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Half Day to Full Day Time to Spend
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  • 3.5Facilities
  • 5.0Atmosphere

If you want to take a scenic tour of Breckenridge, Copper Mountain and Frisco, cycling the 14 miles from Breckenridge to Frisco, Colorado, on the Vail Pass Path is a good way to do it. And because it's a downhill ride, cyclists of all levels can enjoy this ride. 

One traveler suggests bringing along your camera to snap some photos of the scenic views you'll see along the way. Another traveler calls it a "wonderful, low-energy activity" and suggests stopping at the Copper Mountain gas station for a cup of coffee and a restroom break. 

You can access the path a number of ways, including at the Frisco Marina or Frisco's West Main Street parking lot, where you can cycle toward Breckenridge. If you'd rather rely on a tour operator to handle the logistics, there are a number of options, including Charter Sports and Alpine Sports, which can set you up with bikes and transport to the trail. Most tours include round-trip transportation from a handful of Breckenridge hotels. Access to the trail is free year-round. For more information, visit Summit Biking's website

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#1 Main Street

The galleries, shops, bars and dining establishments along Breckenridge's Main Street have lined the street for more than a century, and are a great place to stop for a meal, a drink or some souvenirs. Local favorites include Park & Main, which specializes in breakfast, sandwiches, espresso and wine, and Empire Burger, one of the best burger spots in town. To see a play, visitors can head to Main Street's Backstage Theatre

Although a charming central street is not necessarily unique to Breckenridge, one recent reviewer calls the town's Main Street "one of the best." With shops that appeal to people of all budgets, Main Street accommodates a variety of travelers. However, more than one person recommends making sure your parking meter is topped up; otherwise, you'll likely get a ticket. To avoid worrying about feeding a meter, utilize the free underground parking provided for customers. You'll also find a handful of hotels on Main Street – a perfect place to hang your hat if you like being in the center of the action. For more information, visit Main Street's website

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