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UPDATED: March 18, 2016 — When it comes to summers in Breckenridge, the days are longer, the sun shines brighter and the lists of activities is endless. Breckenridge prides itself on the variety of adventures suitable for all ages. Now picture yourself doing these:
1. Fly fishing
There is nothing like being one with nature, on the river fly fishing. Photo by Liam Doran
2. Hiking in the backcountry
Take advantage of the trails throughout Breckenridge. They’re perfect for a day on foot. Photo by Liam Doran
3. Mountain biking
There are a hundred plus trails in Breckenridge. Explore the backcountry of Breck on two wheels. Photo by Liam Doran
4. Trail running
Whether on a path or on the dirt, running will get your heart racing. Take in the views and the fresh air on your next jog. Photo by Liam Doran
Breckenridge can boast that it is the only municipality in the world to own a Jack Nicklaus designed 27-hole golf course. Photo by Ian Leirfallom
6. Taking in the views
Head up Baldy Road on Bald Mountain, where you’ll find great hiking trails and easy access. Check out some of the scenic trails on Boreas Pass while you are over there. Photo by Liam Doran
7. Family biking
Get the family together and take a scenic bike ride from Breckenridge to Frisco. Photo by Liam Doran
8. Fly fishing on the Colorado River with dad
Like father, like son. Photo by Liam Doran
9. Horseback riding
Horseback riding at Breckenridge Stables is a unique way to explore all that Breckenridge has to offer.
10. Road biking
Your road bike can take you anywhere. Hit the road and head toward Swan Mountain Road for a steep climb to Sapphire point, and feed the chipmunks while you are up there! Photo by Liam Doran
11. Downhill biking
The B-Line Trail offers wooden features and a fun descent to Carter Park. Photo by Daniel Dunn
SUP in Breck or how about some SUP yoga? Photo by Jessie Unruh
13. Summer Dogsledding
Dogsledding like you’ve never seen it. Hop on a diggler and steer your way through the forest, pulled by 2 Siberian Huskies.
14. Whitewater rafting
Hit the rapids with a rafting trip, available for all levels. Learn more about white water rafting, click here. Photo by Kodi Rafting
Team Pain Skateparks redesigned and rebuilt the Breck Skate Park last fall. Photo by Jessie Unruh
16. Finish the day with Aprés
Looking for more family friendly, unique activities in Breckenridge? Check out Trekaroo‘s 10 things to do during summer in Breckenridge that will have the entire family begging for more time to explore.
Is adventure calling your name? Visit GoBreck.com for full list of summer activities available. For special lodging deals, call Breckenridge Central Reservations at 1-888-251-2417.
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