Breckenridge is an authentic Colorado mountain town rich in history with a modern laid-back vibe. It’s a world class ski resort that stretches along the Ten Mile Divide. The town is known for its incredible snowboarding terrain, alpine and nordic skiing, miles of backcountry trails, vibrant festivities, events and commemorations, golf, hundreds of restaurants, galleries, cafes, shopping and nightlife.
Breckenridge Resort Chamber – www.gobreck.com
Breckenridge Ski Resort – www.breckenridge.com
Town of Breckenridge – www.townofbreckenridge.com
Transportation – www.mountainshuttle.com
BRECKENRIDGE SKI RESORT LAUNCHES THE BRECK BLOG – TAKE A LAP THROUGH FREEWAY TERRAIN PARK
Morgan Bast Breckenridge Resort’s Online Manager just informed me that Breckenridge has a great new Blog page – The Breck Blog: http://blog.breckenridge.com/ Some really great content is being loaded. Personal stories, photo galleries, and videos about the entire Breckenridge experience are being told through different perspectives.
Here is a recent post:
TAKE A LAP THROUGH FREEWAY TERRAIN PARK
Freeway Terrain Park at Breckenridge is home to some of the best park and pipe athletes in the world. Bobby Brown, Arielle Gold, James Woodsy, Keri Herman, and more incredible Breck Pro Team riders practice for comps and films in Freeway simply because it’s one of the biggest and best in the nation. Every December …click here to read more and check out their video!
~MTN Town Magazine
Breckenridge Craft Spirits Festival Celebrates Booming Artisan Spirits Industry – Still on the Hill
Craft distillers will gather in Breckenridge, for the third annual Breckenridge Craft Spirits Festival. The weekend features the Still on the Hill grand tasting, restaurant specials, a downtown pub crawl, historic saloon tours and hangover brunches.
Produced by the Breckenridge Restaurant Association (BRA), the Breckenridge Craft Spirits Festival was born of Colorado’s – and the nation’s – rapidly-growing TO READ MORE CLICK HERE
Reserve your stein, pack along some woolens and get ready to dance! Breckenridge’s 17th annual Oktoberfest is set for September 16-18, 2011. The icing on the top of the event filled Breckenridge summer cake, Oktoberfest is a crown jewel in the Breckenridge crown as well as the largest Oktoberfest in the Rocky Mountains. To Read More Click Here
Summit County sure knows how to throw a party and make everyone feel welcome. Beautiful views greeted the USA Pro Cycling Challenge riders as well as groups of extraordinarily happy and excited people. From the banks of Heeney and Green Mountain Reservoir to the Streets of Silverthorne and Dillon over Swan Mountain Pass and into Breckenridge.
A Rave was in the making up on Swan Mountain Road and if you weren’t there then you should check out this spectacular video!
Breckenridge was hopping and packed with spectators. Citizens races started the morning off on Breckenridge Main Street, followed by a townie cruise along the finishing stretch prior to the racers arrival. People were perched and positioned high and low.
Folks were keeping an eye on the race throughout town!
The party kept going at the Riverwalk Center in Breckenridge where Big Head Todd and the Monsters played a free concert for all of Breckenridge. Rain deterred no one!
Thank you USA Pro Cycling Challenge Town of Breckenridge Breckenridge Resort Chamber and all of the town committees & volunteers throughout our Colorado mountain towns. You all made this an event to remember and get excited for year after year.
~MTN Town Magazine
Video Courtesy of ajdemo76
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