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With Ski Resorts in Limbo, Town of Breckenridge Plans for Alternative Outdoor Winter Activities

Screen-Shot-2020-08-22-at-8.40.45-AM Cyclists pedal through the snow at the Gold Run Nordic Center in Breckenridge in February 2019. Breckenridge Town Council on Wednesday discussed expanding outdoor activities this winter in case people cannot access ski resorts as easily as they have in years past.

At a special meeting Wednesday, Aug. 19, Breckenridge Town Council discussed ideas for winter activities outside of skiing and snowboarding that guests can engage in this year.

As a town with a tourism-based economy, council members are concerned about potential capacity limits at Breckenridge Ski Resort, a major winter attraction. Mayor Eric Mamula said he hopes tourism can remain successful with some of the town’s ideas to add other activities.

“We need to concentrate on the things that we can do something about,” Mamula said. “People are still going to want to come here. … We need to make sure that we’re offering them every opportunity to come here and do some outdoor activities.”

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