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Not sure what to pack before heading out to the Rocky Mountains?  Here are a few tips that may help create peace of mind when leaving the house for your vacation.  

What season are you visiting Breckenridge Colorado? 

What to pack depends on the time of year.  To get an idea of what the Breckenridge weather consists of, feel free to read more on our Weather and What to Expect page.  In the meantime, here are some ideas. 

Winter & Spring Travel -  Ski/snowboard jacket, ski/snowboard pants, helmet, ski goggles, gloves or mittens, ski socks, warm mid-layers (wool is best fo cold weather), winter cap or ear warmers, warm jacket for walking around town, daypack, snow boots, sunscreen, lip balm, swimsuit for end of day hot tub soak 

Summer Travel - Light coat or windbreaker, rain jacket, hiking pants, hiking boots, hiking socks (wool), umbrella, swimsuit, insect repellent, sunscreen, baseball cap or visor, daypack, lip balm

Fall Travel - Warm coat, rain jacket, hiking pants, hiking boots, hiking socks (wool), umbrella, swimsuit, insect repellent, sunscreen, baseball cap or visor, warm beanie or ear warmers, lip balm

Trip Essentials 

Don't forget the common items that are so part of everyday routine. 

Can't leave home without - Wallet, credit cards, cash, plane tickets, driver's license, passport, phone charger, required medication 

Outdoor Requirements - Sunscreen, lip balm, insect repellent in warmer months, umbrella during summer and fall, daypack for hiking activities, swimsuit because every home comes with it's own private hot tub 

To Complete Your Luxury Chateau 

While we provide most of what you need during your stay, there are those few odds and ends that are more personalized and distinct to each individual and group.  

Kitchen - Any food related groceries, recipe ingredients (spices, oil, flour, etc.), coffee, cream sugar, beer, wine, cocktail mixings, liquor 

Bathroom - Preferred shampoo, preferred conditioner, personal lotion; facial cream, soap, etc., toothpaste, toothbrush, floss, q-tips, cotton balls, make-up pads, personal toiletries, deodorant, hair brush, razors, shaving cream, bandaids, contacts and/or glasses 

Don't Forget Your Furry Friend (In dog friendly homes)

Dogs are part of the family.  If you are traveling with a furry companion, don't forget them when preparing for your journey. 

For the dog - Food, food bowl, water bowl, pick up baggies, doggie first aid kit, leash, chew toy, doggie sunscreen, required vitamins or medications