23rd Jan, 2013

December Snow Draws Guests to Breckenridge Homes Condos Shops

Twenty-five inches of snow helped to draw skiers to Breckenridge homes, condominiums, and Summit County real estate during the early portion of the 2012-2013 ski season.  In fact, all of Summit County experienced good business at the end of 2012, including revenues and sales. The County includes the small towns of Frisco, Silverthorne, Dillon, Breckenridge and Keystone CO real estate.

Breckenridge Ski Resort posted a steady number of skiers, according to a financial report by Vail Resorts.  Vail Resorts operates Breckenridge Resort, Keystone Resort, Vail Resort, and Beaver Creek Resort.

Condominiums and homes in Breckenridge and other accommodations along Main Street in historic Breckenridge offer a glimpse of the vibrant winter activities in Summit County.  Set in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, the year-round recreational haven is conveniently located an hour and a half from the Denver International Airport.

Summit County annually welcomes locals, Front Range residents, and visitors from America and around the world to its four major ski resorts.  They include Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, and Arapahoe Basin.

People come to Breckenridge and Summit County for more than skiing and snowboarding.  Many enjoy cross-country skiing, ice skating, and visiting area attractions and, of course, the fine restaurants and cafés, art galleries and shops, and relaxing by the fireside in our extraordinary mountain homes in Breckenridge and elsewhere.

However, Summit County fared better than other areas in the state during the beginning of the ski season.  On January 22, 2013, Caddie Nath’s article in the Summit Daily News reads, “Skier visits at 21 resorts across Colorado fell 11.5 percent during the first part of the season compared to 2011.”  The information was obtained from Colorado Ski Country USA.

For information about buying real estate in our mountain villages, call Barrie Stimson, Breckenridge Realtor® at (970) 390-2560.

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