The mountains are a perfect place for family vacations. With an abundance of activities for all ages, there is never a lack of options. The difficulty comes when planning for the extra little ones. Is it worth paying for a full-day activity and only have time for a few hours? Will they even be able […]

Isak Heartstone, a 15-foot wooden troll, is located on Trollstigen Trail in Breckenridge! Isak was originally built as part of the Breckenridge International Festival of Arts by the Danish artist Thomas Dambo. Thomas is known for bringing awareness to recycling and upcycling by building great things out of trash, worldwide.

Breckenridge wildflowers are in bloom from late April through early October and this is arguably the most beautiful time of the year! The mountains of Breckenridge will be exploding with color. There are many local wildflowers; below are a few and where they are most commonly seen. We have also put together a couple of […]

Winter hiking is most likely not the first thing that comes to mind when you think Breck. You are probably thinking, “I am here to ski!” Well for those looking for something to do off the mountain, here is your guide to a couple hiking trails that are accessible in the winter months.

Located in Frisco, this hike offers easy access to an adorable beaver pond nestled between pine trees. We recommend parking in the free parking area by 2nd Ave and S. Cabin Green. It is a short walk down a paved bike path to the Rainbow Lake Trailhead. The trail only has 150 feet of elevation […]

From the trailhead, you are going to hike east a short way up French Gulch. Sallie Barber Road begins at a gate on the right side of the road. The trail descends briefly over French Creek before beginning a gradual climb. You are going to pass Turk’s Trail and Weber Gulch on your way up […]