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Once the ice has melted in the Breckenridge high-country, it’s hard to find a still body of water without witnessing stand up paddle boarding in Breckenridge, also know as SUPing. With rental locations throughout Breckenridge, SUPers flock to areas like Maggie Pond or nearby Lake Dillon to feed their need for floating freely among the mountains.
Adventurous souls can climb a frozen waterfall with a certified guide in a spectacular setting. It’s not for the faint of heart, but no prior experience is required. It’s an exhilarating way to spend the day in Breckenridge!
golfing in colorado mountians at sunset
While our golf season might be short compared to more tropical destinations, we can say that waiting for the snow to melt in order to play one of Steamboat’s picturesque golf courses is well worth the wait. You can get out your golf clubs as early June (sometimes late May) and hit the links well into the leaves changing in the fall. There are three Steamboat Springs Golf courses to choose from. All of them are inspiring for the terrain and views that surround them. Just let us know when you want to play and we can help you book your tee time.
Slide down snow-covered hills on an inner tube. A lift will transport you to the top of the hill and all you have to do is point your tube down the hill. This is a fun activity not far from Breckenridge that is for kids and adults.