Hello hopeless romantics — you know who you are: Even though Valentine’s Day has passed, you still like to treat your guy special in Breckenridge!
The following list covers everything from tobacco to treats, and snowmobiling to steak. It is my hope that there is something for all types of relationships, price ranges, and interests in this post, so you can better select that perfect Breckenridge memorabilia for your beloved.
Gift #1: Snowmobile tours with Good Times Adventures
Is there a better way to bond with your love than clinging to a speeding 2013 Polaris LXT Snowmobile? Travel into the wild with Good Times Adventures (970-453-7604). Ask for Nate or one of the other local guides to lead your on a one- to three-hour tour. Prices start at $75 a person.
Gift #2: Play date at the Breckenridge Recreation Center
If the weather outside is frightful, and you desire to give the gift of physical activity, the Breckenridge Recreation Center (970-453-1734) is your one-stop shop. Whether your man is into lifting free weights or surviving Pilates class, swimming laps or climbing the indoor rock wall, the rec center has you covered. Daily admission is $15 per person.
Gift #3: Couple’s Massage at Sol Impressions
Sol Impressions (970-453-2085) offers Tibetan Massages for individuals or couples. Talk to Sol’s owner, Julie, to receive $10 off a couple’s massage, and enjoy a full 30-, 60-, or 90-minute treat for your weary bodies. The friendly staff at Sol are inviting for either gender, as is the comfortable studio setting. Massages start at $35 for 30 minutes.
Gift #4: Dinner at Kenosha Steakhouse
After a fun-filled day on the slopes or in the backcountry, enjoy a meal fit for a man at Kenosha Steahouse (970-453-7313). It should come as no surprise that a restaurant with the slogan “BBQ, Burgers, and Beer” would provide a hearty meal for your guy.
Gift #5: Dessert from Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
What? You thought sweets were just for the ladies? Think again! With incredible treats including chocolate-covered potato chips, chocolate rocks, and assorted candied barks and fudges, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory (970-453-2094) offers something for every sweet tooth – including your man’s. Prices start at $10 per pound.
Gift #6: Cigars from Slopeside Cigars
If your man enjoys the occasional cigar, head on down and speak with John and Trent at Slopeside Cigars (970-423-6089). The cozy shop offers an assortment of cigars, both foreign and domestic. The “Stogies with Altitude” are competitively priced between $5-20 per cigar.
Gift #7: Fine bourbon from Breckenridge Distillery
The folks at Breckenridge Distillery work hard to produce a high-quality Bourbon that any liquor-savvy man will appreciate. A 750ml bottle can be purchased for $35.
And if you’re looking for a nice, romantic restaurant, check out our blog on the top 5 most romantic Breckenridge dinners.