Updated Aug 2020
Colorado has its own hidden secrets in the fall. Escape to the high country over the next couple of months and watch as the mountainsides transform into pieces of artwork. The vibrant color scheme of gold, orange and red against a bluebird sky creates a surreal setting and a great escape. The most popular spot (and therefore the busiest) in Breckenridge for the fall foliage includes a drive up Boreas Pass Road to overlook the Town of Breckenridge and drive through Aspen Alley.
Fall used to be known as our off season, or shoulder season, but with each passing year it becomes a more and more popular time to visit the high country. There's definitely nothing "off" about the cooler and colorful months of September and October, right before the snow really starts to fly and our town fills with powder seekers. Aside from leaf gazing, there is still so much to do in Summit County in the fall:
This Fall 2020 season's event lineup looks a bit different:
- September 11-13, 25-27, and October 2-4, 2020: OctoberFEAST
- September 17-19, 2020: Breckenridge Film Festival
- Oktoberfest is postponed until 2021
There are hundreds of unique shops and restaurants in Summit County. Walkable Main Street in Breckenridge will remain in place through the end of September.
Summit County- films, fine and performing arts, festivals and events, open space and trails...or just enjoy the cool mountain air and scenery. Call us today to get in on the good life. 970.453.2200.