After an unbelievably beautiful June that followed a very wet May, we are now into July and it appears mother nature is going to play nice again this year allowing Breckenridge to host it’s annual Independence Day firework celebration this Saturday, July 4th. While there aren’t many bad viewing area’s, I wanted to give you the inside scoop on where the BEST places to view the fireworks in Breckenridge are!
In recognition of Small Business Week
There are many of things that make Breckenridge such a special place. From the breath taking scenery, humbling size of the mountains, incredible wildlife, blue skies, and it’s beautiful town just to name a few . The list could go on and on but I believe what truly separates Breckenridge and makes it stand out are it’s amazing residents and welcoming community. Continue reading
5 Must do’s in Breckenridge this Spring
If you haven’t figured out by now, we love the spring time here in Breckenridge. Beautiful weather, smaller crowds, prime skiing conditions, and a plethora of activities going on around town are just a few of the reasons it’s slowly becoming locals favorite time of the year. Here are 5 must do things while visiting Breckenridge during the Spring! Continue reading
As we begin to see our economy improve, many people are beginning to travel more often with more expendable income at their disposal. While budgets may not be as tight as they were back in 2009, everyone likes to save a buck and get the best value without jeopardizing any part of the guest experience in their travels. Continue reading
I can only describe Spring in Breckenridge by the saying, ” it’s like having your cake and eating it too!” Continue reading
Experience some of Breckenridge’s best Happy Hours!
With over 75 restaurants and bars, it can be difficult trying to choose where to grab a bite to eat or drink while staying in Breckenridge. What’s even more difficult is finding out who has the best Happy Hour Specials in town. Look no further! We have comprised a list of some of the best Happy Hour Specials Breckenridge has to offer, that won’t break the bank. Enjoy! Continue reading
One of Breckenridge’s coolest and most unique events is getting ready to kick off its 25th year anniversary on January 27th, the Budweiser International Snow Sculpture Championships! Continue reading
How does an area with 300 days of sunshine and average winter temperatures of 28 degrees get 350 inches of snowfall annually? You have to be on good terms with Ullr, of course! As the story goes, Ullr, the Norse God of snow loves Breckenridge. Way back in 1963 the town locals caught wind that Ullr was going to be making a stop through Breckenridge. Wanting to show there gratitude and appreciation for Ullr’s blessings on the town (big dumps of snow!), everyone got together and threw a week long festival in his honor, the rest is history…
The air has become more brisk and the temperatures are steadily lowering. Here in Breckenridge this is a good sign that Winter is just around the corner. This is the time of year when locals start diving into their ski and snowboard gear, trying things on and tuning things up. Making sure that their last year’s jacket still fits and wondering whether their favorite gloves are going to hold up for one more year. Winter in Breck tends to come a bit earlier and stay a bit longer than in other parts of Colorado and we like it that way. And even if you’re not from Colorado we think you should still make sure your gear is in good shape and that you’ve got something to help ease the anxiety caused by cabin fever. That’s why here in Breckenridge we invite you to come visit and step outside. Take a look at the list of winter activities you can enjoy with hats and boots on: sleigh rides, dog sledding, snow tubing, even fly fishing! There’s something for everyone in every age group! If you want to make the most out of this winter season, dust off that winter gear and make plans to head into Breckenridge, Colorado. Browse our lodging options today and don’t forget to check out our online specials and deals. Time is slipping by don’t let this winter ski season slip by too!
The Breckenridge, Colorado area offers several options for beautiful fall color sightseeing for all modes of transportation – by car, on foot, by bicycle, or even on horseback. Whatever your preferred method of travel, Breckenridge provides a host of ways to experience the gorgeous colors of the changing aspen forests! Here are two of our favorites:
Boreas Pass Road, between Como and Breckenridge, is a wonderful sightseeing route for both cars and bicycles. Rising up to over 11,400 feet, the road provides views down into the Town of Breckenridge and throughout the surrounding mountains. Trails also parallel the upper portion of the road for scenic bike riding. Boreas Pass Road is reachable by US Highway 285 in Park County, and by Colorado Highway 9 on the south side of Breckenridge.
Best suited for bike riding or hiking, this network of trails winds through old mining country just two miles east of town. Not only do these trails provide beautiful nature walks through the changing aspen forest, it’s also a peek into the history of the mining industry that gave birth to Breckenridge. The trails can be accessed by way of the B&B Mines Trailhead, about a mile uphill from the intersection of Wellington and French Gulch Road.
For people spending time in Breckenridge vacation rentals this fall, this is one of the best ways to soak in the beauty this area has to offer. Hope to see you on the trails!