Best Fitness in Breckenridge

Looking for the best fitness in Breckenridge? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Breckenridge. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the incredible Outbound community.

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  • Hike to & Stay at Francie's Cabin

    Located at 11,360' and owned by the 10th Mountain Division Hut Association, Francies Cabin was built in memory of Frances Lockwood Bailey in 1994 and is located just a short distance (5 mile drive, 1.05 mile hike) from town of Breckenridge, Colora...

    1.09 miles 1000 ft gain

  • Backpack to the Gore Range's Wheeler and Lost Lakes

    The range offers many remote lakes and peaks which hikers can access from various points of entry. Wheeler and Lost Lakes lie within the boundaries of the Eagle's Nest Wilderness Area.The Gore Trail begins on the north side of the CO-91 pedestrian...

    10 miles 2200 ft gain

  • Camp at Boreas Pass

    Boreas pass is a high mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains that sits on the Continental Divide at 11,481'. Forest Service Road 33 goes over the pass and has numerous campsites all along its length, with several near the summit that feature breatht...

    9 miles 1500 ft gain

  • MTB Boreas Pass

    Boreas Pass is a scenic route that lies between Como (north of Fairplay on Hwy 285) and Breckenridge. It is 21 miles of low maintenance, rough gravel road that follows the Continental Divide and summits at 11,481 feet. Other than the altitude, the...

  • Climb Mount Royal

    To access the trailhead, drive 4 blocks South to the end of 2nd Avenue from Frisco's Main Street. The trailhead is located around 9,075 feet.Being a popular hike, the trail is clear in the summer months and usually populated by boot prints and sno...

  • Ski or Snowshoe McCullough Gulch

    If the snow is not coming to you, you go where the snow is. Breckenridge is a good place to start; this beautiful ski area gets more than its fair share of snow, and is full of stunning trails. Why pay big bucks at one of the Nordic centers, when ...

    6 miles 1300 ft gain

  • Winter Hike to Quandary Peak (14,265')

    Quandary Peak is a popular winter 14er because of its easy access near Breckenridge, its Class 1 designation, and its low avalanche risk. While the access roads to many 14ers are closed in winter, adding extra mileage to an already grueling hike, ...

    7 miles 3500 ft gain

  • Hike to Old Dillon Reservoir

    Today, Lake Dillon is one of the biggest attractions in the Dillon Valley, attracting boaters, anglers, and campers. However, the large reservoir we know today was not the first one in the area.  The Old Dillon Reservoir was built in the 1930s to ...

    1.7 miles 137 ft gain

  • Hike to Lily Pad Lake

    Lily Pad Lake is a well known destination just outside of Silverthorne and in the Eagle's Nest Wilderness. The trail may be heavily trafficked on the weekends, but solitude can still be found in the early mornings or during the weekdays.The trail ...

    3.2 miles 400 ft gain

  • Hike to South Willow Falls

    Start at the Willowbrook Trailhead. You’ll hit a “Y” in the trail pretty quickly - go left and you’ll soon be at the first log bridge. There are quite a few water crossings on the trail, but they are easy to maneuver.After hiking in the Willow Cre...

  • Hike Grizzly Peak at Loveland Pass

    While a typical Colorado hike may be an ascent to your destination followed by a descent back to your car, the hike to Grizzly Peak at Loveland Pass (Grizzly Peak "D") breaks that mold. At 13,427 feet, Grizzly Peak stands in the path to Torreys Pe...

    6 miles 2900 ft gain

  • Snowshoe or Ski Watrous Gulch

    Despite sharing a trailhead with the popular Herman Gulch, I had not heard of Watrous Gulch until I stumbled across it while researching something else. Knowing that Herman Gulch is filled with spectacular views and deep snow ideal for snowshoeing...

    4 miles 1200 ft gain