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2021 Brecktoberfest

🎶 ‘Ein Prosit der Gemütlichkeit’ Danke schön! Breckenridge’s renowned Oktoberfest has taken on a new name (Brecktoberfest) scheduled to return Friday, September 24 – Sunday October 26, 2021. Although things may look a little different this year, this popular event still promises to pack in the fun mimicing a full-blown Munich celebration on the Breckenridge Riverwalk Center lawn with live… Read More

SNOWcial Distance In Breckenridge..

If you’ve found yourself here, chances are you’re wondering what Breckenridge is going to look like this 2020/2021 Winter Season (under current COVID-19 circumstances). You’re probably curious what a ‘socially distanced’ Breckenridge winter getaway might look like or have to offer.   The good news is, inherently, due to its mountain/rural location and plethora of outdoor activities Breckenridge does make… Read More

2020 Snow Sculpture Winners Announced!

In January, 2020 the picturesque town of Breckenridge played host to the world reknowned International Snow Sculpture Championships for it’s 30th consecutive year where 16 teams gathered from around the world to hand-carve 20-ton blocks of snow into enormous, intricate works of art using only hand-tools and their imaginations. And on Saturday, January 25th, the winners were annonced. Taking home… Read More

Spend The Holidays in Breckenridge!

Although the popular saying may be “there’s no place like home for the holidays”, at Ski Country Resorts we like to think that there’s no place like home away for the holidays! Maybe it’s because Breckenridge offers the absolute perfect backdrop to make anyone’s holiday season magical. With blankets of fluffy snow and twinkly lights draped across all of the Victorian era… Read More

2019 Thanksgiving Feast Options in Breckenridge

Looking to ‘gobbble til you wobble’ this Thanksgiving? Well why not!? That’s the beneift to celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday in Breckenridge.. Going back for those seconds (or thirds, or fourths!) can be done so guilt free because all it takes is a couple of after turkey day turns on the slopes to reset everything! (discaimer : we are not cetified dietary nutritionists,… Read More

2019 Mountain Dew Snowdance

Last year the Breckenridge Ski Resort, partnering with Mountain Dew, debuted the Mountain Dew Snow Dance on Peak 8 in Breckenridge. The high energy event brought an exciting early Ski Season experience with hopes and anticipations of summoning the snow! The all day activities included an on-mountain DJ, live music, a friendly yeti, pro skier and snowboarder sightings and a… Read More

Breckenridge 2019 Opening Day

This is it, folks! The countdown is finally winding down and we are less than 24 hours away from Breckenridge’s 2019 Opening Day! And with the octSNOWber we experienced up here in high country (the snowiest October on record), this Opening Day is sure to be one for the books! With over 50″ of accumulated powder from early winter snow storms… Read More

Dining Passports & Fall in Breckenridge

It’s October in Breckenridge and Summer Season is winding down. The leaves are changing, the air is crisp.. And Main Street is navigable! Many may consider this time of year a less desirable time to visit but, at least in our humble opinion here at Ski Country, they would be wrong. Yes, yes. We may be a bit bias and believe… Read More

He’s Back! The Story of Isak Heartstone & How To Visit Him

Some may remember the controversy that arose in Breckenridge late last Fall when it was decided that Isak Heartstone, an imaginative art piece created by Danish artist Thomas Dambo during the 2018 Breckenridge International Festival of Arts, would be disassembled and no longer accessible for tourists to visit.. Well, here in Breckenridge we are overjoyed to announce, he’s back! So, who… Read More

2019 Breckenridge Gold Panning Championships

When most people think of Breckenridge, Colorado they think of a world renowned Ski Resort. What most don’t know is that the town of Breckenridge has been around long before the chairlifts were erected and ski runs carved into the mountainside. In fact, Breckenridge started out as a mining town in the late 1800s and has seen a lot more… Read More