3,406: Permanent population
(Source: Breckenridge Tourism Office 2009)
Denver Airport - See link below.
Private companies provide Shuttle Bus Services if needed.
Call the Breckenridge Visitor Center or your hotel for further information regarding shuttles.
Call 888.697.7824 to book through Breckenridge Central Reservations.
From Denver, visitors drive 98 miles (159 km) west via I-70, then take exit 203, Highway 9, south to Breckenridge nine miles.
From Colorado Springs, visitors drive 110 miles (178 km) west through South Park and over Hoosier Pass, or via I-25 to C-470 to I-70.
Free public transportation is available around Breckenridge via the Breckenridge Free Ride and via the Summit Stage around Summit County.
Please visit the Breckenridge website for further details. We have listed the web link in our 'Official City+Tourism Links' section further below.
Breckenridge is located two hours west of Denver International Airport. It is easily reached via I-70 West.
The town is also 2.5 hours northwest of Colorado Springs Airport. The scenic drive crosses the Ute, Wilkerson and Hoosier passes, all well-maintained year-round.
Base: 9,603 ft./2,927 m.
Summit: 12,998 ft./3,962 m.
Breckenridge Welcome Center - Located at 203 S. Main Street.
Contact the Breckenridge Welcome Center at 877-864-0868 or 970-453-5579.
Please visit also the Breckenridge Tourism website for further information. We have listed the web link in our 'Official City+Tourism Links' to be found further below.
Breckenridge is recognized world-wide as a destination resort, with the United Kingdom being the number-one international market. The U.K. is followed by Canada, Australia, Germany and Mexico. Central America is emerging as a growing market as well. Nationally, the majority of the out-of-state visitors arrive from Texas, followed by visitors from Florida, Illinois, California, Pennsylvania and New York.
Visitors Per Year in total: more than 3 millions
Skiers: About 1.6 million