Breckenridge Near-In Southside
along Boreas Pass Road & Before Blue River
Boreas Pass Road began as a train line that came into town to the Breckenridge depot, on the south side of town. This train connected the state's capitol, the Platte River Valley to Breckenridge, and so the area around the depot and tracks had some industrial uses and early hospitality - the use you'll see here today.
The old Breck Mountain Lodge was a secondary use of one of the rail related industries, and it has since been replaced by small lodging, a train as museum sits nearby, and the ice rinks have been built here in the 1990s. Several hiking and biking trails that start in town and go to the near in southside neighborhoods,These neighborhoods are reachable with a short hike, although most people drive from the homes in these neighborhoods:
- Southside Estates - south of the ice rink
- Breck South - along Boreas Pass Road
- Brooks HIll - at the bend on Boreas Pass Road
- Bekkedal - most lots west of Hwy 9, south of town
- Gold King Placer - west of Bekkedal, south of Warriors Mark
Farther afield and not in the town of Breckenridge, technically, are the large Woodmoor neighborhood,
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