6 of us ranging from ages 66 to 7 went rafting and we had a blast. It was so hot, but the water is so cold here that it made up for it. We had such fun and even bought the pics they took. Good guides---they were giving us the history, geology, and showing us animals too.
I have been going here for over 25 years. It is a tiny place with limited parking and the line may be out of the door, but it's worth it to go in. Ice cream and all kinds of candy---it's blast from the past.
Tiny, but well loved. Order a magnum, excellent chili (but the hot is hot), excellent grafitti in the men's room (or so my husband tells me).
We went with 2 families for brunch. Everyone ordered something different and everybody enjoyed their meal. Mixed drinks were good, although a bit steep in price.
A quicker version of many rides offered. Open cars which allow for complete views of the surrounding mountains. Beautiful. A bit noisy
This store is small, but has a huge selection in every price range. My husband got a great pair of Ray Ban's here.
This store is one of our favs. they have rocks and gems, maps and books, toys and other gift ideas. There is something for our whole family.
Whenever we are in Breck, we go here with the kids. They have a section where the kids can play. They offer all kinds of toys, many educational. We have found wonderful board games and puzzles here plus small items for less than $2 too.
We eat here on our way to Breck from Denver. Tasty brats and kraut. Good Strudel too. The owners are friendly and don't mind if the kids want to bring in pizza from next door while the grownups eat. Cash only though
Old building in Breck. Great, hearty breakfasts (the biscuits and gravy were so good). a dose of history while you are there.