Breckenridge offers some of the most beautiful scenery in the fall.
With an explosion of yellows, oranges and reds from every direction and temperatures that still linger in the 50s & 60s, this season is one of our favorites up here in the high rockies.
And the best part about fall? With it being a "shoulder season" (a period in between low and high season) of Breckenridge's you can take advantage of some huge discounts!
This time of year offers some of the best dining and shopping, with huge sales and slashed prices at shops and restaurants around time. Affectionately referred to by locals as “Two-Fer” season, this is the time of year that a majority of restaurants around town offer the unbeatable deal of Two-For-One entrées; making this a great opportunity for many to come and indulge at some of the great and unique high-end restaurants that Breckenridge has to offer.
Besides the incredible shopping and dining discounts, there are still several activities to be enjoyed during the fall season. Here are a few of our suggestions on how to enjoy fall’s foliage around Breckenridge :Horseback Riding
: Experience all the colors of fall and see the outdoors in its wild and natural beauty. Take a trail ride with Breckenridge Stables
and ride over mountain streams and along game trails, all while enjoying the beauty of nature on horseback. Book with Ski Country Resorts and save 20% off of any trail ride!Hot Air Balloon Rides
: Soar high over the changing aspen trees and astounding mountain terrain in a hot air balloon. Make your dream a reality with a sunrise flight with Colorado Balloon Rides
. This balloon adventure begins at sunrise and takes you high above rolling hills, stunning mountain vistas and local wildlife, providing breath-taking scenery from 9000ft above as you float through clear, blue skies.Georgetown Loop Railroad Tours
: The thriving mining town of Georgetown is just a short, 20 minute drive from Breckenridge. Here, lies a steep mountain canyon connected via a "corkscrew" railroad route that slowly gains more than 600 feet in elevation as it climbs. It includes horseshoe curves, grades of up to 4% and four bridges across the Clear Creek River. Enjoy some of the best scenery in the Rocky Mountains on one of the nation’s most historic and remarkable railroads. Tours include a historic train ride
and mine tour for the family or even a romantic wine and hors d'oeurvres ride
to enjoy with your significant other.
So don’t miss your last opportunity to enjoy the mountains before they’re covered in snow! Come and enjoy the huge savings
and lack of crowds. With lodging at Ski Country Resorts
starting as low as $69/night
, you have no excuse not to!