Breckenridge - Breckenridge offers over 2,350 acres of skiing, a charming Victorian town and easy access to Denver. Breckenridge supplanted sister resort Vail as the most popular ski resort in the U.S., logging 1.6 million skier visits during the 2006-07 ski season.
Crystal Trail - The Crystal Trail is located south of Breckenridge. It leads to Upper Crystal Lake.
Peaks Trail - The Peaks Trail connects the towns of Frisco and Breckenridge, along the lower portions of the Tenmile Range. It is a popular mountain bike route.
Quandary Peak - Quandary Peak is located southwest of Breckenridge. Although the hike is long, Quandary is one of the easier 14'ers to ascend.
Spruce Creek Trail (Dillon Ranger District) - The Spruce Creek Trail south of Breckenridge, leads to Upper Mohawk Lake.
Wheeler National Recreation Trail - The Wheeler National Recreation Trail leads from McCullough Gulch, south of Breckenridge, over the Tenmile Range to Copper Mountain.