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As the official ski season kicks off, Breckenridge becomes the choice destination for many snow lovers visiting Summit County. And it’s not unusual to see—after visitors fall in love with our wonderful town and vibrant community, our world-class ski area and myriad other winter activities—that they may spend a day or two exploring real estate opportunities. Sometimes the itch is for a ski condo, sometimes a welcoming home where family and friends can gather all year to enjoy our mountain paradise. And often these ‘maybe I really do want a place in Breck’ clients—no matter how often they’ve considered buying—hesitate. There are lots of reasons why, but often we hear, “Maybe prices will go down,” or “Maybe sellers will be more willing to negotiate next

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"Wake Up Breckenridge" Free Coffee & Mug

“Wake Up Breckenridge” is a much-anticipated tradition and the official community kick-off to Breckenridge Ski Resort’s Opening Day, inviting everyone to enjoy free coffee! Head to one of several local Breckenridge coffee shops at 7a.m. on November 7, enjoy free coffee and snag a commemorative mug! Breckenridge Ski Resort asks that everyone participating bring canned food donations to their chosen coffee shop in a sweet and worthy exchange for your coffee mug. The canned food collected that morning will be donated to our local Family Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC) food bank. There are plenty of places to get your java on, including Starbucks, Clint’s Bakery & Coffee House, Cool River Coffee House, Daylight

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There has been skiing in Summit County since mid-October—boding well for a great 2019-2020 season! Each fall our local resorts engage in a friendly competition for “Opening Day Bragging Rights”. This year, Arapahoe (A-Basin) Basin and Keystone, reveling in an early-season snowstorm with ideal cold temperatures, were the places to watch as early-opening rumors flew with the snow. Only 90 days after closing the longest ski season in Colorado (on the Fourth of July!), A-Basin began snowmaking operations. Around here most people expect A-Basin or Loveland to earn the title of “First ski resort to open in North America,” because for seven of the past eight years A-Basin has opened first in the Front Range, tying once with Loveland back in 2015. This year, the

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We have been reveling in our beautiful autumn weather in Breckenridge! Sunny days and perfect temperatures have been the norm as outdoor activities beckon visitors and locals alike. Soon the snow will start to fall—something we look forward to—but for now we’re enjoying fall in the mountains.

Be part of the excitement of the craft spirits movement during a fun-filled fall weekend in Breckenridge. The annual Breckenridge Craft Spirits Festival features small-batch distillers, artisan spirit seminars and more—with plenty of sampling! YOU MUST BE 21 OR OLDER TO ATTEND THE CRAFT SPIRITS FESTIVAL. Check out the schedule of events:

Friday, October 18
10 a.m. and 1 p.m: Breckenridge History Tour
o Tour Breckenridge’s acclaimed Historic District
o Meet at

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Who doesn’t love touring a new home or recent renovation? Now is your chance to see what’s new in design and building trends, and to learn the ideas and processes that work best in our mountain communities. If this is intriguing, don’t miss the 25th Annual Summit County Parade of Homes.

The Parade of Homes features tours of upscale single family, multi-family and renovated homes throughout Summit County. If you are considering building, this is a perfect opportunity to gather tips on how to choose a builder, what design services and local trades are available in our community and to gather some valuable tips to help you get started with your Summit County project.

Schedule of Events
September 21-22 & September 28-29, 2019
· 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily
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This month we celebrate a treasured event in Breckenridge alongside one of our favorite non-for-profit organizations, the Breckenridge Film Festival. This marks the 39th year of this iconic mountain film festival, which has debuted popular films like The Shawshank Redemption, L.A. Confidential and Kung Fu Panda to the world. It’s no surprise that USA Today includes the Breckenridge Film Fest in its list of Top 20 American Film Festivals, a nod to community dedication and film industry relationships decades in the making. Film brings us together. Breckenridge Associates Real Estate is a long-time and proud supporter of the Breckenridge Film Festival. Everyone at Breckenridge Associates hopes you enjoy a fun-filled weekend of film.

This year’s lineup

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As the leaves begin to change, our mountain landscape beckons, highlighted by the golden glow of Aspens and the inspiring beauty of the changing seasons. It’s a perfect time to get outdoors, and Breckenridge offers many ways to immerse yourself in this beautiful transition time before snow starts to fall. Take a quiet stroll or hike with your friends and family on our wonderful trail system or enjoy a weekday drive to experience fall in The Rockies. Check out these leaf-peeping adventures in the high country around Breckenridge.

Boreas Pass - Enjoy panoramic mountain and valley views, spectacular clusters of Aspens and tunnels of trees.
Directions: From Breckenridge, follow Main Street to the south end of town. Turn left onto Boreas Pass Road.

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The 4th Annual Breckenridge Hogfest: Bacon & Bourbon!
Friday, August 23, 2019, 6:30 p.m.–Sunday, August 25, 2019, 1:00 p.m.

Bacon and Bourbon are the perfect pairing for Breckenridge Hogfest! Forget peas and carrots, mac and cheese, pancakes and syrup; they can’t hold a fork to Bacon and Bourbon! Taste your way through tempting pork bites, a selection of premium whiskeys and barrel-aged spirits from Buffalo Trace and distilleries around the world—enjoying live music as you sip and savor. The fun in Breckenridge lasts all weekend at Main Street Station and The Village at Breckenridge.

2019 Hogfest Events and Ticket Options:

Bourbon Pairing Dinner

  • What: A carefully crafted evening of premium whiskey selections from the bourbon experts at
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Labor Day Weekend marks the official end of summer. It’s also the time for a longstanding Summit County tradition: The Great Rubber Duck Race!

For three decades, this fun-filled community event has raised money in support of the Summit Foundation’s grant and scholarship programs. The Summit Foundation is the leading organization inspiring people and mobilizing resources to improve and enrich the lives of individuals in Summit County.

On August 31, thousands of adopted ducks zip down the Blue River in the heart of Breckenridge for this worthy cause. Participate in the 32nd Annual Great Rubber Duck Race by adopting one—or even a flock—of ducks, available for sale around town prior to the race. It’s a great cause—and it’s fun! Should your duck cross

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Sit back, relax and enjoy all things food and wine in the high country. Breckenridge’s charming mountainside locations of Main Street Station and The Village at Breckenridge will transform into mountainside vineyards featuring approximately 300 wines and small plate food pairings to accompany each sip. With more than 70 of the top and most awarded wineries from the United Status, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Portugal, New Zealand, Australia, Argentina and Chile, guests can experience what each region has to offer in wine - from big and bold to clean and crisp - as well as learning what food pairings work well to highlight each vintage and region.

Some additional highlights of this year’s festival include, music by Spinphony - a “crossover” string

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