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We are excited to host your for your upcoming trip to Breckenridge! The weather has been beautiful for hitting the slopes. Although things have changed a bit here in town, ski slopes, shops and restaurants are still open, on a restricted basis. We do have a few reminders and updates for you:

DINING - We encourage you to take advantage of, and support, our local dining options! Restaurants are open for outdoor dining, and take-out. If you’re planning to stay in and cook, groceries stores are still open throughout Summit County.  We would also encourage you to shop for groceries either where you live (if you are driving) or on the way to Breckenridge as grocery stores will have a capacity limit.

SHOPPING - Retail shops are also open, on a limited capacity. The weather has been beautiful for shopping and exploring Main Street in downtown Breckenridge!

SKIING - Reservations are required for skiing this winter. Breckenridge and Keystone are currently accepting reservations, for epic pass holders. Visit the following link to buy your epic pass, make reservations, and find out more about new procedures for our local ski resorts this winter: https://www.epicpass.com/info/reservation-details.aspx

SAFETY - Masks are still required anytime you are indoors, or outdoors and cannot maintain 6ft of distance. Please remember to wash your hands. Do not travel if you are feeling any COVID symptoms. Group gatherings are limited to one household.

COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH GUIDELINES- There are a few guidelines to be aware of and follow during your vacation implemented by Summit County Public Health to keep everyone safe-

  • Gathering sized is now limited to “one household”, including in lodging properties, and public areas. (a household is defined as those you permanently reside with).
    • If your party cannot travel due to these restrictions, please contact us so we can assist you in modification of your travel plans. 
  • Restaurants will be closing all indoor dining effective 5pm on Sunday, November 22nd. You may only have a table outdoors with 1 household, and restaurants are permitted to do take-out food and alcoholic beverages. Last call for onsite outdoor dining is now 8pm.
  • All retail (critical and non-critical) are limited to 50% occupancy. As a for instance, City Market in Breck can have a maximum of 50 people in the store.
  • Spa and salon services will still be available with 25% occupancy.
  • Gyms are able to be open with 10% occupancy or 10 people, whichever is fewer.
  • The ski resort will remain open with their current reservation system. They will be limited by the dining requirements and will have no indoor dining options.
By providing your name and initials below, you agree to comply with this public health order.  Please have each member of your party provide their name and age below. Providing information about the booking party will also help us with contact tracing in the event of an outbreak of the novel corona virus.  Failure to comply with the order could mean up to a year in prison and $5000 fine for each offense, for each member of your party.

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Summit County is subject to a recent State of Colorado public health order which states that there can be "No more than 10 individuals indoors and/or outdoors from no more than 2 households at short term lodging operations.". By providing your name and initials below, you agree to comply with this public health order. Please have each member of your party provide their name and age below. Providing information about the booking party will also help us with contact tracing in the event of an outbreak of the novel corona virus. Failure to comply with the order could mean up to a year in prison and $5000 fine for each offense, for each member of your party.

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