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19 May 2020
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Visting Breckenridge in the Summer of 2020 - Travel Responsibly

The underlying theme this Summer, anywhere you go, will be this: Travel Responsibly and understand the dynamics of the community you're visiting. While we can't wait to welcome you to Breckenridge this Summer we want to offer up some tips and things to think about before you leave your home and head to the High Country. Breckenridge is a high-elevation mountain town with unique health and community challenges. As visitors begin to return, it’s essential that everyone follow physical distancing guidelines and respect those around you. Please read the latest public health updates and reach out to our team if you have questions about local guidelines.

Don't forget your Mask; Breckenridge and surounding communities will be enforcing strict measures that require masks in all public places.

Adhere to Summit County Regulations

In order to the protect public in the Colorado high country, travelers must observe the regulations set forth by the Summit County Health Department:

  • Face masks or coverings must be worn while visiting public indoor spaces or when a 6-foot physical distancing can't be maintained in public spaces
  • Physically distance yourself from others when in public spaces a minimum of 6 feet
  • Wash your hands often
  • Stay home when you're not feeling well

Keep in mind that these measures are in place to protect our community as well as our visitors. Please read the latest public health updates and reach out to our team if you have questions about local guidelines.

Summit County Public Health

Plan Ahead

Limiting the need to visit our local grocery stores helps lower your impact on the community and reduces your exposure to others. We recommend planning ahead and by bringing many of the supplies and provisions you think you may need during your stay, if possible. Just as where you live, items in high demand, such as toilet paper, hand sanitizer and disinfectants may also be in limited supply here - so if you are able to bring these types of items, we would encourage it.

Here is a list of supplies we provide for your stay

  • Starter supply of toilet paper, paper towels & trash bags (this starter supply usually gets you first the first 3 to 5 days, depending on your group size)
  • Laundry Detergent, Dishwashing Soap & Detergent, Disinfecting Products
  • Facial tissue
  • Personal Care Amentities: shampoo, conditioner, lotion & locally made bar soap

Items you may want to pack to avoid multiple grocery store visits

  • Sunscreen
  • Additional paper goods such as paper towels and toilet paper

Keep Your Distance from Others Not in Your Group

Everyone's become more sensitive about their personal space in these times. Please be extra courteous and maintain a safe distance from those you're not traveling with. When entering a business, it’s important to adhere to crowd control regulations. It’s also a good idea to limit your time in crowded spaces and resist the urge to gather at trailheads and other popular locations. All retail stores have limits on how many individuals may enter the store at one time, please be patient and understand this is a new way of life for all of us - our community is so excited to welcome travelers back and we're doing everything we can to make things as effecient as possible while keeping guests and residents safe.

Leave No Trace

We all love the open spaces around Breckenridge. Please do what you can to keep our mountains clean and litter-free. Use leave no trace ethics, and pack out all trash. Let’s all keep Breckenridge beautiful for many years to come.

See You in Breck

Thank you for learning about how you can do your part to travel responsibly in Breckenridge. We’re looking forward to a brighter future and we all can do our part if we work together.