This former Victorian mining town at the base of the spectacular Rockies showcases a lively, all-season après-meeting scene of craft breweries, art galleries, boutique shops, and locally run farm-to-table restaurants. No matter the season, Breckenridge wines, dines and wows attendees with a robust collection of interactive, mountain experiences. Whisk the group off on a sleigh ride dinner under a star-filled sky, taste aging rums, bourbons, and whiskeys at the world’s highest distillery; and sail the pristine waters of Lake Dillon among lush, forested islets. From conference spaces boasting floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking sweeping alpine views to intimate boardrooms warmed by dramatic fireplaces, our Breckenridge venues spark creativity as boundless as their surroundings.
From the tallest chairlift in North America to the unique collection of local boutiques, farm-to-table restaurants and craft beer breweries and taverns on charming Main Street, Breckenridge is where mountain and town come together. With ideal conference spaces and plentiful options for lodging, Breckenridge serves as an inviting backdrop for meetings and events. Whether you have 20 or 200 attendees, you can tailor experiences based on your group’s interests, goals and budget. When it’s time for networking, team building or just plain fun, the spectacular trails, pristine forests and crystal clear rivers in and around Breckenridge present ready made adventure. Group activities include everything from ziplines in the Fun Park and year-round dog sledding to guided mountain biking, hiking and off-road Segway tours.
Total meeting space: 30,400 sq. ft
Largest meeting room: 4,320 sq. ft
Total Guest Rooms: 550
Breckenridge lies two hours west of Denver International Airport and 2.5 hours northwest of Colorado Springs Airport. After arriving at DIA, attendees will hop onto a Colorado Mountain Express shuttle for a stunningly scenic and relaxing drive to Breckenridge, while enjoying complimentary Wi-Fi from CME.
Elevation: 9,600 ft
The Town of Breckenridge offers a variety of shops, boutiques, and art galleries. The town also features the Riverwalk Center, a state-of-the-art recreation center, a 27-hole Jack Nicklaus designed golf course, and a free town- and county-wide transit system. Plus, Breckenridge offers a wide variety of dining for every palate. Visitors can find everything from fine dining to casual dining that is offered in many types of culinary style.
Within Breckenridge we offer 5 unique properties ranging from a full service conference hotel to our luxury ski in/ski out Rock Resort. From hotel rooms, to four bedroom condos and meeting space for 10 to 500 people, we truly can accommodate groups of all sizes and budget needs. Our properties include DoubleTree by Hilton Breckenridge, Village at Breckenridge, Mountain Thunder Lodge, One Ski Hill Place, A RockResort, and Crystal Peak Lodge.
The Village at Breckenridge is a riverside, ski-in/ski-out hotel and resort, ideally situated at the base of Breckenridge and within easy walking distance of charming shops, gourmet restaurants, and other thrilling activities and events. Its 124 fully equipped studios and condominiums and 60 hotel rooms and suites are considered to be in Breckenridge's best location.
One Ski Hill Place, A RockResort, is among the most luxurious accommodations in Summit County. It is ideally located at the base of Breckenridge's Peak 8 and features ski-in/ski-out residences ranging from studios to four bedrooms, plus a bowling alley, rejuvenation center and other exceptional amenities. One Ski Hill Place was built sustainably using the Green Globes rating system.
Doubletree by Hilton Breckenridge offers deluxe accommodations, complimentary shuttle service and easy access to everything Breckenridge has to offer. Its 208 spacious guest rooms boast stunning mountain views and deluxe amenities for an unforgettable stay.
Located in the heart of Breckenridge, Mountain Thunder Lodge features exceptional convenience and service in a rustic mountain setting and offers one-, two- and three- -bedroom suites and townhomes with fine furnishings and warm colors. Each unit has a moss rock fireplace, full gourmet kitchen and private balcony or patio.
Nestled at the base of Breckenridge Ski Resort's Peak 7, Crystal Peak Lodge offers its guests amazing views of the majestic Colorado Rockies and convenient ski-in/ski-out access that is literally steps to the BreckConnect Gondola and Independence Superchair. Offering one to four bedroom condominium suites with full kitchens and living rooms with fireplaces, guests enjoy the quiet elegance of Crystal Peak's mountainside location surrounding by beautiful Lodgepole Pine Trees.
