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We are in the midst of a truly spectacular summer! As locals frequently say, you come to Breckenridge for the winter, but you stay for the summers. We have enjoyed the beautiful sunny days, comfortable nights, and bountiful outdoor activities that make this true. Even as schools start to prepare for another year, summer in […]

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It has been an eventful May around Breckenridge! Throughout the entire month, trail reconstruction took place along the Blue River Recpath, heading into Breckenridge from Frisco. As the summer progresses, I’m sure we will see more traffic projects to upgrade our roads as well.

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As the bears awaken from their slumber and the snow begins to melt, it’s safe to say that spring is finally in the air. Although this wasn’t our snowiest season, turns were earned and much fun was had. As we put away the skis and snowboards and spring into May, it’s time to dust off […]

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Greetings from your home in Breckenridge! It has been a busy and exciting ski season, but all good things must come to an end. The past few months have brought us lots of fun days on the mountain, along with a nearly full resort. As March transitions into April it’s easy to put the skis […]

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Buckle up for an exciting conclusion to the 2017/2018 ski season as we embark on a month full of snowfall and events throughout the town! March is traditionally our snowiest month of the year, so there is most certainly going to be some tremendous conditions on the mountain to be enjoyed as well.

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Snow was flying in January, with nearly two feet falling over the Martin Luther King weekend, bringing the season’s total to over 100 inches! The fresh snow allowed Breckenridge to open the terrain on Peak 6 as a holiday treat and smiles were aplenty. With a growing base, things are taking shape for our snowiest months […]