We’ve seen the peaks covered on The 10 Mile Range twice, but this morning, we woke up to snow on the ground. We saw a similar first snow last season on Sept. 23. It is safe to say that Ullr is doing his job and winter is on our tails. We couldn’t resist showing off some of our fan photos of the official first snow in Breckenridge.
Woke up early this morning to catch the first full coverage of #SNOW on the runs at #Breckenridge!!! #TimeLapse #BreckBecause #Breck #BreckLife #Nikon #WinterIsComing @GoBreck @City2snow @SnowDotCom @BreckenridgeMTN
Where To Travel on Twitter: “#Breckenridge, Colorado. First snow in the high rockies with a little fall foliage. [oc] [4858×1530] #ttot #trave… http://t.co/LaLNYEUv6P”
Snow on ths peaks. #breckbecause #snow #nature #mountains
Snow on the ground and flowers in the pot. Here’s hoping we are in for a snowy winter. #winteriscoming #ilivehere #breckenridge #gobreck #coloRADo
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