With conference space ranging from elaborate meeting facilities with over 5,000 square feet to modest boardrooms and everything in between, groups of all sizes and budgets will find the perfect setting in Breckenridge to host their meeting. Mountain views and many activities will ensure you have a successful conference and the perfect getaway!
Offering the most stunning and dramatic views in Breck, this unique on-mountain site is the ideal setting for a true Colorado experience. Tucked into the beauty and serenity of the National Forest, featuring an expansive heated patio, this venue captures the true flavor of Breckenridge’s Mining history in its authentic western architecture. TenMile Station offers the ultimate setting for unique summer event.
Laid back and casual, The Maggie is a local's favorite for a fun-filled event. Situated between the Maggie Pond and Breckenridge Ski Resort, and just one block from Main Street, this venue is conveniently located and easily accessible. Offering a large patio with mountain views and spacious interior it is the perfect location for a lively cocktail party, interactive team dinner or casual meeting breakout room.
The Clubhouse serves as the day lodge for the Gold Run Nordic Center and is available for private events offering beautiful views and a great atmosphere. The lounge may be rented alone or with the dining room in either four-hour blocks or for the full day.
The Riverwalk Center is located in the heart of Breckenridge on the banks of the Blue River. The interior of the building consists of graduated rises with removable chairs, enabling a wide variety of seating configurations such as banquet, reception or auditorium seating. During the summer, the Riverwalk Center is also able to provide an open air feeling by opening the clear doors in the back of the facility onto a scenic lawn area.
This restored historical home was built in 1882 for Barney Ford, an escaped slave who prospered and became a prominent entrepreneur and black civil rights leader in Colorado. Each room in the home is dedicated to a different part of Barney’s life. Tent the backyard and this is the perfect spot for a brunch, afternoon tea, cocktail hour or dinner.
The Lomax Mine was an active hydraulic placer mining operation in the 1860s located near Breckenridge’s downtown. Today, peer inside a miner’s cabin, see and feel the original hydraulic mining equipment and even learn to pan for gold. Keep what you find! This is a great spot for a morning or afternoon event with a BBQ lunch, Happy Hour or casual dinner.
Formerly a Livery Stable built in 1880, the rehabilitation consisted of taking the structure apart carefully into12 pieces, pouring a new foundation with in-floor heat, erecting structural steel and then putting the structure back together within 1” of the historic configuration. An innovative glass storefront system was also installed on the interior to exhibit all of the historic walls and allow for year round use. Now a home for printmaking and weekly workshops, this is a very unique and special place to host a cocktail hour or meeting.
Carter Park Pavilion and the surrounding grounds may be reserved for an authentic western barbeque, mountain picnic or casual reception. Your guests can play on the lush grass, sand volleyball or tennis courts. Groups may bring in their own food and beverage.
Converted from an old watering hole, the Backstage theatre brings top-notch performances to Breckenridge. The space offers a cocktail reception area in the front of the building and tiered seating.
Breckenridge offers numerous shops, boutiques, and art galleries. The town also features the Riverwalk Center, a state-of-the-art recreation center, a 27- hole Jack Nicklaus designed golf course, and a free town - and county - wide transit system. The slopes of Breckenridge Ski Resort are consistently ranked among the top ten in the nation. Adventure-seekers can enjoy exciting activities summer and winter in the surrounding mountains. Those with more cultural interests can learn about the town's colorful history by signing up for a jeep tour, mining tour, or walking tour of Breckenridge's historic district. Breckenridge offers a wide variety of dining for every palate. Visitors can find everything from fine dining to casual dining that is offered in many types of culinary style!
Envision yourself poised on a mountaintop with blue skies, fresh powder and crisp, clean air all around you. Take a deep breath; this is pure heaven. Breckenridge Ski Area’s six interconnected peaks offer over 3,398 vertical feet, 27 lifts and 2,999 acres of skiing terrain for all levels.
Spend your day at one convenient location, enjoying the alpine slide, scenic chairlift rides, miniature golf, climbing wall, mountain bike tours, bungee trampolines and Colorado’s largest human maze.
