Grand Lodge on Peak 7 Activities Calendar

Activities Calendar for the week of March 7-13, 2015. For more information about resort activities or to RSVP please contact the Grand Lodge on Peak 7 Activities Department at ActivitiesGL7@breckgv.com or 970-453-3359.

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Grand Timber Lodge Activities Calendar

Activities Calendar for the week of  March 6, 2015 – March 10, 2015. For more information about resort activities or to RSVP please contact the Grand Timber Lodge Activities Department at ActivitiesGTL@grandtimber.com or 970-547-3610. Activities Book_GTL_March Week 2

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Alpine Adventures Dogsledding

Looking for a hands-on adventure in a majestic winter setting? Let Alpine Adventures take you on a dog sledding excursion that the whole family will enjoy. Plus, you can meet and greet your adorable team of dogs!

Their tagsled tour is a great way for the family to experience the Alaskan lifestyle of a musher! You and your guide will be pulled by 8-12 dogs through the beautiful winter scenery and snow-covered meadows, surrounded by some of the tallest mountains in Colorado. As you get on the trails, the guide will give you the opportunity to drive, ride and control a larger team! With a completely dog powered sled, it is a peaceful, relaxing way to spend an afternoon.

This is a GRAND opportunity to add some excitement to your vacation while making memories that will last a lifetime. Transportation is included with these activities if you book ahead of time. So, bundle up for the ride of your life time!

For more information about this activity or any other please use the inquiry form below!


Two Below Zero Dinner Sleigh Ride

two_below_zero[1]Looking for a perfect way to cap off a day of skiing and boarding? Sign up at the Activities Concierge for a Dinner Sleigh Ride with Two Below Zero and enjoy a mountain experience you’ll never forget!

Climb aboard a handcrafted oak sleigh, designed after styles found in the 1850s, then cozy up and nestle under an antique lap robe. A handsome team of mules will take you down a secluded, picturesque trail where you will find a warm and cozy camp tucked deep in the forest. There you’ll receive the best dinner served this side of the Continental Divide, vegetarian and gluten-free dinner options are available.

Camp life also includes musical entertainment by David Peel, a former member of the original Kinston Trio. Rides depart from the Frisco Nordic Center and transportation can be arranged at an extra cost. The Dinner Sleigh Rides do fill up quickly during the holidays, so reserve your spots early. Two Below Zero also offers an afternoon Hot Cocoa Sleigh Ride – the same spectacular experience without dinner.  Stop by your Activities Concierge for more information and to make a reservation.

Winter Activity Highlight: Snowmobile/Zipline Tour

snow1[1]Feeling adventurous? Try snowmobiling with Colorado’s highest snowmobiling company, with miles of terrain and views of 14,000 foot mountains. The two-hour Prospector Tour is great for families with kids aged four and up.  For those seeking more of a thrill, try the single-rider Performance Tour.

You could also try the five-hour Snowmobile/Zipline tour combination! Two hours of snowmobiling followed by another two hours of ziplining with lunch included! The zipline tour starts 1,000 feet above the base and offers incredible, breath-taking views. On this tour, you will ride six lines, all 400-850 feet in length.

This is a great opportunity to add some excitement to your vacation while still being able to take in all of the beauty of your surroundings. Snowmobiles have heated handles and heaters for your feet but you will still want to dress warmly with snow gear, warm shoes, gloves, neck gaiters/scarves and goggles or sunglasses. Transportation is included. So, bundle up for the ride of your life time! Please contact your Activities Coordinators for discounts and reservations at activities@breckenridgegrandvacations.com


Late Fall Horseback Riding at the Platte Ranch

Platte_FIIn November, the countdown to Breckenridge Ski Resort’s opening day officially begins. Even though it’s the offseason, there is still plenty to do in the mountains.

Late fall is the perfect time for horseback riding with the wranglers at the Platte Ranch Riding Stables! The Platte Ranch is the only open ranch riding in the area that operates year-round; it’s located just 45 minutes south of Breckenridge, right outside the historic town of Fairplay. Spread over vast, open acres, the ranch features varying terrain that winds through pine forests, breathtaking aspen groves and exciting river crossings. Travel over the South Platte River while surrounded by majestic mountain views from the Mosquito Range to Pikes Peak. Best of all, this is not a boring nose-to-tail ride.

You will be on a real working ranch, experiencing some of their everyday activities, such as checking cattle, riding fence and possibly herding cattle to different pastures. The ranch specializes in small groups (maximum of eight riders) and caters to all levels of riding ability. Youngsters aged four to six can even ride double with an adult. Peaceful and private, the Platte Ranch allows riders to explore over 8,000 acres at their own pace and riding ability.

Throughout November, the Platte Ranch will be offering a daily two-hour ride at 11 a.m. 24-hour notice is required for all reservations and all rides are subject to weather conditions. Call or visit the Activities Desk to book your ride!