Wine and Jazz Festival Summit County

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Wine and Jazz Festival Summit County’s most popular summer event will return to Keystone, Colorado on July 16 and 17, 2016. This year’s festival will feature over 300 varieties of wine and several national jazz bands playing throughout each day; wine offerings range from red to pink and white to Continue Reading

Brews and Views: Breckenridge Summer Beer Festival

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Breckenridge Beer Festival It’s beerfest time! The 11th Annual Summer Breckenridge Beer Festival will be in town on Saturday, July 9. Hosted by over 50 breweries, this epic summer event will be held from 1 PM – 6 PM MST at the Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center. Although the event celebrates Continue Reading

Top 3 Wildflower Hikes in Breckenridge

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Hikes in Breckenridge From late May through mid-September, Colorado’s high country is ablaze in Mother Nature’s most vibrant wildflowers that are not to be missed. Welcome to Breck, where elevations rise to more to than 14,000 feet at the the summit of Quandary Peak and where snow may still be melting well into June Continue Reading

Breck Summer Fun Park

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Breckenridge Summer Fun Park Breckenridge has a reputation for adrenaline-pumping adventures and epic high-alpine tourism, but the town is so much more than just a winter hub for powder hounds and park rats. Despite some very stubborn snow, Breck will kick-off the summer season on June 10, 2016 with the Continue Reading

Property Highlight: Mountain Thunder Lodge

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Ski Colorado Vacation Rentals is proud to introduce our newest property: Mountain Thunder Lodge   This is a luxurious ski-in/Gondola-out condominium unit located in the heart of Breckenridge at the highly sought-after Mountain Thunder Lodge resort. The elegant complex is tucked away in the quiet pines near Peak 8, offering Continue Reading

Gone Fly Fishing in Breckenridge

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Fly Fishing (n): Playing in very cold puddles to catch rather large fish. After the chairlifts stopped turning at Breckenridge Ski Resort Mother Nature raised her fickle hand and brought days of snow and sun to the town of Breck. Now three days into May, she has blessed us with Continue Reading

Caching in on Breckenridge

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Geocache Breckenridge Geocaching (n): The use of very expensive satellites to find Tupperware in the woods. With spring break long gone and summer on the near horizon, it is time to start planning for your family’s summer vacation. If you are seeking a different type of adventure that your entire Continue Reading

Hippity Hoppity Easter in Breckenridge

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Easter in Breckenridge Snow bunnies make way; the Easter Bunny is coming to town. Easter is right around the corner and it is time to finalize your weekend exodus from the city and experience life at 9,600 feet! Skiing late March may be considered low season, but that is not Continue Reading

Breckenridge Extends 54th Ski Season

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Breckenridge Ski Resort Bust out your sunscreen and swimwear, spring skiing in Breckenridge just reached a new level of epic. Earlier this week, resort officials announced their plans to keep Breckenridge open for a longer duration for the 2015/2016 ski season. The mountain was scheduled to close on April 17th but Continue Reading

A Toast on the Slopes – Breckenridge Beer Festival

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Breckenridge Beer Festival This is a big one, folks! There is no better way to kick-off spring in the High Rockies than by celebrating at 9,600’ with over 40 local, regional, and national breweries. As an extra bonus attendees will also enjoy tasty treats from some of Breck’s most unique Continue Reading