Located at the foot of the Tenmile Range, the town of Breckenridge is a perfect place to spend the winter and get away from it all during the summer. While you’re here, you’ll be able to take part in all sorts of alpine activities, including skiing and snowboarding. It’s also an old gold rush town, with a Victorian core that dates back to the 1880s. You can visit the historic district to check out the local shops and museums.
During your stay in Breckenridge, you’ll have plenty to do, from hiking and biking to skiing and snowboarding. The town is also a wonderful place to explore history and culture. The town has the largest historic district in the state, which combines Victorian architecture with western hospitality to create a quaint town. There are numerous museums and historic sites to visit and the town is a pedestrian-friendly community with a thriving arts scene.
When you visit Breckenridge, Colorado, you’ll feel like a local. The area is charming and makes it easy to mix with the locals. Many of the locals were once tourists and ski bums, and they fell in love with the area. If you’re looking for a unique place to get married, Breckenridge is a great place to get married. The location is ideal and the surrounding landscape is breathtaking.
A historic district is a must for any vacation in Breckenridge. Originally a gold rush base camp, it’s now a bustling town that offers Victorian architecture and western hospitality. The historic district is the largest in the state, and it is still one of the most charming spots in the mountains for summer adventures. You can learn more about the town’s history and culture by visiting the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance. Alternatively, you can spend your vacation in the heart of the modern city, and enjoy the many outdoor activities that are offered in the city.
The town is home to a Breckenridge Troll named Isak Heartstone. Located near Illinois Creek off of Boreas Pass Road, he holds a Lodgepole pine tree in his hand. The sculpture was created by Danish artist Thomas Dambo, and is 15 feet tall, but it is made of recycled and scrap wood. The Trollstigen trail runs through the downtown area and is a popular spot for lunch and dinner.
While you’re in the area, you’ll want to try the area’s many dining options. The Breckenridge Heritage Alliance reports that a women’s group in the 1930s found a map that didn’t include Breckenridge. The group speculated that Breckenridge was not officially annexed by the US. Since Breckenridge had not been included on an official map, the women’s group made up a clever marketing campaign based on this map. By inviting the governor of Colorado to attend an event at the Courthouse, the story made national news and it was a major highlight of the city’s history.