With snowcapped mountaintops twinkling below the heavens and the Blue River flowing at its feet, Breckenridge, Colorado is an alfresco playground sitting in the heart of the Rockies.   This destination is filled with old mountain beauty as North America’s highest chairlift transports the most daring skiers and trekkers on the jagged cliffs of the Tenmile Range.  Breckenridge is exciting bringing travelers and locals together with its charismatic attitude and love for nature.  It can be a winter wonderland or summer’s dream, uplifting every spirit through the seasons with its endless adventures of kayaking, fishing, zip lining blended with history.  Breckenridge blazes its own trail as one of Colorado’s cherished surprises; it is a great place to make new friends, build memories, and hike along its 2,358 acres of monolithic peaks beneath the clear sky.

Around 1859 a group of settlers migrated to the mountain town of Breckenridge in search for gold.  Although many were without luck, they were spellbound by the city’s natural beauty and chose to make good use of its resources, driving it into the forefront as one of Colorado’s most dynamic possessions.  With such a long history sparked by the city’s profound historians, leaves plenty of room for visitors to retrace the footsteps of Breckenridge’s past.  From galleries and museums to the colorful Art District, the culture of the city is an affair that should not be missed.  “Kingdom Days” is a celebration of its heritage, while the Breckenridge Welcome Center is a journey into its early civilizations, which is brightly decorated with insightful exhibitions.  In the midst of Breckenridge’s impeccable surroundings is an array of preserved treasures waiting to be discovered.

The nightlife of Breckenridge means dining on imaginative cuisine and rubbing elbows with locals.  Its streets are sprinkled with diverse restaurants overflowing with the rich aromas of America’s best eats as well as authentic multicultural dishes.  Dance the night away with your preferred beverage in hand as Breckenridge’s facade ricochet the melodious hits of jazz, reggae, and other popular music genres.

 With hundreds of inches of snowfall a year,   Breckenridge is characterized by a subarctic continental climate.  During the winter the temperature averages from a high of 30°F to a low of 15°F.  In the summer the weather fluctuates between a high of 70°F and a low of 45°F.  Breckenridge’s ski season (November to April) experiences daily highs in the upper-20s and lows slightly above 10°F.

Denver International Airport (DEN), Colorado Springs Airport (COS) and Eagle County Regional Airport (EGE) are the major gateways into the Breckenridge for international and domestic flyers.  Free Ride buses connect passengers to many attractions within the town.  From 6:00 AM to 11:00 PM the Summit Stage services transportation to neighboring towns in addition to different resorts.  Breckenridge’s small landscape and picturesque surroundings are perfect for exploring on foot.