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Spring Break Day 3: Breckenridge, Colorado

On our third day into our trip to Colorado last week, we loaded back into the car in Boulder and headed on the two hour ride to Breckenridge. 787 more words

Adventure Travel

Beware the Fitness Comfort Zone

Do you feel like you’re working out ALL THE TIME and not getting anywhere? Are you stuck in a rut and not sure what to change? 518 more words


Breckenridge Recreation Department Staff Corner: Matt Parker

Matt joined the Recreation Department in the fall of 2011 trading the wilds of Jackson, Wyoming for the altitude of Summit County. Matt spent the previous 8 years working for university outdoor programs and wilderness therapy companies, leading international adventure trips, guiding river and rock trips across the US and teaching wilderness medicine courses. 111 more words


the last days

I’m going to keep this short and sweet. I like riding towards the end of the season. I know the snow ain’t so great, but it’s warmer and less crowded. 89 more words


Breckenridge Spring Fever

Is anybody going to Breckenridge this weekend for some free music? I know I am. Breckenridge is hosting its Spring Fever free concert series. On April 18, Yonder Mountain String Band will be taking the stage for some impressive bluegrass jamming, and rock legends led by Jon Popper, Blues Traveler will be taking the stage on April 19th. 9 more words

Blues Traveler

Spring? Not with 15-18" of Fresh light snow this morning. It's a skiers heaven

This week was so nice (of course I no longer ski and enjoy 55 degree days with dry sidewalks). That’s what we had most of the week, but yesterday about noon it started to snow, by dinner time it was a white out, and this morning it was 15-18″ of fresh light powder. 40 more words


Breck snowfall above average 4 months in a row

Fourth-snowiest year on record in Summit County

By Bob Berwyn

FRISCO — Another month of above-normal snowfall has put Breckenridge on track for its fourth-snowiest winter on record, according to National Weather Service observer Rick Bly, who measured 37.4 inches at his backyard gauge. 334 more words