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How Water Levels Affect Raft Trips

Now that the winter season is around the corner, and the weather is getting cooler and cooler, and this will result in changing water conditions while out rafting this fall season. In a typical rafting season, the waters begin to unfreeze and flow right around the early May – late April time of year and … Read More >>

Breckenridge Oktoberfest

  If you love beer and genuine German cuisine, then come join Breckenridge for their 22nd Annual Oktoberfest on September 9th-11th! It is the largest Oktoberfest street party in the Rocky Mountains. Main Street will be overflowing with over three-dozen German cuisine and brew vendors, lots of Bavarian lederhosen dancing, schnitzel and sausages! If you love to have a good time, then … Read More >>

Top 5 Burgers in Breckenridge

After spending a day on the water and craving some real tasty burger in Breckenridge! Hit the local spots for some delicious menu options from these several restaurants in Breck. One of my personal favorite burgers in Breckenridge is Empire Burger. There are many of different options to choose from and if you add some … Read More >>

Reasons You Should Never Visit Breckenridge

We’ve all heard terrible things about the town of Breckenridge – the views are lacking, people are mean, and the skiing conditions are awful. Here are 7 reasons you should never visit Breckenridge. 1. There is nothing to do.  While Breckenridge is known for its winter activities, the town is totally boring during the summer. Rafting, zip … Read More >>

Best Brunch Spots in Breckenridge

One thing that is popular in small mountain towns is brunch. With two meals in one, how can you not love it? Luckily, Breckenridge has many spots for all the breakfast, lunch, Bloody Mary and Mimosa lovers in your group. Stop by one of these great spots to fuel yourself up for a day full … Read More >>

Why You Should Take a Guided Wilderness Hike

For those visiting the Rocky Mountains, hiking can be an excellent activity for all ages and abilities.  With trails ranging from experienced/advanced to easy/beginner, it can often be tough to choose a hike suitable for the whole family.  Many visitors also find themselves wanting to know more about the flora and fauna they encounter on … Read More >>

Woodward Camp for the Kids

While visiting Summit County over the summer months one may think that is too hot or all of the snow has disappeared until a cooler season but that is not true. Copper Woodward is a kids summer camp and open park set up that is available almost year round for those eager to stay out … Read More >>

Breckenridge Food & Wine Festival

Some of the best events involve laughter and sunshine! Coming back this year in Breckenridge, Colorado we have an event on Saturday, July 30th. The crisp, cool, and fresh mountain air of this wonderful outdoor environment hosts this fun event every year from 2pm-6pm.   This year nearly 40 wineries, over 130 wines and plenty of food … Read More >>

Mountain Biking in Summit County

If you are seeking for one individual sport that requires endurance, core strength, self-reliance and bike handling skills then mountain biking is for you! Mountain biking is designed to enhance durability and performance in rough terrain and there are numerous places in Summit to test these limits. No matter if you are looking for cross country, trail … Read More >>

Keystone Wine and Jazz Festival

Purchase your tickets now! The Keystone Wine and Jazz Festival is just days away! Bring your family and friends and enjoy two days of live music, great food, beverages and more! Keystone is located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, a short hour and a half drive from Downtown Denver. See the itinerary below … Read More >>