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Winter has come to Breckenridge [video]

The 2014-2015 winter season is shaping up to be one for the books! Along with a few dustings on the summits during the last few weeks, Breckenridge received about 1-2 inches of snow last night; even down in the valley on Main Street. The aspens, while absolutely stunning this fall season, are starting to drop their leaves and the colorful Colorado we know is taking on it’s familiar white blanket.

Ripperoo, as you can imagine, is ecstatic with the new snow. He had an awesome summer hiking, riding his bike, and livin’ it up at the Breck Summer Fun Park. This morning, Rip decided it was time to put that bike away and bust out his skis. He knows that this rainy fall is giving way to an incredible early season, and he wants to be ready of all the snow coming our way.

Boone, a Breckenridge local pup, was still inside Rip’s house finishing his morning coffee. Rest assured, he’ll be out frolicking in the freshies all day today.

Don’t underestimate the weather this November and December. Breckenridge is slated for a fantastic year, and we don’t want you to miss any of it. Book your visit online, and skip the lines at the ticket window:

Looking for accommodations for your vacation? Breckresorts.com is your one-stop site for checking out all the incredible locations available for your stay:

Get your skis and boards ready…only one month till November 7, Breck’s opening day!

5 Responses

  1. Hopefully the"summer doldrums reach out to all my ski bum buds!!!

  2. Hope ta see any o yuz Onda slopes east ta west dis yr.

  3. Robyn Silver Gault

    Can you still hike or is it too late?

  4. You can still hike! There are tons of trails on the mountain and in and around town.

  5. You can still hike! There are tons of trails on the mountain and in and around town.

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