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Blue Sky Breckenridge
888-231-6613
Luxury lodging in Breckenridge. Walking distance to the heart of downtown. One to four bedroom condos combine the quiet and comfort of a private residence with the personal service of a fine hotel.

 

 

 

 

 

Tiger RunRV Resort
970.453.9690 - 800.895.9594
Open year round, Tiger Run Resort offers a quiet and peaceful setting for your vacation located 3 miles north of Breckenridge. Full hook up RV sites, chalet rentals, recreation center with pool, hot tubs, game room, tennis courts, fishing, hiking and biking trails.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summit Stage
(970) 668-0999
Connecting Breckenridge with neighboring resorts of Keystone and Copper Mountain as well as the towns of Silverthorne, Frisco and Dillon and runs continually from 6:00 AM to 11:00 PM all year.

BRECKENRIDGE
 
Breckenridge, Colorado
 
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Breckenridge is a quaint mountain town tucked away in the Ten Mile Range. The 150-year-old Victorian town includes one of the state’s largest National Historic Districts with 249 Historic District structures.

Numerous diversions will seduce you including rafting, golfing, hiking, fly-fishing, gold panning, kayaking, museum tours and ice skating to name just a few Bikers can take to the mountains on over 200 miles of off-road paths or take it easy on more than 40 miles of paved bike paths.

The Riverwalk Center conducts musical majesty from June through August as it hosts the Breckenridge Music Festival including performances by the National Repertory Orchestra and the Breckenridge Music Festival Orchestra and Ensembles

Enjoy over 200 shops in the Historic Main Street area or one of about 80 dining options Enjoy the outdoors, music, fine cuisine, history and good times in Breckenridge!

 

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Colorado Adventure Center
800.958.6737
www.Coloradoadventurecenter.com
4 great adventures at 1 great price. Raft, zipline, bike, highropes course. FREE LUNCH with Raft and Zip Packages. Lodging can accommodate all comfort levels, from Luxury Suites to Resort Cabins

 

Mountain Angler (Breckenridge)
311 Main Street - Breck
(970)453-4665
www.mountainangler.com

Outdoor clothing, info, gear, guides, licenses, fly fishing lessons, 1/2 and full day trips, float fishing trips, private ranch fishing

 

 

Performance Tours
Canon City, Buena Vista, Frisco, Idaho Springs
800-328-7238
www.performancetours.com
Rafting in Colorado on a scenic whitewater raft trip is genuine colorado adventure at its best ! Our rafting trips range from family adventure to extreme whitewater excitement trips. The raft trips depart from our offices in Breckenridge, Buena Vista, and the Royal Gorge.

 

Breckenridge Welcome Center 877.864.0868

Riverwalk Performing Arts Center 970.547.3100

Peak 8 Fun Park 970.453.5000

Historic Walking Tours 970-453-9767

Breckenridge Recreation Center 970.453.1734

Summit Huts & Trails 970.453.9860

Art District of Breckenridge 970.547.3116

The Backstage Theatre 970.453.0199

Breckenridge Ice Rinks 970.547.9974

Breckenridge Golf Course 970.453.9104

Two Below Zero, 18454 Highway 9, Frisco, CO 80443
970-453-1520 800-571-6853   www.dinnersleighrides.com
Chuckwagon Dinner & Wild West Show in summer & fall. Dinner sleigh rides with live music show in winter. Home of America's #1 rated sleigh ride.

See a full list of Things to do in Colorado

See the Royal Gorge Colorado Vacation Guide

See the Estes Park Colorado Vacation Guide

See the Fort Collins Colorado Vacation Guide

See the The Guide to Colorado Rafting

See the Colorado Camping Guide

See the Durango Silverton Colorado Train Guide

See the Leadville Colorado Guide

 

2014 EVENT SCHEDULE

On-Going Events

Historic Tour, Wed-Sat through April 20, 11:00am & 1:30pm, Breckenridge Heritage Alliance, Tour Breckenridge's Nationally Recognized Historic District with a local expert. Reservations not required.

Haunted Tour of Breckenridge, Fridays, 7:30pm - 9:00pm, Breckenridge Heritage Alliance, Join us for a late evening stroll through Breckenridge's haunted historic district. Reservations required.

Breckenridge Distillery Tours and Tastings, 11 am to 9pm every day, Award winning Small batch Bourbon, Whiskey, Vodka and more. Tasting Room: 137 S Main St (below Relish); Distillery: 1925 Airport Rd., Breckenridge. www.breckenridgedistillery.com

Saloon Tour, Thursdays, 5:00pm - 6:30pm, Breckenridge Heritage Alliance, Learn about historic Breckenridge saloons and sample spirits from Breckenridge Distillery. Reservations required.

Iowa Hill Hike, Fridays, 10:00am - 12:00pm, Breckenridge Heritage Alliance, Enjoy a hike through the historic Iowa Hill mine site and visit a restored miners' boardinghouse. Weather Dependent. Reservations required.

Ice Castles, Breckenridge Dec. 26 until the ice melts, Monday - Friday: 2pm - 10pm, Saturday - Sunday: noon - 10pm

French Gulch Hike, Sundays at 10am. Hike through Breckenridge's fabled Golden Horseshoe and explore former mine sites. Weather Dependent. Reservations required.

Bombers Race Final, March 1-2, 2014, The ski school Bombers Program will finish off their season with a fun race on Twister single course modified GS format. All parents and family can watch this fun Bombers finale on Peak 8.

Mardi Gras Ball, March 1, 2014, A New Orleans Style Masquerade Ball at 9,600 Feet!

Mardi Gras Parade, Mar. 4, 2014, “N’awlins” comes to Breckenridge with a festive parade and beads on Main Street!

Breck Ascent Series, March 12, 2014

St. Patrick's Big Mountain Comp, March 17, 2014,

Breck Ascent Series, April 9, 2014

Mountain Travel Symposium, April 10-16, 2014, The premier conference in the mountain

Imperial Challenge, April 12, 2014, The 16th Annual Imperial Challenge includes a 6.2 mile mountain bike ride, a 2,500 ft ascent up Peak 8 and then either ski or ride back down to the base.

Closing Day, April 20, 2014,

Easter Egg Hunt, April 20, 2014, One of the largest Easter Egg Hunts anywhere

Kingdom Days, June 14th & 15th, 2014, Breckenridge kicks off summer with free heritage celebration that honors Breck’s mining past with Outhouse Races and more; the National Repertory Orchestra performs an opening night concert; the Breckenridge Fun Park officially opens for summer and the gondola begins full-time summer operations. See the schedule for the full lineup of fun.

20th Annual Oktoberfest, Sept. 12-14, 2014. Oktoberfest is where Munich meets Breckenridge. When Main Street closes and comes to life as a street party with traditional costumes, German food, Oompah and polka music, Bavarian dancers, children’s activities, a keg-tapping ceremony, 5k run and, of course, did we mention Paulaner Bier.

Breckenridge Craft Spirits: 5th Annual Still on the Hill Festival, October 24 - 25, 2014

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