7 Ways to Have a Unique Breckenridge Halloween

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The snow is resting high on the peaks, leaves have dropped and pumpkins are out, so that must mean one thing…its Halloween time! Everyone’s favorite ghoulish holiday is just around the corner, so it is time to get ghoulish and start making some scary plans! Below you will find 7 ways to have unique Breckenridge Halloween from your friendly mountain shuttle staff!

hallowsdodgeballaDodgeball Tournament

For the sixth year in a row, Breckenridge is hosting its Halloween Dodgeball Tournament. Dress up in costume and show off your dodging, ducking, dipping and diving skills. Teams of six will compete, elimination style, until only one remains as the victor! 

Halloween Skate Party

For all the little (and big) goblins, witches and ghouls creeping their way into town, head over to the Stephen C. West Ice Rink and get down at the spookiest skate party. Prizes will be awarded for the best costume, so dress to impress! 

Breckenridge Ghostly Tales Tour

This tour meets at the historic Dredge restaurant and then takes amateur ghost hunters on a haunted tour to some of the ghostliest places in town.

Trick or Trails

An event for everyone, this series offers a 10K and 5K race for the adults and even a special children’s 1K Halloween costume race! 

Haunted Halloween at the BrownTheBrown

The Brown Hotel is well known for its ghost encounters and stories. On Halloween, participants will be treated to the 2nd annual Haunted Halloween at the Brown. Complete with costumed characters from the 1880’s and on site paranormal investigators, this tour is sure to fright!

Family Gym Time

Each Friday, the Breckenridge Recreation Center hosts this time for parents and children to get together, socialize and play. This Halloween, dress the family up in a cool costume for playtime and then head out to trick or treat!

Keystone’s Opening Day

It just so happens that Keystone Resort’s opening day happens to land on this scared holiday. There will be a DJ, giveaways, candy and even a “haunted ski trail!” Dress up in costume, grab your gear, tell your friends and hit the slopes while making some of the first turns of the season.