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Chad and Zak both call Breckenridge “Breck” their home. From its legendary skiing to historic Main Street, what unites both locals and visitors in the historic mining town is a shared passion for embracing life’s best moments. Here, all four seasons are packed with the best of the outdoors, the indoors and everything in between. Wintertime in Breckenridge brings plenty of opportunities to connect with your favorite people. Whether it’s sharing a round at après after a day spent skiing powder or walking arm-in-arm in a puffy down jacket along Main St. under a gently cascading snowfall on your way from one local pub to another. After all, there’s plenty of ground, and taps, to cover — because while Breckenridge may be only 7 miles long and 2 miles wide, its home to over 100+ restaurants and bars, where guests are received with open arms, and bar tabs. The Summer? Cool mountain breezes and long, sun-drenched afternoons make it easy to seek out the excitement in every day, whether you start early on the river casting flies at a particularly alluring eddy, splashing through rapids on a Class V run down the Arkansas or you take to the world class mountain bike single track. The mountain biking is some of the best in the country. Breckenridge holds some of the best mountain bike races, including the FireCracker 50 and The Breck Epic. With over 100 trailheads and over 300 miles of single track in Summit County, we promise you won’t get bored! Summit County maintains an extensive paved Recreational Pathway System, commonly known as the Rec-path that can take you into Vail, around Dillon Reservoir into Keystone and back over Swan Mountain into Breck. This is truly Colorado’s playground for kids and adults! Did we say this is our home?

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