The Town of Breckenridge may be small with 2010 US census showing only 4,540 year-round residents, but there is a lot going on! The Town of Breckenridge is where you can access world-class skiing just steps away, and enjoy any of our 77 bars and restaurants.
Beside the World-Class skiing and riding, Breckenridge has 18 art galleries and museums, the Riverwalk Center for performing arts, 27 holes of public golf, 2 skating rinks, 2 parks, one with a fun family sledding hill, and loads of glorious biking and hiking trails!
Below are some links to find out what is happening around town, as well as how to get around.
Breckenridge is located about 2 hours west from Denver International Airport. If you are traveling in the winter, there are chances for snow storms and closed highways during the trip down I-70. Here are some options for traveling from the airport to your destination.
There are a plethora of shuttle companies out of DIA to choose from. This is one of the easiest, stress-free ways to get here in bad weather. Contact our office if you have any questions or to ensure you won’t need a vehicle once you arrive in town.
We are in a high alpine environment in Breckenridge. There are some properties that may require 4-wheel or all-wheel drive to access. Contact us with any questions regarding your travel arrangements.
CDOT has up to date information regarding travel delays on all of the highways in Colorado. If you are worried about weather delays or road closures, this website will have the most up to date information.
Check-In Information and Directions
Directions to our office, office hours, late check-in instructions and more…
Once you are in Breckenridge, you may want information on the free shuttle system in town and all of Summit County, parking information, maps and weather updates. You can also get some information regarding Town of Breck ordinances which include plastic bag fees and marijuana laws.
The Breckenridge Free Ride is a FREE shuttle that services the town and ski resort year-round. Parking can be very limited in Breckenridge around our incredible shops and restaurants. Save yourself the stress and take the shuttle…you will probably end up a lot closer to where you’re going than if you try to drive.
If you want to travel to any of the other amazing ski areas in Summit County, but don’t want to drive, the Summit Stage is a FREE transportation service that can get you to Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, Frisco, Dillon and the outlet shopping in Silverthorne.
Breckenridge does not have the greatest parking options in the world. Between our wonderful visitors, snow stacking and limited space, there are not a lot of extra spaces out there. Most of our rental units provide only one parking space, that is even if it sleeps 12 people. Call us to find out about your parking situation before you get here. If you do have additional vehicles, here’s how to get a permit to park overnight:
The town provides overflow parking in certain lots. To receive a permit to park in these overflow lots, visit the Breckenridge Police Station at 150 Valley Brook Road for permits to park on Airport Road, or pay directly at the east lot of the ice rink. Permits can be purchased for $5 per day. Parking is either at the Ice Rink on Boreas Pass Rd. or on Airport Road. There are no other public places in Town to park over night. Shuttle service is provided to take you back into town.
That is the only option for public overnight parking. Click here to get more information on overflow parking, daily free and pay lots, and the easiest skier parking options.
Breckenridge Ski Resort opened a whole new peak during the 2013-2014 season. Peak 6 offers 2 new chairlifts, intermediate bowls and some truly awesome hike-to terrain! Locals and tourists can expect more great skiing and riding on Peak 6 during the 2014-2015 season…we’ll see you there!
Why I Love Breckenridge
Breckenridge has started an ad campaign based on real responses from people explaining why they love Breckenridge. See the reasons we are such a popular destination or tell us your own reasons at BreckBecause.com or #breckbecause.