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 White River National Forest officials reiterate guidelines for E-bikes

Summit Daily News (Summit County)

Sept. 15, 2017- Because of an increase in the use of electric bicycles, or E-bikes, officials at White River National Forest are reminding riders to make sure they know when the vehicles are appropriate.

 The Town of Breckenridge River Park

Summit County Television

Nov 01, 2018- Some lucky kids and town officials got a sneak peek at the new River Park in the Blue 52 neighborhood on October 22, 2018. Anne Murphy, Open Space and Trails Manager, was on hand to talk about how ...

Swan River Restoration Project

Summit County Blogs

Dec 4, 2018- As we close the books on 2018, we are reflecting on another successful year for the Swan River Restoration Project. The past year saw the completion of work on Reach A and the continuation of gravel removal from Reach B.

Breckenridge considers new design on McCain property

Summit Daily News

Oct 7, 2018 - Proposed plan for McCain property. Breckenridge is considering updating the master plan for the McCain property, 128 acres of town-owned ...


Winter grooming begins for Breck, Frisco Recpaths

Summit Daily News

December 8, 2018 - Summit County, the U.S. Forest Service and the towns of Breckenridge and Frisco have partnered to groom the Summit County Recreational Pathway System between Frisco and Breckenridge, a new service that will enhance opportunities for...

 Public MTB Trails have flow

You Tube

August 2018- What's up everyone! We're still in Colorado for this ride of the week number 8. Today we go check out some of the best free to use public MTB trails I've ever ridden! B-Line and Barney Flow are right in Breckenridge above Carter Park.

Embattled Breckenridge troll finds new home

Summit Daily News

March 4, 2019 - Breckenridge’s trailside troll will move into Illinois Gulch this spring when the artist who created the sculpture made of reclaimed wood returns to Breckenridge to build a reimagined version of his work. Town officials revealed...