There is so much to love about this 3 bedrooms, 3 bathroom log cabin rental located in Breckenridge, Colorado. The cabin can accommodate up to 6 guests in this modern, newer log home with a large master bedroom in the loft and two additional bedrooms in the walkout basement. Features at the cabin include a large great room and a modern kitchen with just the right mixture of log and drywall interior. All the amenities of the log home include a washer/dryer, dishwasher, 3 flat-screen TVs, wood stove, radiant floor heating, jetted roman tub, and large deck with breathtaking views of Mt. Lincoln and the Mosquito Range. The cabin is located in a secluded part of Breckenridge, away from all the congestion yet only 25 scenic minutes away from the ski resort and only minutes from some of the best hiking trails in Colorado. The following are just some of the things you can do during your vacation stay in Breckenridge.
Breckenridge is home to world-class skiing and snowboarding, as well as amazing biking and hiking trails. It's a town filled with history, a lively arts, and culture scene, and great shopping and dining. It has 5 peaks, 2,908 skiable acres, and 187 trails at Breckenridge Ski Resort. Like the Matterhorn, Breckenridge’s Peak 8 is immediately recognizable as the signature mountain of the Breckenridge Ski Area. You can take the free gondola to visit Peak 8, the original ski area base village. Since its founding in 1961, the Breckenridge Ski Area has expanded to include Peaks 6 through 10 along with the Ten Mile Range and is consistently one of the most popular ski resorts in the United States. Activities at the Peak 8 base area include the Alpine Slide and Zipline Tours in the summer and skiing and snowboarding in the winter.
Breckenridge has plenty of jaw-dropping mountain vistas that follow you throughout town, with views like no other. During your vacation stay you might head up the Boreas Pass Road, a historic rail line now converted into a road for automobile traffic. Today it offers an easy drive to the top of the Continental Divide, stunning views of the valley, and interesting historic stops along the way. On your way up to the summit, you might take a minute to check out Bakers Tank, which provided water for the steam engine back in the day. Once you get to the top, stop at the restored Section House, which is a ski hut in the winter. The top of Boreas Pass is the Continental Divide, the parting of the waters for the nation. This is a great fall loop drive for leaf peepers and makes for some great snowshoeing and skinning in the winter.
You'll want to explore the hundreds of miles of trails in and around the Breckenridge area. The trails are a great way to experience Breckenridge’s breathtaking beauty. There are hundreds of hiking and biking trails in and around Breckenridge which makes it easy to take part in one of the most popular summer and winter activities. You'll find gentle dirt roads to challenging summits, with a wide variety of options for all types of hikers.