It’s never too early to start planning your spring break ski trip! Enjoying a spring break vacation in Breckenridge is all about full-mountain trail coverage for spring skiing, fun events like live music on peak 8, and beautiful sunny and warmer winter weather.
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Although Breckenridge is home to one of the world’s greatest ski resorts, and skiing and snowboarding are most people’s go-to winter activities when they’re here, they are certainly not the only options. In our last blog post, we talked about the perfect winter day in Breckenridge. Now, here are some of the area’s other unforgettable offerings, including a few you probably hadn’t thought of.
We love Breckenridge, especially in the winter. And since all of us at Great Western Lodging live and work in Breck, love to ski, and know the area so well, we wanted to share with you our idea of the perfect winter day.
Whether cruising happy hours, pedaling the path with your family or bombing down to the base area, here’s all you need to know.
Discover great dirt pounding options as well as run-in, run-out lodging
Much in the same way that slope proximity is often the No. 1 priority for winter visitors, quick trail access is key in the summer, particularly for trail runners.
There is no better panorama of the Rocky Mountain scenery than from the middle of a high elevation lake or pond. While biking, hiking, golf and kayaking are the warm weather activities that come to mind for most Breckenridge visitors, stand...
Here at 9,600 feet, it’s sometimes a stretch to think of March as “spring.” Sure, it’s when spring breakers from all over the country descend on Breckenridge for their week of skiing and partying, but most of us who spend a...