Breckenridge Area Hidden Gems For Your Next Colorado Vacation

By Caitlin Row | Monday, August 12, 2019

Explore Breckenridge like a local with these fun tips! Bookmark this blog for your upcoming trip.

Frosé at Carboy

Cool off with icy frosé at Carboy Winery in Breckenridge. This fruity beverage is perfect for a summer party! Frosé drinks are $8. Also order a charcuterie plate for the table and sample a Carboy wine flight. Carboy is located at 103 N. Main Street, right next to The Gold Pan Saloon.

To learn more about Carboy, visit carboywinery.com/breckenridge.

Yoga with Meta Yoga Studios

Even if you're visiting, a yoga class with Meta Yoga Studios in Breckenridge is a fun way to pass the time. The Breckenridge Yoga Festival, sponsored by Meta, is coming up on Saturday, August 31, and will run through Sunday, September 1. Regular classes include Fit + Flow, Heated Sunrise Vinyasa and Hot Power Flow, to name a few. The studio is located at 118 S. Ridge Street in Breckenridge.

To learn more about Meta Yoga, visit metayogastudios.com.

Paint with Ready, Paint, Fire!

Ready, Paint Fire! Art Studios, located at 323 N. Main Street, offers open studio hours and special classes for adults and children. Ceramics projects are kiln-fired overnight. Art and Mimosas is currently offered on Sundays. A sister studio in Keystone is also available for bookings in the summertime.

To learn more about Ready, Paint, Fire! Art Studios, visit readypaintfireco.com.

Live Music at RMU

Rocky Mountain Underground in Breckenridge is more than a retail shop and bar; it also features an outdoor venue with lots of live music weekly. Open mic nights, local musicians and fundraisers share the space. It's also used as a meeting space for group bike rides. RMU is located at 114 S. Main Street.

To learn more, visit rmuoutdoors.com.

And with that ...

We'll see you in Summit County!

Photo (above): Frosé at Carboy Winery

About the Author Caitlin Row
Caitlin is a High Country local. She loves to ski, play in the snow (preferably with her dog) and taste all Summit County has to offer.