Worth the drive→Ski/snowboard at: Breckenridge. Set in the shadow of Quandary Peak, this former mining town is synonymous with great skiing and boarding. Breckenridge has 2,000 acres for all skill levels, a massive terrain park (think half-pipes and jumps) and the highest chair lift in North America (12,840 feet). A top-notch ski school will get your young ones up to speed. The town itself is filled with good lodging with plenty of deals available. Hint: If you can go in February or April, you’ll save big-time. →Check out: Dog sledding. Not far from Breckenridge is Good Times Adventures, which offers snowmobiling and dog sledding. Handlers teach you the basic commands and how to work the dog sled. Unlike most places, they also give you a chance to drive a dog sled team (not just ride) through a backcountry course. →Dine at: Downstairs at Eric’s in Breckenridge. Good, high-calorie food after a long day on the slopes, featuring specialty pizzas. A laid-back, fun atmosphere with a motif that’s half sports, half ski freak. Eric’s also has a sizable arcade, just the distraction for kids who may get fidgety waiting on dinner. Travel and accommodations provided by Colorado Tourism Office, Denver Metro Convention and Visitors Bureau, Winter Park Ski Resort and Breckenridge Resort Chamber.
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