Author: Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer

Breckenridge: A Town for All Seasons

In many ways, Breckenridge has it all. Adorable Victorian buildings line its bustling streets, every saloon door is a gateway to bygone times, and a top-rated ski resort overlooks this quintessential Colorado village. Given the town’s charm and its proximity to Denver, it’s little wonder that so many people, from Texas to France to Fort Collins, have claimed Breckenridge as their own.

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A Majestic Mountain Spread

On a 200-acre site in Allenspark sits a grand home that offers views from every room in the 4,988-square-foot house. Not to be outdone, the accompanying guesthouse, once a livery, features a mix of rustic décor with high-end finishes.

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The Iconic Trail Ridge Road

Two of Colorado’s most charming mountain towns are located on the east and west entrances of Rocky Mountain National Park. The 48 miles between Estes Park on the east and Grand Lake on the west is one of the most beautiful drives in the world. Only open in the summer, Trail Ridge Road has been called the “highway to the sky,” and only a trip down this iconic road will reveal why.

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