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Six Big Lifts Launch in Colorado

With over 100 detachable chairlifts, 22 gondolas and some 150 fixed-grip lifts, the Colorado lift fleet represents a total investment somewhere in the neighborhood of $700 million.  806 more words


Colorado’s renowned and under-the-radar festivals in 2018

DENVER – One of the most exciting times to visit Colorado is when its destinations are bustling with festival excitement. Colorado offers a variety of not-to-miss events throughout the year, some well known, such as the infamous Great American Beer Festival in Denver or Wintersköl in Aspen and some under the radar such as the Vintage Car Race in Snowmass or Wild West Air Fest in Steamboat Springs. 1,701 more words


#PostcardMonday: Breckenridge

In 1986, I went with the youth group from the church I was attending . . . to ski.

In Breckendridge.

I was not a successful skier. 15 more words

Daily Life

Striking It Rich in a Winter Hike

In 1859 fortune seekers flocked to Breckenridge, Colorado.  The Gold Rush was on.  By 1880, the mining boom was in full swing.  Folks dreamed of striking it rich with finds like “Tom’s Baby,” a 13.5-pound gold nugget discovered in 1887.   754 more words

Swept Away With Jennifer Broome

New Year's Eve in Breckenridge, CO

New Year’s Eve was another one of those nights where things were up in the air (literally and figuratively!) for us.  I had called a week ahead to book tickets for the family-friendly NYE party at the Beaver Run Resort. 486 more words


Après at the Canteen

When you’re looking for a great spot for après in Breckenridge, Colorado, head to the canteen, the Canteen Tap House and Tavern that is.  It’s comfort food and local brews served up in one of the oldest buildings on Main Street. 292 more words

Swept Away With Jennifer Broome

Ullr Fest Kicks Off With Wishes For More Snow

By Matt Kroschel

DENVER (CBS4)– Breckenridge is a town where snow means business and a way of life for many.

“Our community gets together because we all have the same passion, we live here for snow,” Breckenridge Public Relations Manager Austyn Dineen said. 159 more words