Thanks to an awesome array of off-mountain things to do and experience, a vacation to Breckenridge does not have to revolve around skiing, even though the skiing at Breckenridge Ski Resort is superb. Downtown Breckenridge has been called “the perfect mountain town” for good reason. The town is full of charming shops, art galleries and historic Victorian buildings; there are tons of restaurants, taverns, pubs, nightlife hotspots, and even arcades. Plus, Breckenridge has a packed calendar of events that include concerts, contests, races, competitions, arts and crafts and more.
The Breckenridge Welcome Center, located in Blue River Plaza in the heart of downtown, is a great spot to stop into if you have any questions about what to do or where to go in Breckenridge.
There are tons of options to get outside and enjoy the stunning scenery that surrounds Breckenridge. Cross-country skiing, snowshoe tours, gold mine tours, ice skating, sleigh rides, snowcat tours, winter fly fishing, dog sledding with Siberian huskies, snowmobile tours and guided backcountry hut trips, are just a few examples of the many enjoyable outdoor activities in Breckenridge. Be sure to ask your Ski.com Mountain Vacation Specialist for more information about Breckenridge outdoor activities.