Winter Activities

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Backstage Theater: 121 South Ridge Street: Converted from an old watering hole, the Backstage theatre brings top-notch performances to Breckenridge. The space offers a cocktail reception area in the front of the building and tiered
Capacity: 100

Breckenridge Arts District: is developing into a pedestrian friendly arts campus featuring
several resident artist facilities and indoor and outdoor spaces for workshops and cultural events. The Tin Shop is the first resident artist facility and features visit-ing artists from around the world who have open studio hours and offer special workshops, demonstrations, lectures and more. Ongoing workshops are also of-fered at the newly rehabilitated Fuqua Livery Stable and the historic Robert Whyte House for children, teens and adults in a variety of mediums including drawing, painting, textiles, ceramics and creative writing to name a few. The Quandary Antiques facility has transformed into a ceramics studio.

Breckenridge Recreation Center: The Breckenridge Recreation Center is 69,000 square feet of fitness and fun. For the ambitious athlete in the family, you will find an indoor running track, a free weight room, circuit weights, cardiovascular equipment and two fitness studios. For the person looking to relax after a long day of skiing or biking, you will find a steam room, hot tub, sauna and a lap pool with a hydraulic lift. Yoga, Body Pump, cycling, Pilates, boot camp, strength and stretch and more. Breckenridge’s only two indoor tennis courts, as well as two rock climbing walls and bouldering walls, a racquetball court, indoor and out-door basketball courts, softball fields and a skateboard park.

Breckenridge Distillery Tours and Tastings: Free tastings of handmade, small-batch Colorado spirits a the Tasting Room in the Blue River Plaza (1-8 pm; closed Mondays). Tours and tastings at the Distillery 1925 Airport Rd (11 to 6 pm,
closed Sundays).

Breckenridge Ski Resort: Whatever you seek in skiing and snowboarding can be found. Breckenridge offers huge variety throughout its 2,358 acres of ter-rain. From gently rolling cruisers to steeps and deeps, Breckenridge has some-thing for every age and ability level.

Country Boy Mine: explore the original workings of the mine as you feel, hear and smell what it was like to be a Colorado miner over 100 years ago. You can examine original mining equipment, old photos and fun exhibits to revisit the past. You pan for gold, climb on a steam shovel and experience the thrill of sliding down a 55 foot ore chute.

Dog Sledding: Imagine yourself mushing through a forest of beautiful spruce trees, while being pulled by Siberian Huskies. Dog sledding in Breckenridge is a great way to get out into the backcountry and enjoy the quietness of a win-ter forest. History and Adventure come together to make dog sledding a truly unique family experience.

Fly Fishing: Casting your fly in the afternoon sun, while soaking in the views of the nearby Ten Mile Range, is a great way to spend a lazy day. Choose from a half or full day.

Gondola Ride: Enjoy a scenic journey through the trees and above town to Peak 7 or Peak 8. FREE

Historical Tours and Museum Visits: Take a walk back in time. The Heritage Alliance offers a number of walking and hiking tours of all the historic sites and museums surrounding the area including ghost and saloon tours.

Ice Skating Rink: The Stephen C. West Ice Arena is located at 0189 Boreas Pass Road in Breckenridge. The Ice Arena offers a variety of activities which in-clude daily public skate sessions, drop-in hockey sessions, learn to skate clas-ses and youth and adult hockey leagues.
Nordic Ski and Snowshoe: Breckenridge boasts two quality Nordic Centers. Both centers offer rentals, lessons and waxing services.
-The Gold Run Nordic Center at the Breckenridge Golf Club has more than 20 groomed kilometers of skating and classic trails, plus backcountry touring, snowshoe trails and dog-friendly trails. Horse drawn sleigh rides are also available.
-Breckenridge Nordic Center near Peak 8, 30 kilometers of groomed skating and classic skiing await, including 20 kilometers of snowshoe trails.

Ready Paint Fire: Ready, Paint, Fire is a paint your own ceramics, canvas and mosaic studio. Painting is a great indoor activity that is fun for all ages, no ex-perience necessary!

Sleigh Rides vary from a romantic trip for two or a private family experience to large dinner sleigh rides that include an elegant dining experience coupled with entertainment such as classical music or performances by "historical characters." This is an activity all members of your party can participate in, regardless of age or physical ability.

Shopping: History has made Main Street a colorful place to stroll and the per-fect place to shop! With over 200 stores to choose from, enjoy the quaint store-fronts featuring bookstores, chic boutiques, jewelry, antiques, housewares and home furnishings to art galleries, sporting goods and clothing.

Snowmobiling: The beauty and splendor of the Rocky Mountains is opened up to you as you race through miles of backcountry trails around Breckenridge. For the perfect mix of speed, excitement and scenery try this adventure. Whether you've never ridden before or you're an experienced snowmobiler seeking an adrenaline-inspired experience, from rentals to guided tours there is an option for everyone.

Spa: Enjoy a soothing facial or relaxing massage after a long hard hike at one of our wonderful Spas in town. Please ask about options for in room massages or Events.

Zip lining: Relax in cozy comfort as the powerful cat climbs almost 1,000 verti-cal feet to the first zip line platform. Look for possible wildlife as the snow cat driver points out areas of interest and gives commentary about the history of the area. Our zip line guides are certified on the course and will accompany guests as they fly from area to area on lines from 400 to 850 feet, some with
cables 300 feet off the ground. All five separate zip line sections have distinctly different terrain, and riders will soar side by side over dense pine forests, deep canyons and remote alpine meadows at ‘the top of the world’.

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