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 […]
Watching the cascading water glisten over rocks while you sit back, relax and enjoy the view… what could be better? We’ve compiled the BEST waterfall hikes in Summit County, just for you. Grab your hiking buddy and go on a picturesque adventure this summer!
Looking for a thrilling, challenging, and exhilarating family activity? Make your way over to one of Breckenridge’s escape rooms for a heart-pounding race against the clock. Teamwork, problem-solving, and quick thinking will be the only tools you have to solve the mystery before time runs out. Your group, composed of friends, family, colleagues or strangers, […]
This summer a few members of our Breckenridge Grand Vacations Marketing team spent an adventure-filled day in the Rockies with Nova Guides. From the adrenaline-inducing ATV rides, the excitement of catching a fish, to the laid-back Jeep tour with a beer in hand, we had an absolute blast at Camp Hale! The superior customer service […]
Right at the base of Peak 9, the Burro Trail is a scenic out and back. Make it as long as you want, the full trail ends at Spruce Creek trail. Best traveled Mid-June to early October. Takes approximately 45 minutes to one hour one way, give yourself two hours for the round trip.
Interested in learning more about the history of Breckenridge? Now is the perfect time to take a guided tour through the nationally recognized historic district with a local expert! Learn about the hardy souls that lived in Breckenridge in the 1800s, see some of the earliest homes in town and hear stories about gold seekers from more than 100 years ago.
Join the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance on a fun “Behind Swinging Doors” saloon tour, which highlights the eighteen saloons that were built in 1880 and allows you to visit several of the establishments that have survived since the early days. If you are looking for a more active hike, try the Iowa Hill Gold Miner’s Hike. You can see authentic mining artifacts and informative signs that tell the story of how gold was extracted from the surrounding hills. Experience life as a miner in Breckenridge’s early days when you visit the restored miners’ boarding house from 1868. The boarding house also offers several other tours, including the Historic Walking Tour, the Tombstone Tales at Twilight Cemetery Tour and many more.
Looking for a scare? Don’t miss the Ghostly Tales Tour, the Voices from the Grave Tour or the Strange but True Tour with Gail and Jamie of Breckenridge Tours. These ladies will tell you the darker side of Breckenridge’s wild west past through chilling tales of the ghosts that remain. On the Ghostly Tales Tour, you can have the opportunity to try your hand with their ghost-hunting equipment to find some orbs in historic sites, such as the Historic Brown Hotel or the Dredge Boat Restaurant. The Strange but True Tour offers insight into disappearances, suspected kidnappings and other strange events that occurred in Breckenridge from 1961 to the present day.
Finally, go back in time with a walking tour of the original cemetery of Breckenridge on the Voices from the Grave Tour. Here you can learn about the locals buried there and hear their colorful stories from the past while visiting their homes on the way. Talk to your Activities coordinator to set up one of these exciting historical tours today!