Breckenridge Area Trails

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Breckenridge Area Trails

Postby JagerDog » Fri Aug 10, 2012 3:05 pm

A buddy and I are planning on riding Kenosha Pass to Breckenridge on Saturday, stay in Breck that night and either ride back to Kenosha or riding a different trail in the Breck area on Sunday. Are there any 20-30 mile trails in the area that shouldn't be missed? We plan to hit the Copper Triangle at some point, but probably not this weekend.
Has anyone rode Breck to Kenosha? Is it worth it? I would guess so. We've done Kenosha to Georgia Pass and back via Jefferson and it was awesome.
Any trail suggestions would be great!
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Re: Breckenridge Area Trails

Postby John Fisch » Fri Aug 10, 2012 6:52 pm

You may as well just do the next section of the CT -- Breck to Copper.

The other "biggie" is the Wheeler or Miner's Creek Trail
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Re: Breckenridge Area Trails

Postby bulfers » Tue Aug 14, 2012 3:03 pm

There is a pretty nice network of trails which are accessible right from Breckenridge itself so if your also looking to spend sometime in town I would recomend just getting a map and planning some loops. There are a few pretty awesome trails that pick up from French Gulch Road, however you would have to connect a few trails to get up to 20-30 miles. There is also a bikeshop on the north half of main street that has never steered me wrong on trail recomendations.

Also if you are a fan of Bourbon in particualr or Whiskey in general there is a small micro-distillery on the north side of town (aboout 2.5 miles from the center of downtown) called, oddly enough, Breckenridge Distillery. They make a pretty awesome Bourbon and will gladly give you a tour of their rather small operation. They also have a store in the middle of downtown just off the riverwalk.
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