Embrace the Colorado’s backcountry in an open-top road vehicle driven by a professional guide, or rent one yourself. Don’t miss this opportunity to stand on the Continental Divide or tour through ghost towns and historic sites.
Accelerate down the mountain on a thrilling vertical descent, embraced by gravity and momentum with every twist, dive, dip and turn. Through each rounded corner, the mountain expanse unfolds in a blur of trees, rocks and wildlife. The Breck Flyer awakens the senses and leaves you begging for just one more go. It’s a whole new way to ride the mountain.
Enjoy 27 holes of golf in the magnificent setting of the Rocky Mountains at the Breckenridge Golf Club, designed by Jack Nicklaus. Only 20 minutes away you can enjoy four additional world class courses. Fly Fishing: Learn the art of reading the water, casting, hooking, landing and releasing beautiful Colorado trout. Lessons, gear and guided trips are all available at numerous locations.
Hundreds of trails are spread throughout Breckenridge, ranging from peaceful scenic dirt roads to thrilling single tracks. Reserve a spot on a guided tour through Breckenridge Sports for a hassle free trip. Packages include everything you need from bike equipment to a professional guide. If you’re just after the downhill thrill, catch a shuttle ride up Vail Pass!
* Weather permitting
Our local partner CBST Adventures has a multitude of unique team building activities and can create or tailor any program to meet your needs. They have done events such as 4x4 Adventure series, Summer Olympics and Eco Challenge navigation of forest and back-country terrain. Bring your group out and experience activities such as slack lines, river crossings, repelling or rock climbing.
Learn the art of reading the water, casting, hooking, landing and releasing beautiful Colorado trout. Lessons, gear and guided trips are all available at numerous locations.
Experience the world’s highest distillery right here in Breckenridge. Take a tour of the distillery or browse through the tasting room on Main Street. For beer enthusiasts, participate in a nightly excursion to the four great breweries of Summit County and quench your thirst with local craft beers while enjoying personalized tours, private transportation, entertainment and a tasty dinner.
After a long day of activities, what could be better than a soothing massage or body treatment? Dozens of Spas are available throughout Breckenridge for your own pampering experience.
Do you like waterfalls, lakes, wildflowers and all the beauty of nature? Then take a hike on one of Summit County’s infinite number of hiking trails.
Spend a day meandering from local shop to shop and experience everything from our spice shop to fine art galleries and boutique clothing stores. Looking for a deal? Head to the Silverthorne Outlet Stores.
Let your horse do the walking as you ride the Rocky Mountains. Trail rides range from one to two hours; breakfast rides are also
available. The Breckenridge stables are located only 1.5 miles from town.
One of the most charming ways to go through the woods is by draft horse drawn sleigh. Bundle up and be whisked away to a mouth-watering dinner and entertaining show.
Tour the Breckenridge Historic District and capture the colorful gold rush days in the oldest continuously inhabited mining town in the United States.
Imagine yourself with your thumb on the throttle of a sleek, new snowmobile. Visit historic sights as you negotiate turns on this thrill-a-minute ride in our winter playground.
Ride a sled pulled by a team of over-achieving canines. These beautiful dogs will enjoy pulling you through the woods just as much as you’re sure to enjoy trying this traditional method of transportation. You will be amazed at their strength, speed and agility - great for the whole group!
Whether you enjoy sailing, paddling or boating, Lake Dillon is the place for your group to get out on the water. This vast reservoir is full of inlets and islands providing majestic mountain views. Guided sailing and boat trips available.
Explore Colorado’s beautiful rivers by raft. Great for families and groups; beginner, intermediate, and advanced trips available.
Head out into the backcountry to commune with Mother Nature. She’ll reward you for the workout with fresh air and remarkable scenery.
Breckenridge features an eclectic collection of locally-owned and regionally-inspired dining venues, with options for any type of event or budget. Whether you are looking for dramatic mountain views or a location on historic Main Street, our Resort team will help you select the perfect venue and coordinate the details for a memorable event.
Full list of Breckenridge Restaurants
The 9600 Kitchen is a chef-inspired American bistro, using fresh and local ingredients. Serving hearty, traditional dishes in a contemporary casual environment, our chefs take pride in crafting every dish from scratch. With floor-to-ceiling windows and an outdoor patio, groups can enjoy after dinner Smores and a hand crafted cocktail on the deck, while taking in the scenic mountain views. Group reservations are available for up to 30 people or buyouts can be done year round for up to 90 people.
