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US Team Training days at Breck

There are only a few locations around the world that can host the perfect combination of world-class terrain and world-class talent, and Breckenridge is at the forefront of that movement. Every winter, athletes from around the world make the seasonal migration to Breckenridge, Colorado, where they spend between two and six months here to train… Read More

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Breck’s must-photograph spots

In town or on the mountain, capturing jaw-dropping Breckenridge vistas is pretty much point-n-click. Mother Nature handles the rest. Here are a few mandatory frame-worthy shots: Ski There Top of T-Bar Hop on the two-person T-Bar lift to the crux of Peak 7 and Peak 8 for amazing alpine panoramas. Ski left and pause to… Read More

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Photographer James Balog and CU Prof. Dr. James White showcase arctic research, photos

Breckenridge Ski Resort and GoBreck.com invite the public to join an engaging and fascinating evening of discussion with Dr. James White, Director of University of Colorado’s Institute for Arctic and Alpine Research and James Balog, an award-winning photographer, explorer and founder of the Extreme Ice Survey, Wednesday, Jan. 14 from 6-7 p.m. in the Columbine… Read More

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Live and let ride: 30 years of snowboarding at Breck

It was 1985. Snowboards were shorter, slimmer, pointed and made of wood. Wide neon headbands sat where helmets now reside and saggy :”steezy” swagger was a glimmer in the nylon one-piece snowsuit’s eye. Highback bindings were in infant stages and the first magazine about snowboarding, Absolutely Radical (later renamed International Snowboard Magazine), was fresh off… Read More