When you want good food and a warm place to relax before or after the slopes, visit Breckenridge’s newest on-mountain dining option, Pioneer Crossing on Peak 7.
There’s a new sport taking the trails by storm. Bundled up like skiers but riding like mountain bikers, “fat bikers” have found a great new way to enjoy the snow.
The name comes from the wide (fat) tires on the bikes they ride, and if you find yourself intrigued on your next visit to Lodge by The Blue, here’s what you need to know to get started.
Beer lovers exploring Breckenridge during your winter Lodge by The Blue stay should definitely check out some of the local brews and see what winter has to offer in terms of seasonal craft beer.
Beer experts from Breckenridge Brewery and Après Handcrafted Libations help us out with their own suggestions.
If you’re in beautiful Breckenridge around this time visiting Lodge by The Blue, you might also be thinking about picking up some cool Rocky Mountain-style holiday gifts for friends and family.
In Breck’s quaint downtown, unusual gift shops are hiding around every corner (and down a few alleys). You’ll have no problem finding something special for even the toughest customer.
When Colorado natives aren’t out skiing or snowboarding, they’re getting a thrill of a different sort — one experienced while zooming down a hill on an inner tube or sled at the speed of light.
If skiing isn’t your game, or even if it is and you just want to take in all the different winter sports while at Lodge by The Blue, here are some places to enjoy tubing and sledding (both are done sitting down, which I find particularly appealing).