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Best Sushi Stops in Breckenridge, Colorado

Craving a good evening out for dinner?  If you’re a fan of sushi you should definitely add these Breckenridge, Colorado spots to your list for next night on the town. Mountain Flying Fish Sushi Bar and Asian Kitchen   This classy little spot is on the south end of Main Street and is hands down one of the locals top picks.  Mountain Fly Fishing does … Read More >>

5 Beautiful Waterfall Hikes in Colorado

Spring is just around the corner here in the Rocky Mountains, and all that snow melt means rushing water falls.  It’s time to start planning for adventure once you finally pack up the ski gear in two months.  There are some amazing views out here, and not just from the top of the slopes.  Here are five beautiful waterfall hikes in Colorado. 1. … Read More >>

Animal Shelters in Colorado’s High Country

If there is anything mountain town dwellers love more than the lifestyle and scenery here is their pets.  Dogs are the perfect companion for all Colorado adventures, and cats are a furry friend to come home to after a long day of work.  Looking for a new sidekick?  Check out these awesome animal shelters in … Read More >>

Whitewater Rafting Myths… Busted!

What are the common misconceptions about whitewater rafting?  Some may veer away from the idea of a rafting trip due to hearing bad experiences that trickle down the grapevine before it reaches you.  We’re hear to bust all those myths and get you some truth on this popular Colorado adventure. Myth #1 There will be … Read More >>

Best Places in Summit County for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day in the high country is beautiful, with the snow cover peaks and the scarlet alpenglow as the sun sinks behind the mountains setting the mood for a delightful February evening!  If you’re spending your Valentine’s Day in Summit County, Colorado, check out these places to go with exquisite food and fun atmospheres. Moonlight … Read More >>

Best Snowy Colorado Hikes

It’s the middle of winter and though snow isn’t entirely covering the hiking trails along the Continental Divide, soon enough we won’t be able to trek around up here without powder up to our knees.  Head east toward the foothills to hike these trails that stay generally clear year round. Alderfer and Three Sisters Park … Read More >>

First Colorado Whitewater Runs of the Year

By the end of April most people are ready to take a break from the snow and start their summer activities, many of which use the rivers of Colorado.  Kayaking, canoeing, and whitewater rafting are some of the most popular activities during the summer, and we’ve got a list of the first rivers you can … Read More >>

Breckenridge Ski Resort Update

Looks like Santa has been good to the mountain this Christmas and brought a ton of snow to Summit County, Colorado!  Over the holiday weekend, mother nature dumped feet of fresh powder onto Breckenridge. Breckenridge Ski Resort Trail Map New Snow: 30″ (in the last 7 days) Base: 39″ Lifts Open: 16/34 Trails Open: 70/187 Here’s a run down of some of the … Read More >>

Dillon, Colorado Ice Castles

Looking for something spectacular to observe during your winter break?  Obviously, Summit County, Colorado is home to some of the best and most popular ski resorts in the country, but there’s plenty for you and your family to do while visiting these next coming weeks! Word on the street is the infamous ice castle is … Read More >>

Rafting Getaways During Colorado’s Winter

You figure that once the summer ends, why does your whitewater rafting adventure have to end with it?  Based out of Breckenridge, winter can be a tough time for those who aren’t a fan of cold, snowy conditions.  Check out these rivers that are popular to run around the world, and maybe plan a getaway … Read More >>