2020 | What to Expect This Fall in Breckenridge
We love autumn in Breckenridge for the golden tunnels of aspen trees, mild-temps and numerous activities. Although the beautiful views are still surrounding and Main Street is still bustling, this year is a little different than it has been in the past.
WHAT TO KNOW WHEN YOU VISIT BRECKENRIDGE THIS FALL
As things constantly change, get the latest info from our public health orders prior to your trip.
YOU’RE REQUIRED TO WEAR A MASK
The State of Colorado, Summit County Public Health & the Town of Breckenridge requires face coverings in public places. Local business have the right to refuse service to anyone not wearing a mask or facial covering.
RESTAURANTS ARE CURRENTLY OPERATING AT REDUCED CAPACITY
Table to table distancing is required at all of our Breckenridge restaurants. Try to make your reservation ahead of time if you can, as dining can get busy during peak dinner hours. Don’t forget your mask! Our restaurants require guests to wear masks when you enter the restaurant, when the servers come to the table and anytime you get up from the table.
SOME FALL EVENTS HAVE CHANGED
Breckenridge Hogfest: Bacon & Bourbon – cancelled
Breckenridge Oktoberfest – postponed to 2021
Breckenridge Wine Classic – cancelled
Strings, Ciders & Sours – cancelled
THE FALL COLORS ARE BREATHTAKING
Visit us in September to see the changing leaves in the mountains. Fall in Breckenridge means tunnels of golden aspens and breathtaking alpenglow across the mountain tops.
THE MILD-TEMPS ARE PERFECT FOR OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
We love the fall months in Breckenridge for the cooler, yet sun-kissed evenings and mild temperatures perfect for outdoor activities. Hike some of our favorite trails, mountain or road bike, kayak on Lake Dillon, learn how to fly fish, explore the mountains horseback and more! The activities are endless.
LODGING SAFETY GUIDELINES HAVE BEEN ENHANCED
Most of our properties offer no-contact check-ins, where guests receive all of their rental information as well as access to the property prior to arrival. If guests do come into our office, we’ll be wearing masks and keeping 6 feet of distance for your safety.
At VisitBreck, we follow all best practices when it comes to cleaning, disinfecting and sanitizing our properties in this post-pandemic world. Click here to read some of the procedures we are following.
Common areas in rental complexes such as hot tubs, pools and saunas may be closed to promote social distancing. If you have more questions, check out our FAQs page. As always, feel free to reach out to our team with further questions about your stay.
For the month of October, we’re planting one tree for every night booked on our website
With your help, we can help the National Forest Foundation close in on their goal of planting 50 million trees across our National Forests, restoring natural wildlife habitats and the environment that provides so much to us.
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