Hiking in Breckenridge: Mount Bierstadt


14,060’ Class 2 Mount Bierstadt is a muddy yet beautiful gem. Unlike most other 14er’s in Colorado, from the trailhead, hikers are able to see their entire route up Mount Bierstadt’s west slopes. Arguably the easiest of Colorado’s 58 14er’s, Mount Bierstadt is one of the highest peaks in the Continue Reading

Save the Date – Summer Breckenridge Beer Festival


It’s brewfest time! The 10th Annual Summer Breckenridge Beer Festival will be in town on Saturday, August 29. Hosted by over fifty five 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

Hiking in Breckenridge: Quandary Peak


On August 10, 2015, almost a month after my Sherman trip, I was finally able to make the journey back to the Mosquito Mountain Range; this time, my destination was the 14, 265’ summit of Quandary Peak. The mountain is considered to be a Class 1 climb with no major Continue Reading

Hiking in Breckenridge: Mount Sherman


Late in the summer of 2013, I made it my quest to follow in my brother’s footsteps and conquer all of Colorado’s famous 58 14ers. On July 14, I made my first official documented trek up the Class 2 slopes of 14,035’ Mount Sherman with my brother and now sister-in-law. Continue Reading

World’s Best Cyclists – Pedaling to Breck!


The USA Pro Cycling Challenge will be in Breckenridge this month! Referred to as “America’s Race,” the seven different stages will take place August 17- August 23. For seven consecutive days, the world’s top athletes will race through the beautiful Colorado Rocky Mountain Range, reaching higher altitudes than they have Continue Reading