11037491_10200849242590766_3227201130033535770_oAs summer comes to an end and kids go back to school, looking back at the memories you made and the activities you took part in should bring a smile to your face.

For a chance to win 50 Reward Dollars, share your favorite summer memories and pictures from your Breckenridge vacation! Comment below or email your answers to customerservice@breckgv.com!

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  1. Carl and Angie Kinney says:

    Breckenridge has been a huge part of our Summer memories as we celebrate the end of successful school years and anticipate the future ones. It has been a dozen years with Grand Timber Lodge, so we’ve successfully emptied our nest with both kids now entering and close to finishing up College. One way our nest will NEVER be empty, is the week during the Summer we spend at Grand Timber Lodge. Our kids have hiked, biked, horseback rode, swam, hot tubbed, shuffle boarded, giant jenga’d, ate well, played games, watched movies, and participated in fun crafts, bingo and adventures for their entire growing up years at GTL. They don’t plan on NOT being a part of this Summer Vacation anytime soon! We allow them to bring friends each year and have successfully added family friends to the Breckenridge Family Vacation Ownership through the years. It has been a huge part of our Vacation Memories and we are so glad that this one place our kids plan to come back and share, even after they’ve emptied the nest here at home!!

  2. Samantha Tanenholtz says:

    We had a wonderful weekend over Labor Day weekend. While our stay at Grand Lodge was, as usual, wonderful, the highlight of the weekend was hiking The Peaks trail to Frisco on Labor Day!

  3. Kathy Varns says:

    My husband and I invited my two sisters from Minnesota to share our Grand Lodge on Peak 7 experience a week ago (3rd week of September). I have to say, it may have been one of the best weeks of our lives! We enjoyed our Theatre 4 selection and renting movies from the kiosk on premises. We visited the Grotto several times as well as the outdoor hot tubs. The two bedroom residence was perfect for relaxing after a day of shopping, checking out the many sights in town, restaurants, and historical venues. Took a drive up to Boreas Pass one afternoon. Stunning views. The aspen leaves were peaking and lit up the drive and walk up there. Also, drove to Leadville for an awesome train ride. Again the aspen were lighting our way! Took a hike on the trail that starts near the north end of building 2. Very scenic. No shortage of activities to pick from. We even joined the wine glass painting class and have a custom-made souvenir from our stay. We recently purchased property at Grand Colorado on Peak 8. Can’t wait for GC8 to open for more great memories!

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