Where the Old West meets a modern Rocky Mountain ski town, Breckenridge, Colorado and its après scene bustles with craft breweries, art galleries, boutique shops, golf courses, and farm-to-table restaurants. After skiing or mountain biking down postcard-perfect slopes or snowshoeing at the Breckenridge Nordic Center, more adventures await. Gather with family and friends on the Victorian-age Main Street in downtown Breckenridge, taste local bourbons at a high-altitude distillery, fish in Blue River, or simply retreat to your Breckenridge vacation home to soak in a hot tub under the stars. From home rentals with private outdoor pools to ski-in/ski-out Breckenridge condos just steps away from the gondolas — these Breckenridge vacation rentals and hotels offer experiences just as astounding as their alpine scenery.

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What are the most popular vacation rental amenities in Breckenridge?

  • Kitchen / Kitchenette
  • Internet / Wifi
  • Laundry

When is ski season in Breckenridge?

The ski season in Breckenridge starts in early November and lasts until about mid-May — one of the longest seasons in the U.S.

Is Breckenridge skiing good for beginners?

Breckenridge skiing is good for beginners and families, with several easy runs and family-friendly terrain amongst its five peaks. Those new to skiing and snowboarding will also enjoy slopes that are easily accessible by chairlifts and magic carpets. Interested in ski lessons? Breckenridge Ski Resort’s First-Timer Discovery Series offers discounts and packages for beginner ski lessons at the Breckenridge Ski School.

Do you need a car in Breckenridge?

No, you don’t need a car in Breckenridge. The town is best explored on foot or by bike. Best of all, Breckenridge offers free bus rides throughout the town with the Breck Free Ride System and the free Summit Stage Bus when you want to venture to other parts of Summit County.

Where should you stay when visiting Breckenridge?

The answer depends on what type of vacation you're looking for. Here are some options:
  • - Historic District: Also known as downtown, the Historic District offers a storybook feel with charming, Victorian-style buildings, and the scenic mountain backdrop will take your breath away. Stroll along Main Street for enjoyable shopping and dining.
  • - Peak Nine: Its proximity to downtown and the ski hill makes this neighborhood the place to stay for snow sports. Summertime visitors enjoy a host of warm-weather activities on Maggie Pond, from fishing to paddleboarding.
  • - Highlands: Just north of downtown, the Highlands neighborhood combines residential luxury with outdoor recreation. Rent a mountain bike and gawk at some of the prettiest homes in town or play a round at the 27-hole golf course. In the winter, the golf course transforms into an area for Nordic skiing.

How many rentals are available in Breckenridge?

There are 4,895 vacation rentals available in Breckenridge across several booking partners.

What is the price range for rentals in Breckenridge?

Vacation rentals in Breckenridge have a price range between $39-$10,000. The average price for rentals in Breckenridge is $419 per night.

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