Historically, the last week in April and the first week in May are the slowest weeks of the year in Breckenridge. With the ski season behind us, many seasonal workers moving on, and others taking that well-deserved vacation, many businesses even close down until town picks up again around Memorial Day.
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Breckenridge’s 19th annual Oktoberfest, September 13 – 15, includes a fun–filled weekend of fall foliage, great parties, Paulaner Bier, genuine German cuisine, collectable steins and special accommodation packages. Don’t miss the largest Oktoberfest in the Rocky Mountains.
This summer, enjoy the Breckenridge Fun Park like never before! Come enjoy a day of family fun in the beautiful Rocky Mountains and see what Breckenridge has to offer in the summertime.
What started out as a gleam in our eye has grown into a staple on the Colorado mountain bike racing calendar. Why the 4th? Because absolutely nothing athletic was happening in our town. Sure Scott Yule, Mike Zobbe, Ellen Hollinshead, Monique Merrill, and a host of other local mountain goat legends were bagging a 14er, skiing 4th of July Bowl on Peak 10, or riding their favorite epic. But nothing organized was happening.