Visitors Information in Breckenridge
Travelers have plenty of options when they're looking for Breckenridge condo rentals. At the Gold Point Condominiums, families can rent one-, two- and three-bedroom units situated more than 1,000 feet above the town of Breckenridge. Here, guests can relax in the pool or jacuzzi as they look out over the small hamlet or take in views of the surrounding mountain landscape.
Another choice for people traveling to Breckenridge is the Grand Lodge on Peak 7. This resort features spacious residences, a deluxe on-site restaurant and Soothe, a day spa that allows visitors to unwind in ultimate comfort. To relax after a day on the slopes, guests can swim in the indoor grotto, indoor/outdoor swimming pools and hot tubs, while little ones can splash and play in a fun children's water area. Travelers may also want to book a suite at the Grand Timber Lodge. This hotel offers ski-in, ski-out accommodations, while those who want to get to town can take one of several Breckenridge shuttles.
During the 2007-2008 season, the resort drew an impressive 1.63 million visitors. With a vertical drop of 3,398 feet, nearly 2,400 acres of skiable area and 30 lifts, the resort ensures that travelers will never have to ski the same trail twice. Breckenridge has 155 total runs that cater to skiers of all skill levels. Approximately 14 percent of its trails are rated for beginners, while 31, 19 and 36 percent are rated intermediate, advanced and expert, respectively. Several chutes in the upper reaches of the resort have inclines of up to 55 degrees, making them some of the steepest in the region.
Although Breckenridge is most popular during the winter, the town is full of things to do in the summer as well. At the Breckenridge Golf Club, visitors can play on a 27-hole course designed by the legendary Jack Nicklaus as they appreciate scenic views of the Rockies.