Snowshoeing

Snowshoeing is a great way to take in the beautiful views of the Breckenridge area and enjoy some peace and quiet in the snow. We invite you to come and take a respite from your daily life and take a moment and come and listen to the “quiet” of the wilderness. 

There is no better way than snowshoeing to explore the intimate corners and enjoy the trails with unparalleled views.  Remember to keep your eyes peeled for wildlife that includes moose, elk, deer, fox and more.

Snowshoeing is an economical, eco-friendly way to get outdoors and explore the beauty and solitude of Colorado’s wilderness in winter. Snowshoeing does not require any technical ability, years of training, or expensive gear and lift tickets.

Whether you want to stay on groomed trails at one of Breckenridge’s nordic centers or explore the backcountry, Breckenridge has a lot to offer for anyone interested in snowshoeing, no matter your experience or ability level.

Breckenridge Nordic Center

If you’re looking for an unforgettable winter journey into Breckenridge Colorado’s Rocky Mountains try snowshoeing and you’ll see why it’s one of the most popular winter recreational activities in the world.

Come enjoy an experience that will stay with you forever as you explore the 1,400 acres of carefully groomed trails.

Town of Breckenridge Recreation Department

Have you always wanted to try snowshoeing, but didn’t know where to start? Or are you a seasoned explorer in search of some new trails? The Gold Run Nordic Center offers great snowshoe trails, equipment rentals and guided tours the whole family can enjoy.

The snowshoe trails in town are clearly marked on the towns trail map. We offer snowshoe trails for all ability levels, from beginner to advanced; in addition, snowshoe rentals and guided tours are available.

There are experienced naturalist guides to add to the experience, with a broad knowledge of local ecology, natural history, and wilderness skills.