The first signs of winter are upon us … Snowy Peaks!
It has been an amazing fall foliage viewing year. I sincerely hope you had a chance to get a few rides in to enjoy the burnt orange and multiple shades of yellow. There is still a little time … this weekend might be the last.
October is the month to enjoy a break from your intense summer riding schedule. Pick a sunny day and plan a ride with your significant other or with the family.
What’s Happening in October?
Withe riding winding down locally, here is a list of some alternative activities. Don’t miss the Sixth Annual NorthFace Speaker Series, October 4th from 7:30 to 9:00 benefiting the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center. Skier Sage Cattabriga-Alosa tells the story behind his adventures in the film ‘A Light Dose.’
Did you have a chance to Breckcreate at the Opening of the Breckenridge Arts District? October is a great time to check out all of the creative options from Ceramics to Sugar Skull Decorating and Pumpkin carving for Adults … just in time for Halloween!
The Breckenridge Craft Spirits Festival, October 24th -26th features a Poker Run, Historic Saloon Walk, Breckenridge Distillery Tours, Honey Gitters live show at the Gold Pan and Hangover Brunch.
October can be a great time to escape Summit County to warmer climates and extend the riding season!
- The local favorite, Moab, Utah (video by Drone) aka Breckenridge West. Still … you can’t beat the scenery or the riding scene.
- Believe it – Pueblo, Colorado! Good riding, cheap and warm. Check out this little video of riding at Lake Pueblo State Park.
- Stay close to home and visit one of my favorite places; the Banana Belt of the Rockies, Salida, Colorado
Enjoy, Relax and have Fun. You need this break …
As always, I would love to hear from you with comments, suggestions and ideas. I appreciate you taking the time out of your busy day to read this useletter and want to make it information you look forward to reading.
Get out and enjoy it!
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— Everything Biking in Breckenridge 🙂