A quaint histroic Victorian village, Breckenridge is located at the southern end of Summit County. As you walk down the streets and visit any of the restaurants or shops you will discover over 250 Victorian buildings in one of Colorado's largest National Historic Districts.
At the Breckenrdige Ski Resort you will find endless miles, covering over 2,043 acres, of trails for skiing and snowboarding. Covering 4 peaks of the Ten Mile Range you will find thrilling peak to peak terrain for all levels of ability.
Breckenridge is known for the Performing Arts Center and the National Reparatory Orchestra. In addition, you will find hours of enjoyment with numerous events throught the year, such as the Breckenridge Film Festival and the International Ice Sculpture competition. Then on to great dining and night life.
But don't forget summer. Hike or bike over 100 miles of paved trails, or strike out on the backcountry trails. Head for the water to kayak or whitewater raft, or enjoy street entertainment, and music under the stars. Try your hand at the Jack Nicklaus designed 27 hole golf course. At 9,324 feet in elevation balls fly further and straighter.