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Breckenridge is home to some of the best fly fishing waters in the state of Colorado. Grab a guide and experience Breckenridge fly fishing at its finest.
The Town of Breckenridge is honored to be designated a Gold level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists.
Breckenridge is surrounded in almost every direction by National Forest and Wilderness Areas with many trailheads as well as Quandry Peak close to town. Whether you are looking for a couple hours' hike, or a multi-day backpacking trip, Breck is fortified with trails to suit every desire.
Some may argue that Colorado was meant to be experienced on horseback. While hiking and biking might have you staring down at the ground more often than not, horseback riding enables you to sit back in your saddle and fully enjoy the scenery from up above the trail! Breckenridge stables have rides to suit every schedule from 1 hour to all day. Saddle up, and enjoy a mountain ride!
When you have winters as robust as we do, rafting is an exciting way to experience Breckenridge and the surrounding area with trips down neighboring rivers with Class IV+ white water. Rafting in our area is for all interests and abilities. Rafting adventures range from mild to wild led by guides who are state, CPR and First Aid certified. Trips are planned with safety, scenery and surge in mind, making rafting one of Colorado’s most popular summer activities.
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 Breck's picturesque golf courses is well worth the wait.
Pickleball is exploding in popularity in Colorado and across the country. Enjoy tennis and pickleball year-round in Breckenridge with indoor and outdoor options. Pack your raquet or paddle along with your summer gear and head over to one of several facilities to get your game on!
Did you know that Breckenridge was a bustling town before it was a ski resort? So how did Breckenridge come to be in the first place? Gold mining! There’s no better place to begin your understanding of the early days of Breckenridge than with a mine, ghost or historic tour. Gold fever drove men and their families to travel thousands of miles through the wilderness in hopes of hitting the motherlode in the Blue River Diggings.

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