Vino lovers can blend up their own batch in Breckenridge this winter.
The leaves have begun to change here in Breckenridge – yellows, oranges, and reds all beginning to burn bright in the aspen groves flanking Breckenridge and the Tenmile range. On the morning of September 20th, another color made an early appearance – white!
Snow didn’t only blanket the tops of peaks, but trace amounts made it down to the streets and rooftops of the Victorian houses lining Ridge and High streets.
By the afternoon, most of the snow had melted off except for just the tip of the mountains, but the chill in the air remained. This snow really welcomed in fall in Breckenridge, but also reminded us that winter is quickly approaching.
Enjoy these photos from our 1st glimpse into winter. If this winter preview has got you excited to start planning your trip to Breckenridge, our partner, The Grand Colorado on Peak 8 is offering rooms for winter 21/22 for as low as $79 a night when you book by 11/11!
With its expansive and varied ski terrain, friendly and inviting town and endless variety activities and events, Breckenridge is considered one of the top family-friendly destinations in North America.
Buzz is building for the upcoming ski and snowboard season. Although summers in Breckenridge are truly amazing, Summit County and its four world-class ski areas really come to life in the winter. Here are the top major events to get excited about this season!