is fairly inexpensive and open to all levels, you and your kids can skate in one place without the skill separation other activities can create. With different styles like figure skating and speed skating, everyone can pursue their interests within the bounds of the rink. Plus a trip to the rink with your family is a great way to get outside and exercise while also having fun.
When we say the whole family, we mean the whole family. Ice skating is a relatively low impact, making gliding easy on the joints for grandpa and grandma. However, be sensitive to the safety concerns of older family members, they may feel more comfortable on camera duty!
Stephen C. West Ice Arena
If you’re looking for skating or hockey this is the place for you, the Stephen C. West Ice Arena offers fun for the whole family. Public skating and hockey sessions are generally offered daily. They also offer group and private lessons and equipment rentals are available for all levels of skaters.
They are eager to get you ready so you’ll have a fantastic skating experience in Breckenridge!
If you’re looking for a glorious outdoor experience there are a few options as well.
The five-acre Keystone Lake at Colorado’s Keystone Resort, as well as a smaller rink at Dercum Square in the heart of River Run Village.
And there is also an outdoor sheet of ice, weather permitting. The rink is located on Boreas Pass Road in Breckenridge, next to the historic Boreas Pass trains, and has public skating times and times for public hockey for both the indoor and outdoor rinks as well as skate rentals. EZ Skate Aids are free for beginner skaters.
Maggie Pond in Breckenridge provides immense enjoyment for those who get the opportunity to get on the ice.
This outdoor rink is weather dependent and is located between Main Street Station and the Village at Breckenridge at the intersection of Main Street and South Park Avenue. When it is open, skates can be rented from the Village at Breckenridge.