Hyatt Residence Club Breckenridge, Main Street Station, charming mountain resort
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About Heidi Rustic
We love to travel as much as you do! We are over twenty-five years combined experience with timeshare rentals and are licensed brokers, so you can confidently reserve through us. We've visited dozens of countries and hundreds of resorts in search of the best vacations. Highly rated by the BBB and Dun and Bradstreet.
Why Heidi Rustic chose Breckenridge
Amazing hillside haven, Hyatt Residence Club Breckenridge, Main Street Station is surrounded by year-round alpine adventures and world class skiing and just moments from downtown Main Street with shopping, restaurants, entertainment and more. Summer: Free fly fishing lessons, wine and cheese functions, swimming and fitness center. Winter: Skiing, ice skating, Nordic Skiing, Snow shoeing, hiking, wine and cheese functions, swimming and fitness center. Ski Valet: ski valet and bike storage on the lower level of the Pioneer Club.
What makes this Studio unique
Room service available from: Quandary Grille & Taddeo’s Ristorante Italiano Restaurants, Bars & Grills within walking distance: Mi Casa Mexican Restaurant- .2 miles Breckenridge Brewery- .2 miles Heart Stone Restaurant- .4 miles Downstairs at Eric's Sports Bar & Grill- .4 mil Exclusive Pioneer Club & Bar- .5 miles
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Breckenridge summer vacation
Wonderful property, wonderful location. Many things to do there and a nearby areas. The condos are great, highly recommend it
Many thanks for sharing your experience! We find that the resort is ideal for because of all the activities, roomy villas, amenities and proximity to the best dining, shopping and attractions.
We truly appreciate you trusting your vacation to Concierge Realty! We welcome the opportunity to assist you once again.
1. Cross Country Skiing
Visit one of our two Nordic Centers for beginner to advanced groomed trails and experience “the other skiing.” Lessons and rentals available at both centers.
2. Dog Sledding
Experience rushing through the snowy woods on a sled pulled by a team of magnificent sled dogs. The entire family can experience this unique winter activity.
3. Historical Tours and Museum Visits
Spend time in the Barney Ford and other historical buildings on a guided tour with the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance. The Alliance offers tours with reservations in the winter.
4. Hot Air Balloon Rides
Ranked as #18 of 50 things to do in your lifetime by the NBC Today Show, take to the sky in a hot air balloon and discover the magic of the mountains from a spectacular viewpoint. Balloon rides are available in the winter and summer.
5. Climb to the top of Quandry Peak
And brag that you've bagged a 14er.
6. Fly Fishing
Fishing in the winter? You bet! We fish year-round in the Rockies – the winter weather just adds an exciting element to the sport. Guided trips are available.
7. Ice Skating
Glide gracefully on Maggie Pond at the Village at Breckenridge, or enjoy two Breckenridge Ice Rinks, a year-round indoor and a seasonal outdoor.
8. Mine Tours
Experience a guided adventure over 1,000 feet below, in a century old, authentic gold mine. The Country Boy Mine conducts tours underground in the winter. Reservations required.
Shop to your heart's delight on Historic Main Street Breckenridge with over 200 boutiques, galleries, and clothing and gear stores.
10. Starlight Dinners at TenMile Station
Get whisked away by sled to the top of Breckenridge mountain where the best Colorado cuisine awaits you. Enjoy a warm, cozy atmosphere at TenMile Station - far away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
11. Sledding at Carter Park
Sledding back home will never be the same after a ride down the hill in Carter Park.
Take one of these machines on a guided trip to ghost towns and mining sites or zip along the trails while experiencing the wonders of winter.
Explore many of the meadows or forested glades in the area, or the groomed trails at one of our two Nordic centers. Lessons and rentals are available at both centers.
Breckenridge offers a wide variety of spa services from the basic massage to stone therapy to aromatherapy.
An evening at the Backstage Theatre is an evening of memorable live entertainment - presented in a warm and cozy atmosphere - a Breckenridge tradition for 30 years!
Celebrate winter as a local by entering a team in the annual Ullympics - one of the many events during Ullr Fest, the wacky, weeklong festival paying homage to the mythical Norse god of winter, happening every January in Breckenridge!
17. Art Workshops
Try something different on your ski vacation - like creating hand-made cards or Christmas ornaments, just two of the winter workshops offered by the Arts District of Breckenridge.
18. International Snow Sculpture Championships
Each January, watch as teams from around the world start with a 12-foot-tall, 20-ton block of snow and carve their way down to works of art. Then vote for the prestigious people’s choice award on the closing day.
19. Paint your own Coffee Mug
Create a special souvenir at Ready, Paint, Fire – the local paint-it-yourself pottery shop.
20. Watch your favorite College bowl game
Catch the game at Downstairs at Eric’s with other college football fans from around the country.
21. 'Run Forest, Run!'
Test your Forest Gump knowledge by answering trivia questions at Bubba Gump’s Shrimp Company.
22. Mardi Gras in the Mountains
If Louisiana is too far away, try winning beads at Breck’s version of this popular winter festival. A Main Street procession organized by New Orleans natives highlights the annual Fat Tuesday celebration.
23. Yoga at Carter Park
Stretch and relax inside the clubhouse at Carter Park while it is snowing outside.
24. The Lighting of Breckenridge
The holiday spirit begins with a truly old-fashioned celebration complete with steaming cups of hot cocoa, voices lifting into the night skies with choruses of 'Silent Night', and visits from Santa during the lighting of the town tree in early December, followed by fireworks.
25. Visit the Barney Ford House Museum
An escaped slave who prospered and became a prominent entrepreneur and black civil rights pioneer in Colorado. In 1880, Ford became the first black businessman in Breckenridge when he opened Ford’s Restaurant and Chop House. Admission is free.