Whether you’re looking for a cozy hotel room, a spacious condo, a backwoods retreat, or a location close to downtown, there’s a wide range of lodging options available in Breckenridge, perfect for accommodating all budgets and schedules! Amenities can include ski-in, ski out during the winter months, outdoor and indoor hot tubs, spas, private movie theaters and bowling alleys, and of course plenty of stunning views! Most of the major hotels are close to the mountain or easy walking distance to Main Street, and many are both at once. For those seeking a bit more solitude, rental homes can be found further outside of town with access to hiking trails, bike paths, and more.
Breckenridge Vacation Homes offers premier vacation homes and condos for rent.
These condos feature a wide variety of rentals from luxury ski in ski out properties to massive 5 bedroom chalets.
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Big Horn Rentals offers several different lodging options in Summit County.
Whether it’s a studio or a luxury house, Big Horn Rentals is able to meet your Summit County lodging needs.
800-826-7706 | VISIT SITE
SkyRun Vacation Rentals offers a variety of resort vacation lodging in and around Breckenridge.
They have been renting condos and homes in Colorado since 2002.
970-300-1815 | VISIT SITE
Jane’s Lodges offers luxury vacation rentals in and around Breckenridge Resort.
They specialize in vacation home rentals consisting of large, secluded classic mountain lodges.
970-453-5983 | VISIT SITE
Valdoro Mountain Lodge is a full-service condominium style resort area located adjacent to the Peak 9 ski base area in the heart of Breckenridge.
Valdoro offers award-winning service and can suit any of your luxury vacation needs.
877-885-4088 | VISIT SITE
Ski Village Resorts if locally owned and operated, offering several different options in lodging. They have rentals ranging from studio condominiums to luxury five bedroom townhomes, with convenient locations throughout Breckenridge.
1-888-972-8200 or 970-453-8200 | VISIT SITE
The Corral offers convenient walking access to the Quciksilver lift on Peak 9.
With elevator access to every floor along with a private garage The Corral Is able to cater to your vacation relaxation needs.
970-547-1400 | VISIT SITE
Colorado Rocky Mountain Resorts offer a wide variety of vacation rental options from ski condos to townhomes as well as private homes for rent. They have options available in all corners of Summit County, including Breckenridge, Keystone, and Copper Mountain.
800-635-3434 | VISIT SITE
Wind Woods Lodging has a wide variety of properties available for rent in and around Breckenridge and a knowledgeable reservations staff to help you plan your vacation.
800-403-6744 | VISIT SITE
SellMyTimeshareNow.com provides an array of affordable Breckenridge timeshares for rent by owner. 1-4 bedroom suites and chalets can be found in inventory and are located within popular ski resorts like Grand Lodge on Peak 7.
Enjoy tons of luxurious amenities like kitchens, private balconies, and living rooms; all for great low weekly rates.
877-815-4227 | VISIT SITE
Breckenridge is a great place to visit for beautiful summer hikes or even fun snow-shoe hikes in the winter. Whether you are looking for an easy, medium and challenging hike, there are plenty of options in Breckenridge, Colorado.
4.8 miles/ vertical 780 ft.
This hike actually follows three trails: Carter Park, Moonstone, and Barney Ford. The majority of the hike is on the Barney Ford Trail, which was built along old mining trails and ditches past mine ruins and plenty of glory holes. Except for the first grunt uphill on the Carter Park Trail, the hike through coniferous forest is fairly gentle and gorgeous. Enjoy the crisp mountain air as you hike through the abandoned mines.
2.2 miles/ minimal
This easy hike along the edges of Cucumber Gulch provides not only great views of the Tenmile Range, but also glimpses of a fen wetland that is considered prime habitat for the endangered boreal toad. Hike in the early morning or evening when the wild inhabitants come out. Moose, bears, beavers, foxes, coyotes, ospreys, bald eagles, and various duck species might be seen, so be careful. The Town of Breckenridge has designated Cucumber Gulch a wildlife preserve because of its sensitive natural resources. Trails do not enter the fragile gulch, but travel its edges and please do not enter the gulch as to protect these endangered species. To experience Cucumber Gulch, hike first to the overlook near Shock Hill, which provides a great view of the entire gulch and its various ponds nestled in the forest.
