Breckenridge hosts the largest Oktoberfest street party in the Rocky Mountains. The September street party is where Munich meets the mountains, featuring
  • New 2017 collectible beer stein
  • More than three-dozen genuine German cuisine and brew vendors
  • German themed games including Hammerschlagan
  • Bavarian lederhosen, Oompah and polka dancing
  • A peak foliage weekend packed full of sunshine and fun for all ages

Breckenridge hosts the largest Oktoberfest street party in the Rocky Mountains. The September street party is where Munich meets the mountains, featuring

  • New 2017 collectible beer stein
  • More than three-dozen genuine German cuisine and brew vendors
  • German themed games including Hammerschlagan
  • Bavarian lederhosen, Oompah and polka dancing
  • A peak foliage weekend packed full of sunshine and fun for all ages

A longstanding Summit County tradition, the Great Rubber Duck Race has supported our community for three decades. The 2017 event will be Saturday, September 2nd on the Blue River in Breckenridge. Annually, this event raises over $100,000 to support our grant and scholarship programs.

Breckenridge will host Stage Two of the Colorado Classic. This will be a test of endurance and willpower over 64 miles (103 km) in the scenic mining town of Breckenridge. During 10 laps on the 6.4-mile (10.3 km) course, riders will face more than 7,000 feet of climbing, including multiple, leg-crushing runs up the notorious Moonstone climb — and the subsequent thrilling descents down Illinois Gulch.

 

Women’s Race:  11:00am -12:45pm
Men’s Race:  2:00pm – 4:45pm

A 10-day festival of extraordinary events in spectacular places and spaces. Inspired by themes of environment and mountain culture, BIFA is a multi-arts celebration that brings together an eclectic mix of music, dance, film, visual arts and family entertainment. Dozens of scheduled events, indoors and outdoors, ticketed and free, are showcased at venues and sites throughout town.

Sep
15

Ullr Fest

Breckenridge invites snow lovers of all ages to join the party. During Ullr Fest in Breckenridge, don’t be surprised to see horned Viking hats adorning the heads of skiers and snowboarders, Ullympic competitors flinging frying pans for prizes, more than 12,000 Ullr enthusiasts filling the streets for the Ullr Parade and crazy float participants skiing off jumps on Main Street or gliding along town in a hot tub. Join us to rejoice with Ullr himself. Ullr is ready for a good party. In Norse mythology Ullr (pronounced Oool-er) was the winter god. He was the son of Sif and the stepson of Thor, the “God of Thunder.” Ullr loved the cold, and delighted in traveling over the country on his skis or skates. He also delighted in the chase, and pursued his game through the Northern Forests.

Sep
15

Dew Tour

The Dew tour will bring some of the top athletes in the world such as Shaun White, Gus Kenworthy, Kelly Clark, Bobby Brown and more.

The Dew Tour consists of three marquee events in distinct beach, city and mountain locales, featuring summer sports of skateboarding and BMX, with additional competitions of surf and freestyle motocross; snowboard (superpipe and slopestyle) and freeskiing (superpipe and slopestyle) will be featured at the winter event here in Breckenridge. The Dew Tour events are premium action sports and lifestyle festivals combining the best in action sports competitions along with the Dew Tour Experience and live music performances.

Santa makes an early visit to Breckenridge to lead the procession of Bernese Mountain Dogs to the Blue River Plaza from South Park Ave. and Main St. for the lighting of the Town Tree

Join us as 100’s of holiday enthusiasts of all ages, dressed in festive costumes, race down historic Main Street, Breckenridge. We encourage those who can withstand the thin mountain air to start at the front of the pack, as the top finishers will be awarded Ullr helmets and prize packages. Not a runner? Walk, jog or skip through the 6-block course. Children dressed in holiday costumes are welcome to join their parents in the Santa Race. So come out and show your support, all proceeds benefit the local charity, Adopt An Angel.

From December 2 – December 11, 2016, local businesses serve up their own secret version of wassail. Guests are encouraged to taste at least 12 different types of wassail at 12 different locations and fill their “12 Sips of Wassail Card.” Once the “12 Sips” card is filled out guests can turn them in at the Frisco/Copper Information Center in exchange for a commemorative Frisco Wassail Days mug.

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