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07/20/2018
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Group Vacations In Breckenridge

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07/20/2018
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Looking To Do Something Other Than Ski?

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While Breckenridge is one of the country’s premiere skiing destinations, there are plenty of other activities to keep you busy. Between world-class shopping and dining options, and a vibrant visual and performing arts scene, visitors have a number of indoor activities from which to choose. If you prefer to explore the out-of-doors, here are three alternative ways you can experience Breck this winter. Explore Breck’s pristine wilderness and back country during a snowmobile tour. For breathtaking views, it’s hard to beat these exiting adventures. Since you control the speed, you

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07/20/2018
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Are You Ready For Ullr Fest 2014?

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According to legend, the Norse winter god, Ullr (pronounced OOOL-er), was traveling around the Northern Hemisphere depositing snow, when he found himself in Breckenridge. Locals were so pleased to have the gift of snow they decided to celebrate the god and his gift every year. This week-long, town-wide event has a little something for everyone, and the itinerary for this year’s event has just been finalized and released. Sunday, January 5: The Ullr Fest King and Queen will be crowned at Riverwalk Center. This free family-friendly event features live music

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Looking For Breckenridge Bargains?

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There is no doubt that a Breckenridge ski vacation can be an expensive trip. From airfare to chalet and cabin rentals, to lift tickets and gear, the costs can add up quickly. With a little planning and flexibility, however, you can book a Breckenridge vacation that won’t break the bank. Opting to travel and ski during slower periods this winter can mean big savings on travel-related expenses, like airfare, rental cars, and lodging. Breckenridge is a popular holiday getaway, so you’re apt to pay top dollar during this peak season.

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07/20/2018
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Discovering Breck by Foot

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The Breckenridge Heritage Alliance invites you to explore the town’s nationally-recognized Historic District during the interactive, living history walking tour. This Historic Walking Tour and Victoria Tea gives you a first-hand look at early life in Breckenridge. Local expert Katie Biggle, Breckenridge’s leading lady during the turn of the century, serves as your guide during the tour. The tour concludes with a proper tea at Katie’s elegant Victorian home. The Historic Walking Tour is available from 1:30-3:00 p.m., December 28th and January 4th. Reservations are required, and can be made

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07/20/2018
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Oliver: With A Twist

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Now through December 28th, Breckenridge’s Backstage Theater Company presents its own unique version of the Holiday Classic, Oliver! Billed as Oliver: With a Twist, this delightful, family-friendly musical tells the story of orphaned Oliver Twist, who survives a miserable existence, first at a workhouse, and then with an undertaker before falling in with The Artful Dodger’s gang of unscrupulous pickpockets. Based on the Charles Dickens’ novel Oliver Twist, the Lionel Bart Broadway musical has brought us many classic show tunes, including Food, Glorious, Food and I’d Do Anything. Performances begin

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Lighting Up Main Street

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The Town of Breckenridge was as pretty as a picture for the 4th Annual Holiday Lights Contest. While voting has closed, you can still see all the twinkling lights, holiday art and Christmas Trees along Main Street. Throughout the rest of the year, Main Street will be shining brightly, and carolers will be strolling down the street with your favorite holiday tunes. Be sure to grab a mug of good cheer, and spend some time (and money) with the merchants of Main Street. If you can’t make it to Breck

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What is Slopestyle?

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There’s been a lot of buzz regarding the new winter Olympic Sport, Slopestyle. A popular Winter X Games event for years, Slopestyle challenges athletes to perform difficult tricks while getting the highest air possible. Slopestyle skiers aim for a variety of moves and maneuvers, and utilize the course’s terrain and obstacles during their runs. The Slopestyle track for the 2014 Sochi Olympics has just been released. According to official press materials, the track will be 635 meters (2,083 feet) and feature three jib sections and three jump sections. The course

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07/20/2018
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The Peak 6 Chair Opens this Weekend

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Breckenridge’s new Peak 6 opened this season to much excitement and fanfare. This weekend, the new Peak 6 chairs open, which gives skiers and snowboarders full access to more than 543 acres of untouched snow. With the opening, Breckenridge has expanded its terrain by more 23%, offering skiers and snowboarders 400 acres of lift served terrain and 143 acres of “hike to” terrain. Skiers can now ski 3 new bowls, including 2 intermediate level bowls and 10 new trails. The Peak Six chair includes a 4-person fixed group chair and

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2014 Winter Olympic Sneak Preview

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The ION Dew Tour is ramping up this weekend, and as the only Winter Stop for the tour this season, it will serve as an official winter selection event for the 2014 US Sochi Olympic Team.  Events include the ski and snowboard super pipe and slopestyle on Breck’s world-renowned, facilities. You can get more information about the schedule of events at the ION Dew Tour website. Some of the sports best and brightest athletes will battle for their spots on the 2014 US Olympic Team. Some notable athletes to

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07/20/2018
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Breckenridge Assess a Dime Fee on All Plastic Bags

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Beginning December 1, The Town of Breckenridge will charge consumers and shoppers .10 for every disposable plastic bag they need while out shopping. The plastic bag fee applies to all grocery, retail, and drug stores and pharmacies. Essentially, you will be tacking on a .10 charge for every bag you need to tote your purchases home. Environmental and community leaders believe the .10 fee will help reduce the amount of waste generated from disposal plastic bags. According to most scientific reports, plastic bags can take between 100-500 years to disintegrate

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07/20/2018
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Getting Into Skiing Shape

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Come February, we will be hearing about getting ready for bathing suit season. While winter clothes may be more forgiving, spending some of your winter break on the slopes demands that your body be ready to put up with some tough physical conditions. Here are a few ways you can be sure you’re ready to hit the slopes this winter. If you’re lifting weights and heading to the gym regularly, spend a little extra time working your glutes, hamstrings, and lower back muscles. These muscles provide the power you need

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