5 Reasons You Should Spring Break In Breck
Spring Break is one of the best times to visit Breckenridge. The sun is out, the snow is light and fluffy, and there’s a lot of fun events going on in town. Hit the snowy slopes and get your goggle tan in the same day. Après-ski on a sunny patio and enjoy the countless dining and nightlife options. The mountains are calling!
Here are 5 reasons why you should Spring Break in Breck…
We’re already having an amazing snow season and the conditions are nothing short of epic in the spring. The weather is always changing, but the spring snow tends to have a great rep. With sunny, soft snow days after 12+ inch storms, you’re bound to have great conditions.
Tip: Hit the slopes early! Spring Breakers tend to take their time getting on the slopes. Cough, brunch, cough. Get your lift tickets and rentals ahead of time and head up for first chair to beat the crowds!
Bring on the goggle tan (but wear your sunscreen)! The longer spring days mean more time for activities on and off the slopes!
To comply with regularly evolving state and county public health orders, The Breckenridge Tourism Office, in agreeance with the Breckenridge Event Committee, has postponed all spring events until 2022.
If your Spring Break falls on any of these Breckenridge spring events, you’ve got to check them out…
Mardi Gras – March 5
Grab your beads and join us at the Riverwalk Center for live music and Mardi Gras celebrations.
Frisco BrewSki – March 9
Dress up in your favorite costume for this on-ski beer festival at the Frisco Nordic Center.
Rocky Mountain Country Fest @ Keystone – March 16
Live music and drink specials! Spend your evenings enjoying red dirt country music.
St. Patrick’s Day – March 17
Breckenridge Main Street turns green on St. Patrick’s Day! Partake in the 5k before you grab your green beer!
Get outside on your Breckenridge getaway! There are endless activities to enjoy on and off the slopes. Here are some of my favorites….
There are so many trails to enjoy in the spring! Check out Boreas Pass Road, Sallie Barber Mine and Burro Trail. Snowshoes can be rented at any of the Nordic centers such as Gold Run Nordic Center or The Breckenridge Nordic Center as well as the many ski shops in and around town.
Grab your friends and hit the Frisco Adventure Park for some fun. This multi-lane tubing hill is serviced by an easy to use surface lift so you can zip down the hill all day! Check out more tubing and sledding hills here.
Breckenridge snowmobiling offers one of winter’s most popular activities, just minutes from downtown Breckenridge. With miles of beautiful trails, these excursions take you into the backcountry of Breckenridge in style. With expert guides and top-notch equipment, snowmobile companies ensure a safe, enjoyable and very memorable experience for you and your whole group.
5. Après-Ski Patios
What better way to warm up after a day on the slopes than with a warm hot toddy, an Irish coffee or your favorite local draft beer on a sun-filled patio. Après like a local at these patios with a view…
Sevens: This on-mountain dining experience features bold contemporary cuisine with old-world inspiration. Hit up happy hour right from the slopes, Monday-Friday from 3-5.
Robbie’s Tavern: Sit overlooking the slopes in the sunshine at this simple tavern dishing up American grub & a range craft beer and cocktails.
Tenmile Station: Located at the top of the Quicksilver Chair, Tenmile Station is perfect for those sunny days Colorado is well known for. TenMile’s lively patio features one of the best outdoor grills on the mountain and is the the ideal setting for a true Colorado experience.
For more things to do in Breck, our exclusive dining guide and other local tips, read more from our blog…
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