The slopes are closed and the summer vibes are coming in strong. We’ve got the comprehensive summer forecast on fun here in Breckenridge for Summer 2021.
Many of the most popular summer activities are already underway: the Vail Pass shuttles are running, both Frisco and Dillon marinas are open for watercraft rentals, and horses are carrying riders up the mountain on Peak 9. The Breckenridge Rec Center and Stephen C West Ice Rink are fully open and operating.
Breck Create activities resume June 5 and will include sessions with visiting artists, bike-in movies on June 23, July 28 and Aug 25, the Banff Film Festival, and Breckenridge Music Festival starting Aug 5 and running through mid September. Live musical performances include Asleep at the Wheel on Aug 13 and Indigo Girls on Aug 18 at the Riverwalk Center in Breckenridge.
The Breckenridge Sunday Market kicks off June 13 at Main Street Station and the Mountain Arts Festival returns on July 1, 2021.
Epic Discovery opens June 18 with return of the Alpine Slide, chairlift rides, ropes courses, climbing wall, mini golf, summer tubing and more.
The National Repertory Orchestra opening night is at the Riverwalk Center on June 26 with live performances around Breckenridge and Summit County through July 31.
Everyone is thrilled for the return of the traditional 4th of July Parade! The parade starts at 10:00 a.m. on Main Street near Watson Avenue and travels south down Main Street, ending at Park Avenue. Other 4th of July festivities will still take place including live music from the NRO, a 10k trail run and the Firecracker 50 bike race. Breck Create will be hosting the annual chalk art contest, a local artist market and pop-up live music with local bands, just to name a few freedom-spirited activities. Per the 2019 fireworks ban, fireworks are prohibited in Breckenridge to help prevent wildfires. Unfortunately there will not be a party at our office this year.
Masks are no longer required in public settings, however, some privately owned businesses may continue to require face coverings in their establishments. The public is asked to respect these rules wherever they may apply. Keep a mask handy just in case! Shops and restaurants are at 100% capacity.
If all of the above isn’t enough, there are glorious summer days to be had on the rivers, the hiking and biking trails and other special spots around town.
Historical tours of Breckenridge will also resume the first of June. Did you know that our office in the beautiful red brick building on Main Street is a stop on one of these tours? It’s also a popular spot for photos and to see the most incredible hanging baskets and summer floral gardens in town. You are always invited to stop in and meet one of our agents or say hello to your existing agent. We hope to see you this summer!Posted by Breckenridge Associates Real Estate on