Many locals confess, “We came for the winter, but we stayed for the summer!”
Summer is a completely different experience for any guest that has visited Breckenridge for a ski vacation. It’s also a refreshing change from summertime most parts of the country – mild temperatures, no humidity, and no bugs! Pine Ridge turns to summer mode with abundant trees throughout the property, green lawns, and plenty of gas grills and picnic tables. The ski run turns into an easy hiking or mountain biking trail, with a lush wetland along the trail. And with a great central location, walking around town is even easier.
Here are just some of the attractions and activities you can look forward to when you reserve a Pine Ridge condominium in the summer.
5 Things You Need To Now About Visiting Breckenridge This Summer
Epic Discovery Adventure Park
Epic Discovery activities include a zipline tour, ropes course, interpretive hiking trail and rock-climbing wall, bungee trampoline, roller coaster, alpine slide, scenic chairlift rides, a two-stage zipline, maze, summer tubing, and gemstone panning. More info here.
Trail maps and bike rentals are available at numerous shops around town; many also offer transportation up Vail pass for guests to ride down or to the Lake Dillon trail system. We recommend Christy Sports for Bike Rentals and our Pine Ridge guests do receive a discount on rentals. To find out more about bike routes throughout Breckenridge, please refer to the Town of Breckenridge On-Street Bike Route Map.
The Breckenridge skate park is located outdoors at the Breckenridge Recreation Center. Town law requires proper protective gear including a helmet.
The Breckenridge Recreation Center
The 88,000 square foot Breckenridge Recreation Center was renovated in 2018 and offers a variety of athletic and community activities rarely found in a community of this size. They’ve tripled our fitness space, primarily located in a new fitness wing with expanded cardio deck, weight room, circuit training space, Baker’s Tank suspension training studio, and Wheeler cycling studio. A third fitness studio, indoor turf gym and youth wing with indoor playground was also added.
The Recreation Center is also home to a gymnasium, racquetball court, indoor rock climbing wall, indoor track, aerobic/dance studios and community meeting room with kitchen, The aquatics area features lap and leisure pools, the Summit Plummit water slide, coed sauna, indoor and outdoor hot tubs.
Outdoor amenities include the Breckenridge Tennis Center, lighted softball fields, turf and grass soccer/rugby fields, playgrounds, public restrooms, basketball courts and skateboard park..
Year-round Ice Skating and Ice Hockey
The Stephen C. West Ice Arena is open year-round for public skating, hockey and figure skating activities including summer skating programs and camps. Skate rental, skate sharpening, four changing rooms, restrooms and retail sales.
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Performance Tours Rafting
If you are looking for the perfect group activity, whitewater rafting might be for you. There are tours designed for groups of any skill level. For more than three decades, Performance Tours Rafting, Pine Ridge’s preferred partner, has been bringing guests down rivers throughout Breckenridge. You can book a tour that fits your skill level, from moderate to challenging, on various rivers around the area. The reservation assistants can help answer any questions and determine which trip is best for you and your group.
Imagine a stunning golf course surrounded by mountains, graced with the presence of wildlife and scented by the smell of freshly cut greens and pine trees. Breckenridge is home to the world’s only municipal Jack Nicklaus-designed 27-hole golf course. As challenging as it is spectacular, Breckenridge Golf Club has a course guests enjoy playing again and again.
Even outside of Breckenridge, Summit County has four other courses that will test any golfer. All within a 30 minute drive, guests can choose a course based on difficulty, views or accolades and return to a real mountain town with all the great dining and nightlife to round out a fantastic day.
Breckenridge Golf Club
0200 Clubhouse Drive
Designed by Jack Nicklaus – 27 holes
The Elk/Beaver Rotation
– Yards 7,145
– Rating 73.5
– Slope 951