Though it’s a small town, Breckenridge attracts a lot of tourists due to its abundance of hiking trails and plant life. Its also a popular vacation spot for skiers during the winter months since it’s home to Breckenridge Ski Resort. The town even hosts a winter festival that honors Ullr, the Norse god of snow. Ullr Fest is celebrated with a parade, and it’s common to see snowboarders and skiers don Viking Hats. During August, you can join locals in the Breckenridge International Festival Of Arts. This event is 10 days long and features music, dance, visual arts and film inspired by mountain themes and the environment. Eat breakfast or lunch at the Columbine Cafe. A great thing about this eatery is that it serves breakfast all day, so feel free to go there and eat breakfast at 2pm if you wish. It serves omelettes, pancakes, hamburgers, salads, soups, waffles, among other types of food. Mountain Top Children’s Museum engages kids 10 and under in learning through interactive exhibits and by encouraging imaginative play. Besides exhibits, the museum offers summer camps and a Kid’s Night Out program where kids participate in nighttime fun-filled activities three nights a week while parents take a break. Breckenridge has two elementary schools, one high school and a few preschools.
Breckenridge real estate properties are made up of single family dwellings and condos. These Breckenridge homes have between zero and eight bedrooms. You can also purchase lots or a vacation home. Whether you’re planning to stay here for vacation or for several years, you’ll really like this ski-centered town. It’s in proximity to several amenities and the housing market is top-notch.
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