Hoosier Pass Loop
Get there: Head south on U.S. 9 from Breckenridge to the top of Hoosier Pass and park at the Continental Divide sign on the right side of the road.
This three-mile loop delivers an alpine experience without having to huff up to and beyond tree line.
Spruce Creek Loop
Get there: Drive south on U.S. 9 from Breckenridge for about 2.5 miles and turn right onto Spruce Creek Road. Look for a trailhead at about 1.2 miles.
A popular cross-country ski trail in the winter, the Spruce Creek loop is a gentle four miles of trail through forest that offers beautiful views of the surrounding mountains.
Get there: This hike heads out of Carter Park, located in downtown Breckenridge, located at 300 S. High St.
You probably won’t work up a sweat, but your heart will race at the views as you you’re your way op the stone steps from Carter Park. You’ll see the entire Tenmile Range and Breckenridge Ski Resort.
Get there: Head to the Snowflake Lift, near the intersection of Four O’Clock Road and Kings Crown Road.This cool and shaded out-and-back covers about one and a half miles. The hike follows the stream at the base of the lift to a reservoir.
Get there: The trail starts at the bottom of the Lehman ski trail at the base of Peak 9 off Village Road in town.
This trail gives access to a range of hiking options. Either pair it with a separate loop, or follow it out for as long as you wish. You don’t need to go far to feel like you’ve gotten away from everything.