Planners can find Breckenridge, Colo.‘s best values from now through November. The historic mountain town is a year-round destination, depending on whether you favor skis or hiking boots.
If Breckenridge is in your plans, wildflower hikes, sunset golf and high-mountain four-wheel drive tours might entertain or help your attendees team-build. Other options:
TEA TIME. A Victorian tea in the historic district can come with a brief history of the town or be used for awards, group photos, opening/closing receptions and VIP events.
DESSERT AS ART. A progressive art walk reception lets groups browse art and history exhibits with a new dessert course at each location. Along the way, attendees can discuss the work with guest artists or do their own make-and-take art project.
ON THE HUNT. Team-building scavenger hunts send groups all around town, from saloons to boutiques, all in the name of history.
EAT WITH YOUR FEET. Dine-arounds take attendees to a series of restaurants for appetizers, entrees and dessert.
GO FOR THE GOLD. In the mid-1880s, the Washington Gold Mine was among the area’s largest. Attendees can go back in time by learning the tricks of gold panning and, perhaps, finding a few flakes to keep along the way.
For details or planning help, contact the Breckenridge Tourism Office HERE or at 888-796-2825.