It’s been a super busy summer for Breckenridge Real Estate, but we did find a bit of time to take clients to some of our favorites, which you can see in videos in this post titled Fall Hiking Near Breckenridge.
There are many places to see the trees change colors, and once they’re finished up high near Breck, you can travel around the state for an additional few weeks to get other locations changing. We tend to change the earliest and other lower elevations take longer than we do. So, bookmark this post to revisit next summer and make a plan to travel around and see the colors.
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Aspen Alley in Breckenridge
Probably the most popular trail for viewing the aspen trees is the aptly named “Aspen Alley” trail in Breckenridge. A winding uphill trail will connect with Boreas Pass road, another popular spot for panoramic views of the Blue River valley while meandering through a short, yet dense tunnel of aspen. Go mid-week for less crowds on both of these trails. Folks were wearing masks too, as the trail is narrow at times.
French Gulch in Breckenridge
Another popular hiking and mountain biking area in Breck are the trails in the French Gulch area. An easy way to check out the trees is to simply drive or mountain bike up the main road. Single track trails line both the north and south side of the valley for exploring. Historic signage can be found near points of interest along the way.
Exploring Salida and Steamboat
We really didn’t go anywhere since COVID came around, but we finally took some quick overnights around the state. One night near Salida and another night at Steamboat. We took our bikes to Salida and then soaked in the hot springs. At Steamboat we did a long hike to Fish Creek Falls. We sat outside on the large deck at Aurum and felt safe, with river views of the Yampa.
We are advocates of being as safe as possible, and we do adhere to the strict mask and gloves protocols when previewing and showing properties to clients in Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Dillon, Keystone, Frisco and Silverthorne. We also work with property management companies to make sure properties aren’t occupied when scheduling showings.
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