Breckenridge, Colorado
Hiking Tours!


At Your Pace Freestyle Cycling Adventures

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Bike Colorado on your terms, relishing beautiful Rocky Mountain scenery along meticulously planned routes on quiet roads. Enjoy breathtaking mountain vistas, national parks, pastoral farms and vineyards, or explore the sites of Denver with At Your Pace, regional experts in self-guided cycling and adventure tours. We offer Bikes & Brews Tours, Wine Tours and even multi-sport adventures pairing biking with activities like horseback riding, hiking, river rafting, zip line tours and more. Reunions, team building groups, families welcome! Group discounts available


Frisco Adventure Park - Summer

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GO TO: Frisco Adventure Park

The Frisco Adventure Park is the ideal summer or winter basecamp; boasting a tubing hill, beginner ski/ride hill, Nordic center, horse drawn sleigh rides, a free bike park, free disc golf course, free skate park and chuck wagon rides, as well as a beautiful 4,000 square foot day lodge. The Park sits on the Frisco Peninsula, which is public land under the stewardship of the Town of Frisco and the United States Forest Service. The Peninsula plays host to miles of skiing, snowshoeing, hiking and mountain biking trails, and summer lakeside camping is also available on the portion of Peninsula under the care of the Forest Service. An ice cream cone, lovely meal or concert in the park on Frisco’s charming Main Street are located just a few minutes’ drive or bike ride from all of these outdoor adventures.


Breckenridge Recreation - Guided Wilderness Hikes

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GO TO: Guided Wilderness Hikes

Our guided wilderness hikes are available in summer only. Looking for an expert to teach you about the flora and fauna of the local forests? Want to learn about the natural or cultural history of this beautiful mountain paradise? Then join our professional guides on our weekly hikes throughout the Breckenridge backcountry. From easy to difficult, these hikes entice your senses and teach you all you ever wanted to know about the high alpine landscape.

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