We’ve put together a bucket list of our favorite things you must do in Breckenridge!
There are so many things to do, local events to check out and exclusive Breckenridge experiences.
Check these Breckenridge activities off your list…
Winter & Spring
Hit the slopes
No matter what level skier or snowboarder you are, hop on a chairlift, enjoy the views and cruise the slopes of our world-class Breckenridge Ski Resort. Whether you take one run or twenty, treat yourself to some après-ski afterwards at one of our favorite spots.
Snowshoe with a view
Grab some snowshoes and explore one of our favorite snowshoe trails in Breckenridge. These trails are great for all levels and offer some of the best views in Breck! Enjoy some sunshine and soft snow during the day or catch a stellar sunset in the evening.
Cross-country ski in the sunshine
Cross-country skiing in Breckenridge is an amazing addition to any winter vacation! The trail system offers countless miles of groomed terrain, suitable for all levels. Breckenridge offers two Nordic centers: The Gold Run Nordic Center at the Breckenridge Golf Club has more than 12 groomed miles of skating and classic trails, as well as backcountry touring and snowshoe trails. Horse-drawn sleigh rides are also available. The Breckenridge Nordic Center near Peak 8 boasts over 18 miles of groomed skating and classic skiing as well as more than 12 miles of snowshoe trails.
Dog sled through the trees
Dog sledding in Breckenridge provides an unforgettable backcountry adventure. Travel over smooth trails through the trees taking in panoramic views with some new furry friends! This is a Breckenridge family favorite! Remember to book in advance so you don’t miss out.
Fuel your adrenaline with a snowmobile ride
Breckenridge snowmobile excursions will take you into Breck’s backcountry for an unforgettable experience, incredible scenery and fun. Perfect for individuals, families or groups of any size, don’t miss out and be sure to book in advance!
Zoom down the mountain in a snow tube
If you’re looking for an afternoon off the slopes, tubing and sledding in Breckenridge is a great way to enjoy the Colorado outdoors. Several places in Summit County have taken snow tubing to the next level like the Frisco Adventure Park, Keystone Ski Resort, or Copper Mountain. Carter Park, Breck’s sledding hill, is located at the south end of High Street adjacent to the Breckenridge Elementary School. The best part? It’s free! Just bring your own sled and some hot cocoa!
Summer & Fall
Experience adventure at Epic Discovery
Take the BreckConnect Gondola up to the base of Peak 8 for family fun and adventure at Breckenridge Epic Discovery! Ride through the trees on the Gold Runner Coaster and Alpine Slides. Then, take the Colorado Superchair up to Alpine Camp for beautiful hiking trails, the Alpineer Challenge Course, the Expedition Zipline Tour and more! Opens mid-June.
View the rockies from a hot air balloon
Make your vacation one to remember by soaring above the Colorado mountains in a hot air balloon. This is a must-do for couples, families or friend groups!
Bike to Frisco
The Breckenridge to Frisco Bike Path is a great way to spend your summer day with family or friends. The path is paved the entire way so it’s suitable for any age or ability. Stay on the path if you are enjoying the views or take a ride on some single-track detours.
Spend a day on the lake
The Frisco Bay Marina on Lake Dillon offers boat rentals, scenic boat tours; stand up paddle boards and kayaks. After a day on the water, relax with cold drinks and tasty snacks at the Island Bar and Grill at the Frisco Bay Marina. Check their events schedule as they often offer live music and additional family friendly events and entertainment.
Hike through the wild flowers
The 2.8 mile-long Sallie Barber Mine Trail features beautiful wildflowers, scenery and is great for beginners! With equipment remnants and interpretive signs, hikers can learn about Breck’s mining history. It’s quick and rewarding for adventurers of any age!
Catch the sunset over Breckenridge Ski Resort
Head up Boreas Pass and watch the sunset from a pull-off viewing point or drive further to Bakers Tank trailhead and walk the off-road for the best views of the Ten Mile Range. Bring a blanket and your loved ones, this spot will not disappoint! Other great sunset spots are Sapphire Point, Hoosier Pass or Loveland Pass.
What else do you want to check off your list this year? Make sure to share your experiences by tagging @VisitBreck and #visitbreck in your Instagram and Facebook posts!
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