Spring and summer in Breckenridge means more hiking, more biking and more beer. The pleasant temps make it the perfect time to take your own personalized bar crawl down the iconic Main street.
You hear a lot about how to prevent and combat altitude sickness when heading into high elevations (more than 10,000 feet at Lodge by The Blue), but you don’t hear as much about how to keep your skin healthy and moisturized.
High altitudes and dry conditions can take a toll on your skin as well. In addition to drinking lots of water, going into your mountain vacation armed with these skincare tips will let you focus on fun rather than discomfort.
It may have been the craft beer movement that started it, or it may just be that Breckenridge’s cozy ski-town beauty inspires it, but more people are sharing their creative talents by taking hobbies and turning them into local entrepreneurial ventures.
This means when you visit Lodge by The Blue, you can shop big box stores, but you may find more locally handcrafted goods than you thought.
If you visit Breckenridge, chances are you’re there to ski or enjoy other outdoor adventure in the Rocky Mountains. But visitors are often pleasantly surprised by the arts and culture scene that can be found in this ski town. (more…)
Most skiers consider any day on the slopes a good day, but expert Shauna Farnell, a writer for Breckenridge.com, says there are some things that take your day on the slopes from “good” to “phenomenal”.
Next time you visit Lodge by The Blue, we hope the luck of the ski gods is upon you and you get to experience one or more of Shauna’s “skiers’ blessings”.
Spring is one of the best times to ski and ride in Breckenridge, and Spring Fever is back to take full advantage. This massive festival will feature live music, extreme competitions, and beautiful blue-skied days.
Love animals? Love zipping across the snow-covered vistas of Breckenridge? Put them together when you enjoy some of Breck’s finest dog sledding.
If you’re visiting Lodge by The Blue and want to change it up from the usual ski routine, find a K-9 pal to be your guide through the winter (or summer) scenery.