3 Reasons You NEED an RV Skiing Adventure
We have been coming to Breckenridge, Colorado to snowboard for years. We like the central location, the diversity of the mountain, the laidback vibe and the fact it’s uber RV friendly! We like it so much that we made this little video to help show why you need to take your RV on a skiing or snowboarding, adventure.
So, what did you think? Are you ready to pack up your heaters and head for the snow?
We only spent about 10 days in Breck (this year) and wish we could have stayed for the whole season! Which is exactly what we recommend doing and here’s our top 3 reasons why:
One – Best Bang for the Buck
- Season Lift Tickets – why pay up to $120 a day when you can buy a season pass for as little as $469! It takes the pressure off feeling the need to get in a full day of boarding and gives you the chance to enjoy the mountain at any pace…ya know like leisurely lunches and après ski…without the guilt!
- Season Lesson Passes for Kids and Adults – if you are new to the sport or wanting to up your game, why not pay a little extra and get the season lesson passes. And if you have kids, it’s the best and cheapest babysitting you can buy!
- Great RV Resort – Tiger Run Resort is your only option as an RV’er so luckily their rates are affordable, the WiFi is free, the amenities are in good clean condition and there is a free ride into town every 30 minutes using the Summit Stage.
Two – Comradery
There are lots of full time travelers that make their way to Breckenridge year after year and ones that come for the first time. From pot lucks to ladies night (and guys night) to ski lift rides, I can’t think of a better way to make new friends and spend the winter!
Three – The Town
- Breck started out as a gold-mining camp back in 1859 and almost became a ghost town in the 1960s. Becoming a ski resort in 1961 saved the town and it still has around 350 historical buildings which add to the charm and character of the town.
- It’s refined yet laid back and there is always a festival or event going on for entertainment beyond your powder days. (like the international snow sculpture contest)
- It takes time to get to know the local hangouts (and there are lots) but with all the Apres Ski and worker lunch specials Breck gives plenty of reasons to stick around!
Now of course Breck isn’t the only RV friendly ski mountain out there and you could likely apply these reasons to any of those, Breckenridge is just one of our favorites.
Have you been on a winter RV adventure that we should all know about? Tell us about it in the comments below!
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Disclaimer: We were not compensated to create any of this content. However, we would like to give a big thanks to Go Breck for the great local recommendations,Vail Resorts for helping with our lift tickets, Tiger Run Resort for the hook ups and Charter Sports for the sweet demo boards at a discount.