Learn about how you can enjoy a reasonably-priced skiing vacation at one of the leading ski resorts in North America.

Getting an Affordable Vacation at the Breckenridge Ski Resort

The Slopes of the Breckenridge Ski Resort


Located in Summit County is the Colorado town of Breckenridge Ski Resort, which claims to have received almost two million skiers each year, with denizens, out-of-state travelers and international visitors skiing its slopes annually.

However, since it is recognized one of the world’s top five skiing destinations and is almost always included in the Top 10 best US resorts by SKI Magazine, the Breckenridge Ski Resort could make you break the bank with merely a two-day vacation.

Hence, Seth Kugel of the NY Times Travel blog, Frugal Traveler, gives several useful pieces of travel advice on how to save money and spend only around $800 during a two-day skiing trip to this premier ski resort (“Rocky Mountain Low: Cut-Rate Colorado”).

Below is a preview of his travel blog post:

The best lodging option in the resort towns was fairly obvious: the Fireside Inn, Breckinridge’s odd combination hostel and bed-and-breakfast run by the English expats Niki and Andy Harris and patrolled by their gentle poodles Gaspode and Angua. Hostel beds cost $31, and my early-season price for a compact but cozy private room was just $75 plus tax, with a pancakes-and-eggs breakfast and excellent and plentiful French press coffee. (Upstairs, rooms with private bathrooms start at $113.) The price edges up as the season goes on, but not by much.

So contact us now to get started with your next skiing trip!

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