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Guided Tours & Activities In Breckenridge

There are a ton of outdoor activities and adventures to enjoy in Breckenridge which means there is a good chance you’ll want to try something for the first time while you’re out here..While there are a lot of benefits and excitement involved in trying something new, it can also be intimidating.  Questions like how will you know where to go, how do you stay safe, and what gear do you need, are sure to pop-up.   Although there are a lot of great resources to help you try a new activity for the first time, nothing can compare to the first-hand knowledge, details, and know-how a guide can offer. Go with a local with these awesome guided adventures.

8 ways to go with a local

1. Snowmobile & Dog Sled Tours

This popular snowmobile tour will take you to Georgia Pass, ending up on top of the Continental Divide at 11,585 feet above sea level!

Explore the backcountry and create unforgettable memories with the amazing team at Good Times Adventures. Each dog sledding tour or snowmobile tour provides a safe, interactive and experiential ways to explore the trails. Taking in the mountain views, cruising behind a team of dogs and cheering on others in the group as you each take a turn in the driver seat is a once in a lifetime experience.


2. Guided Hikes

Group of hikers on the Reiling Dredge Trail in Breckenridge

Whether you’re interested in history, wildflowers, waterfalls or scenic views, there’s a hike for you in Breckenridge.

Guided hikes are a perfect way to add a fun educational component to hitting the trails and explore new areas.   Many guided hikes in the area cover local history, forestry, wildlife, wildflowers, safety as well as technical skills for hitting the trails year-round.  Guided hikes are offered yearround and are a great way to meet new friends while exploring Breckenridge’s extensive trail system.  Learn about guided hikes offered in Breckenridge.

3. Bike Tours

People Fat Tire Biking in Breckenridge in the winter

Ride through historic downtown Breckenridge or find a nearby trail to explore!

Fat Bike Tours
Discover the best points of interest and Breckenridge history with Ridden, as you casually roll through town on a high performance fat bike. Once out of town the real adventure begins as you ride along the scenic Blue River Rec Path. Stops include Broken Compass Brewery, which provides a causal atmosphere with family style seating. and the award winning Breckenridge Distillery for a tasting and tour.

Mountain & Road Bike Tours
Colorado Adventure Guides takes the guess-work out of your mountain bike adventure. Their experienced guides choose the correct terrain for your ability, fitness level, and overall desires. 2-Hour Mini-tour, Half and Full Day options as well as instructional skills courses and rentals.

Vail Pass Bike Shuttle
Looking to cruise and take in the gorgeous views? Don’t want to spend your whole day pedaling uphill? Opt for a scenic, paved downhill ride via a Vail Pass Bike Shuttle. With many options to chose from, this is sure to be a crowd pleaser for everyone in the family!


4. Guided Fly Fishing Clinics

Explore nearby rivers on a guided fly fishing our

The gorgeous rivers, streams and lakes of Summit County make it an incredible destination for fly-fishing in any season. Outdoor enthusiasts of all ages and abilities can discover the best spots, learn to cast, get your license, and find out where the fish are biting with the help of our local outfitters and guides at Breckenridge Outfitters and Mountain Angler. Both outfitters offer half day, full day and float trip packages for you to choose from as well as priceless local knowledge. The wild and open waters of Colorado can be hard to tame and you can greatly enhance your experience and chances of catching a fish and creating lifelong memories with the help of a knowledgeable local guide.


5. Scenic Snowcat Tours

Experience Breckenridge’s scenic trails from the comfort of a heated snowcat!  The Breckenridge Nordic Center’s scenic cat tour offers guided tours through forested trails of the Peak 8 Nordic Center that are surrounded by wildlife and scenic views. Tours stop at a historic mining cabin to fill guests up on smores, hot cocoa and tales of Breckenridge’s mining history. This tour is perfect for families with small children or guests who’d like to explore mountain trails and scenery in comfort.


6. Guided ATV Tours

ATV tours are available any time of year and are a great way for children and grandparents to explore the mountains.

Adventure awaits. Explore the old mining roads, old mining camps, forested trails, meadows, lakes, and the high alpine of Summit County and the surrounding areas with a guided ATV tour.  Enjoy panoramic views and take in the beauty of the Rocky Mountains while riding or driving an all-terrain vehicle designed to climb rugged terrain and hills with ease. Travel in comfort and style with high-quality machines and experienced guides that will keep you safe and provide an opportunity for an exciting way to travel further into the backcountry. Tours are available in the winter, summer and are a great activity to do with small children and grandparents.

7. Guided Backcountry Tours

Stay safe when you head into the backcountry by going with a pro.

If you like to get away from the crowds, off the beaten path and get into the wilderness, Colorado Adventures Guides has your covered in any season.  In the winter, you can link up with their guides for Backcountry skiing, splitboarding, Nordic skiing, Snowshoe and Peak Ascents. The guides will take you to the best trails and locations depending on your skill level, the snow conditions and activity of your choice.  They can customize your experience and will also keep you safe while traveling in the backcountry. For summer adventures, Colorado Adventure Guides offers hiking, biking, climbing and peak ascents to help you get out, stay on trail, learn about and explore all the mountains have to offer.  They offer a great opportunity to climb your first 14er, learn how to mountain bike, or reach new heights rockclimbing at 9,600 feet.

8. Whitewater Rafting

A rafting boat encounters rapids in the Blue River

Hit the rapids or opt for a relaxing float trip- there’s an adventure for everyone!

Whitewater rafting is one of the best group activities to do in the summer and will make a splash during any vacation. While you can’t actually raft right in Breckenridge, Colorado, it’s the perfect basecamp to kick-off any whitewater rafting trip. Get excited for one of Colorado’s most beloved summer activities- here’s everything you need to know about whitewater rafting near Breckenridge!


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By Breck Editorial
The Breckenridge Tourism Office works to enhance and promote the unique character and experience of Breckenridge as a world-renowned destination resort and to represent, serve and perpetuate the common interest and character of its membership and community.