3 miles/ vertical 700 ft.
This is the perfect hike for those who want the exhilaration of hiking above tree line without the lung popping elevation gains often required to get there. You begin your hike at the sign board in the parking lot. A couple four wheel drive roads lead from the sign or directly above (north) it. The hike gives you awesome views of Mt. Lincoln and other perks to being above the tree line. Cairns and a faint path mark the way until you begin your descent to complete the loop. This is an arduous hike, so be prepared and bring some buddies to make it a perfect hiking day.
4 miles/ vertical 690 ft.
Follow the Spruce Creek trail through a lush evergreen forest for about 1.8 miles to the intersection with Wheeler Trail. This junction is a good place to admire the views on your right as you continue on for about .3 mile to where the Spruce Creek Trail emerges from the forest and crosses the 4WD Spruce Creek Rd. This is a great early season hike or a spectacular winter snow shoe adventure. If you hike in the winter, snow may obscure the roadway so stay left at the first junction that appears shortly after you started down. This is also a popular area for cross country skiers. Spruce Creek Loop is a beginner hike, but a bit long so take plenty of water and enjoy this awesome area!
1.2 miles/ vertical 310 ft.
The Iowa Hill Hydraulic Placer Mine is explored along this historic interpretive trail. The hikes takes you back 145 years in history to the days when miners panned for gold then developed techniques using water cannons, called hydraulic giants, to wash the sides of gulches into sluice boxes to capture gold particles. Mining History News rates this trail as “one of the best hydraulic mining exhibits in the world.” A restored two-story log Miners ’Boarding House on the trail can be toured by appointment. This is a gorgeous and interesting area and is great for the whole family.
7 miles/ vertical 1700 ft.
If there’s one intermediate family hike that encapsulates everything wonderful about Summit County, it is the Mohawk Lake trail. From sweeping vistas, historic ruins and ore cars to waterfalls and close-up views of massive, rugged peaks, the Mohawk Trail is a great, 7mile trail that should not be missed. Kids will enjoy exploring a private cabin located near the settlement ruins that is available for use as a storm shelter. From Mayflower Lake it is a steady climb of about one mile to the old mill, the falls, and the lower Mohawk Lake. The trail will eventually climb upward to Mohawk Lake.
8 miles/ vertical 1500 ft.
Crystal Lake Trail is a long arduous climb, but well worth it. Here, you encounter close up views of 13,852′ Mt. Crystal and interesting mining ruins. A short scramble from the lower (eastern) end of Upper Crystal will reward you with spectacular views of Lower Crystal & Goose. There are a lot of switchbacks and uphill so be prepared for a taxing climb.
With over 100 restaurants in Breckenridge, there is no shortage of options. From burgers to fine dining, we will help you narrow down those choices.
For the best burger in town and oddly enough the best margarita you can get in the mountains, Empire Burger is the place to go. Even if you don't like burgers, Empire has a huge menu and you can't go wrong with a single choice.
(970) 453-2329 | VISIT SITE
Great tacos and the best part is you get to decide exactly what goes in them and what goes on top. Don't forget to get at least one as a double decker (soft and hard shell together)!
Strolling down Main Street in Breckenridge is like traveling back in time. This Victorian style main street is filled with lively and original stores to shop your holiday away. There are more than 200 stores in Breckenridge to find anything you could possibly want, from intimate bookstores, specialty cookware, boutiques, art galleries to sporting goods and clothing. Enjoy all of the options the town of Breckenridge has to offer.
Art on a Whim’s collection appeals to both the serious and humorous minded art collector. Thanks to a focus on keeping it local the gallery represents a selection of Colorado’s finest artists. From fun dog sculptures to representational and abstract works in a variety of unique mediums, every gallery visitor is sure to find something they love.
Full service ski and mountain lifestyle shop; broad selection of apparel, ski hardgoods (skis, boots, bindings), demo skis, and accessories. You can also find summer and winter rental equipment. Breckenridge Ski and Sport has the newest fleet and offer free transportation to and from your adventure.
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Welcome to The Shirt Off My Back. We have incredible Colorado, Breckenridge, and Keystone silk-screened and embroidered t-shirts, sweatshirts, garments and goods, plus a huge selection of polar fleece jackets, pullovers, vests and Woolrich shirts.