Breckenridge is a Colorado town at the base of the Rocky Mountains’ Tenmile Range. It’s known for its ski resort, year-round alpine activities and Gold Rush history. The Victorian core of this former mining town is preserved as the Breckenridge National Historic District, running primarily along Main Street, with colorfully painted buildings from the 1880s and ’90s housing shops, galleries and restaurants.


With five awe-inspiring peaks towering over an authentic mountain town, Breckenridge is unquestionably a must-visit locale. It is home to the largest historic district in Colorado, the highest lift in North America and miles and miles of endless possibilities (about 4.9 of them to be exact). Main Street is covered with exquisite eateries, spectacular shops and more winter watering holes than even the locals know what to do with. Not to mention, a vibrant nightlife scene keeps the party going well after après ski. Despite being situated among majestic mountains at 9,600 feet, you’ll find an incredibly charming and down to earth culture making Breck the perfect place for a unique and unforgettable getaway.


There’s one thing that stands out about Breckenridge. It’s a town. A real town. With real locals and real characters—from ski bums to history buffs, and from skier moms to tech entrepreneurs. But we all have one thing in common … we love Breck. As the largest historic district in Colorado, Breck’s past is full of stories, legends and characters. What started as a gold-rush base camp in the 1850s is now a bustling town that mixes western hospitality with Victorian architecture. It is now a modern-day hot spot for summer and winter adventures. In the heart of downtown, Breckenridge has created the Arts District, a one-acre campus of studios, galleries, public art, performance spaces and creative businesses all housed in renovated historic structures. Through Breckenridge Creative Arts—also known as Breck Create—you can take painting classes, pottery workshops, see unique performances and participate in cultural events.


Spring Fever will take place throughout Breck as the town and mountain welcome visitors to one of the best times of the year for skiing and riding. Spring in Breck is widely known for having the best snow in Colorado, along with sunny bluebird days, special events, and great deals for guests from around the world. There’s no better way to send off the season than with Breck’s Spring Fever festival. 

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