If you’re making the trip of a lifetime to ski in Breckenridge, we’ve got you covered with fun-filled activities between making turns at the resort.
If you want to take a different approach to riding on snow, try out dog sledding or guided snowmobiling with Good Times Adventures. Since 1986, Good Times has provided safe, fun adventures to those visiting Breckenridge. More information at Good Times Adventures.
Breckenridge’s local distillery has a wide selection of spirits, from spiced whiskey to Colorado chile infused vodka. Take advantage of their free, 30 minute tour during working hours or their private, more in-depth, after-hours tour for $100. Try the Mary-Jane, a locals favorite mixed with mint, basil, apple juice and bourbon whiskey. More information at Breckenridge Distillery.
Stella’s Hungry Horse
A hidden-gem within Breckenridge dining options and a local’s favorite, Stella’s Hungry Horse serves up wild game burgers (beef burgers are also available) and french fries cooked in duck fat. For low key dining visit Stella’s Hungry Horse at 327 N Main Street between 11:00 am and 6:00 pm.
If you like cocktails, wine or hot cocoa to go along with your snacks, then join Gail or Jamie on a “ghostly tale of Breckenridge”. Meet your guide upstairs at The Dredge restaurant and wear comfortable, warm shoes. Get ready to be spooked from Breckenridge’s darker side which all began during the Wild West days. More information at Breck Ghost Tours.
Visit Go Breck for more information on winter activities, lodging and dining options.