Breck Summer Bucket List Jun. 03, 2019 By Sarah Shipman Our top list of must-see, must-do activities for your summer visit to Breck. Help us with our Commitment to Zero! Save some trees – don’t print the list, but take your phone with you and check off items as you go! It’s a win-win. Take a free gondola ride on the BreckConnect Gondola. Explore the ski resort in summer at Epic Discovery, offering scenic, family-friendly and thrill-seeking outdoor activities. Play in the snow in the middle of summer on Breck’s giant snow pile, located at Peak 8 Basecamp. Put your climbing and maneuvering skills to the test on the Gold Summit Climbing Wall or Alpineer Challenge Course, located at Alpine Camp. Hop on an open-air safari-style 4×4 vehicle tour and cruise Peaks 7 and 8. Get creative in Breck’s Arts District, a multi-facility arts campus that hosts workshops, exhibits, tours and artists-in-residence. Explore Breck’s high alpine environment on foot with a Scenic Guided Hike. Soar above the trees, fly along 8 ziplines, and walk across a 200-foot long aerial bridge on the high-thrill, high-adventure Expedition Zipline Tour. Race 2,500 feet down the mountain on Breck’s GoldRunner Alpine Coaster. Pay a visit to, Isak Heartstone, the infamous Breckenridge troll. Take a hike along Breck’s Epic Discovery Interpretive Hiking Loop and learn about local history and wildlife. Venture above the clouds and hike Quandary Peak, Breck’s neighboring fourteener! (Colorado is famous for its “Fourteeners,” which are peaks that reach an elevation of more than 14,000 feet above sea-level.) Catch a performance at the Riverwalk Center, an award- winning performing arts facility that hosts a variety of musicians and events, including the National Repertory Orchestra. Indulge in local libations at local craft breweries, distilleries and wineries, including: Broken Compass, Breckenridge Distillery, Breck Brewery, Car Boy Winery, Continental Divide Winery. Leave the car at home! Just hop aboard the Breck Freeride for free transportation throughout Breckenridge.