Inspired pub cuisine and the best local collection of Colorado craft liquors and beers fuel the warm smiles at the Park Avenue Pub. Where the mountain meets the town, this venue is the perfect location for a quick lunch, après ski cocktail party, or casual group dinner before you hit town. Group reservations can be made for up to 20 people and buyouts are available year-round for up to 80 people.
The Living Room restaurant and bar offers a slope-side, chic but casual atmosphere with exquisite and upscale cuisine. Located inside One Ski Hill Place, A RockResort, the unpretentious and inviting venue welcomes groups straight off the slopes or after a day of productive meetings. Semi-private group reservations are available for up to 20 people or buyouts are an option year-round for up to 60 people.
Located mountainside on Peak 7 with a large, open air kitchen, complete with wood fired oven, Sevens is a mountain bistro in a modern setting. Whether enjoying the grandeur of the Continental Divide from the floor-to-ceiling windows, or taking in the splendor of the Ten Mile Range from the expansive cocktail patio, you’ll find this location perfect for any event. Large party reservations are available for groups of 10-30 people and semi- or private buyouts can be done for groups of up to 120 people.
Offering the most stunning and dramatic views in Breck, this unique on-mountain site is the ideal setting for a true Colorado experience. Tucked into the beauty and serenity of the National Forest, featuring an expansive heated patio, this venue captures the true flavor of Breckenridge’s mining history in its authentic western architecture. TenMile Station offers the ultimate setting for any summer event or winter on-mountain experience. Semi-private breakfast and lunch bookings are available in the winter and private buyouts can be done in the summer for up to 200.
Located slope-side at the top of the BreckConnect gondola, the TBar features a modern après ski atmosphere. With a high-vaulted timber ceiling, a charming stone fireplace and a large U-shaped bar featuring Colorado craft beers, the TBar is the perfect location for a casual and vibrant event. Enjoy dramatic views of the Ten Mile Range or Continental Divide from the patio situated at the base of Peak 8 of the Breckenridge Ski Resort. Private breakfast and dinner buyouts are available for up to 125 people.
Ski Hill Grill is the perfect venue for large groups looking for a casual summer on-mountain experience. Enjoy a true Colorado BBQ from the large outdoor grill and tasty fresh house-smoked classics from our creative, local Chef. An expansive patio situated at the base of Peak 8 and the Breckenridge Fun Park provides close up views of the Breckenridge Ski Resort and the Ten Mile Range. Events held at Ski Hill Grill can be paired with a private Breckenridge Fun Park experience and can be booked for summer dinner buyouts of up to 300 people.
Perched on Peak 9 at 11,274 feet, The Overlook restaurant is at one of the highest altitudes in Breckenridge. The restaurant’s mid-mountain deck offers breathtaking, panoramic views of Breckenridge below and the surrounding mountain peaks above to the East, South, and West. The perfect place to stop for lunch, The Overlook offers reserved group seating with a private buffet or guests can arrive at their leisure and enjoy a larger selection of house-made dishes such as poutine, ramen and turkey pot pie. Available for lunch ski groups of up to 150 people.
Located at the top of the Colorado SuperChair, the Vista Haus offers a laid back environment with fantastic views of the Continental Divide at 11,000 feet. This Peak 8 restaurant is perfect for winter groups looking for an on-mountain dining experience for both skiers and non-skiers alike. Those on mountain can ride directly to the Vista Haus, while others enjoy a scenic chair lift ride to join the group for lunch. After lunch, stop by the Ski Patrol hut and you might just be lucky enough to see our avalanche dogs in training. Vista Haus is the perfect casual lunch spot for winter groups up to 150 people.
Laid back and casual, The Maggie is a local's favorite for a fun-filled event. Situated between Maggie Pond and Breckenridge Ski Resort, and just one block from Main Street, this venue is conveniently located and easily accessible. Offering a large patio with mountain views and a spacious interior dining room, it is the perfect location for a lively cocktail party or interactive team dinner. Semi-private breakfast or après events are available in the winter and private buyouts can be done in the summer for up to 250 people.