Call us directly: 970-389-9311.
PO Box 2422, Breckenridge, Colorado, 80424.View on Map

Discounted Lift Tickets
The best way to purchase lift tickets is online and ahead of time at the ski area website. You can save upto 25% if you do it this way.

Depending on how many days you expect to ski, if you plan ahead enough it may make more sense to purchase a season pass. The cutoff is usually in November.

Copper Mountain

Ski/Snowboard/Bike Rentals
Avalanche Sports 970-453-1461 (2 locations at both ends of town)
Breeze 888-4-BREEZE (located at the base of the ski area and in town)

Ski Delivery – reservations can easily be made online

Snowmobiling and Adventure Tours
White Mountain Tours 970-668-5323 – Judi

Breckenridge Grocery Store
City Market, 400 North Parkway, Breckenridge 970-453-0818
Discount cards are provided for you at all of our homes. Please use these cards for significant savings at City Market.
** Please note that Breckenridge now charges 10 cents each for grocery bags and all other shopping bags in town. You may want to save your shopping bags to use again at City Market.

Personal Chef and Catering Recommendation
Personal chef: Kalamata Pit Catering – Michelle – 970-485-2874
At Your Breck and Call 970-776-8088

Pre-Arrival Refrigerator Stocking
Call Brittany – At Your Breck and Call 970-776-8088

Around Summit County
453Taxi 970-453-8294
Summit Stage 970-668-0999
To and From Airport
Colorado Mountain Express (Airport Shuttle) 800-525-6363
Greyhound Bus (Station in Silverthorne) 970-668-8917

Child Care
Nannies Inc. 970-485-5677
Baby Accessory Rentals 800-984-9030

Important Phone Numbers
Ski Report Vail Resorts 970-453-6118
Breckenridge Medical Center 970-453-1010
Summit Medical Center (St. Anthony’s in Frisco) 970-668-3300
Emergencies 911
Road Information 511
Poison Center 800-332-3073
Breckenridge Police Dept 970-453-2941
Breckenridge Fire Dept 970-453-2474
Colorado Springs 719-550-1972
DIA (Denver) 800-247-2336
Eagle Vail 970-524-9490
Road Conditions:
Colorado Road Conditions 877-315-7623
Summit County Road Conditions 970-668-1090
Statewide 303-639-1111
Local 970-668-1090

Restaurant Recommendations
Giampietro 970-453-3838
Excellent pizza and Italian dishes.

Empire Burger 970-453-2329
Burgers, fish tacos, nachos (TVs, watch the game).

Downstairs at Eric’s 970-453-1401
Bar food fun for kids with and arcade in the restaurant (TV’s watch the game).

Fatty’s 970-453-9802
Casual pizza and sandwiches (TV’s watch the game).

La Francaise French Bakery 970-547-7173
YUM! Open for breakfast and lunch. Great sandwiches, crepes, and pastries.

Breckenridge Brewery 970-453-1550
Bar food and locally brewed beers.

A little higher end
Relish 970-453-0989
Our favorite restaurant in Breckenridge. You will not be disappointed.

Twist 970-547-7100
Same owners as Relish. Nice casual atmosphere. Great bar area and atmosphere.

The Hearthstone 970-453-1148
Setting is in an old Victorian building. Plenty of warmth and charm.

Ember 970-547-9595
Great small plates at the tapas bar. Wonderful atmosphere and food.

The Canteen 970-453-0063
Casual, warm, and inviting. Great bar area. Mixed menu.

The Warming Hut 970-389-3104
New to Breckenridge with rave reviews. Small and quaint.

Easy hikes
Hoosier Pass Loop
Get there: Head south on U.S. 9 from Breckenridge to the top of Hoosier Pass and park at the Continental Divide sign on the right side of the road.
This three-mile loop delivers an alpine experience without having to huff up to and beyond tree line.

Spruce Creek Loop
Get there: Drive south on U.S. 9 from Breckenridge for about 2.5 miles and turn right onto Spruce Creek Road. Look for a trailhead at about 1.2 miles.
A popular cross-country ski trail in the winter, the Spruce Creek loop is a gentle four miles of trail through forest that offers beautiful views of the surrounding mountains.
Carter Park
Get there: This hike heads out of Carter Park, located in downtown Breckenridge, located at 300 S. High St.
You probably won’t work up a sweat, but your heart will race at the views as you you’re your way op the stone steps from Carter Park. You’ll see the entire Tenmile Range and Breckenridge Ski Resort.

Sawmill Trail
Get there: Head to the Snowflake Lift, near the intersection of Four O’Clock Road and Kings Crown Road.This cool and shaded out-and-back covers about one and a half miles. The hike follows the stream at the base of the lift to a reservoir.

Burro Trail
Get there: The trail starts at the bottom of the Lehman ski trail at the base of Peak 9 off Village Road in town.
This trail gives access to a range of hiking options. Either pair it with a separate loop, or follow it out for as long as you wish. You don’t need to go far to feel like you’ve gotten away from everything.

Moderate hikes
Blue Lakes-Monte Cristo Gulch
Get there: Drive south on U.S. 9 for eight miles to Blue Lakes Road (No. 850). Turn right and follow the road for 2.2 miles to the parking area just below the dam.
The trail starts above tree line at 11,748 feet and in 2.5 miles takes you to an historic mining area surrounded by alpine lakes. Be prepared for sublime views.

McCullough Gulch
Get there: From town head south on U.S. 9 to Blue Lakes Road (No. 850). Turn right and then turn right again onto County road 851. Continue for two miles and park near the water diversion structures. Then walk to the trailhead—a 15-minute walk on a path left of a sign marked: “Private Road, No Admittance.”
This 2.6-mile hike meanders through evergreen forests, past waterfalls, meadows, and wildflowers. In other words, it’s a quintessential Colorado hike.

Mohawk Lakes
Get there: Head south from town on U.S. 9 to Spruce Creek Road (No. 800). Continue 1.2 miles to the trailhead.
A perennial favorite (for a reason!), Mohawk Lakes is often referred to as an absolute must do. Here’s why: it’s a stunning five-mile hike that climbs to gorgeous lakes and historic ruins. It’s equal parts challenging and do-able for the entire family.

Difficult hikes
Quandary Peak
Get there: Drive south on U.S. 9 to Blue Lakes Road (no. 850), turn right, and then turn right onto County Road 851 for 0.1 miles to the Quandary Peak trailhead.
One of Colorado’s 54 14ers (peaks that top out above 14,000 feet), Quandary is a friendly but rigorous hike. Although only six miles, the trail climbs 3,305 feet and will take anywhere from three to nine hours to complete, depending on fitness.

Wheeler National Recreation Trail
Get there: You’ll need two cars to shuttle this long (10 miles) slog. Park one at the trailhead off of County Road 851 south of town. Park the other at the Vail Pass/Tenmile Canyon Bikeway Parking Area.
The logistical and athletic effort is well worth it for this long and challenging trail that crosses the Tenmile Range at nearly 12,500 feet.