Other Dog Activities in Breckenridge, CO

There are 3 other dog friendly attractions in Breckenridge. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Breckenridge.

Pet Friendly Breckenridge "BreckConnect" Gondola
Breckenridge "BreckConnect" Gondola Give Fido the chance to see the world from above on the Breckenridge "BreckConnect" Gondola. The Gondola is free to ride for both people and pets and runs from mid-June through mid-September, and all of ski season. BreckConnect glides over a wildlife preserve and to the top of Peak 8 in the Rocky Mountains, making several stops along the way. Leashed dogs are allowed on the Gondola and can explore the base of Peaks 7 and 8. The Breckenridge Gondola is in operation from 8am to 5pm. Parking fees may vary throughout the year. See Details
Pet Friendly Broken Compass Brewing
Broken Compass Brewing Broken Compass Brewing is pet-friendly. There are always pups hanging out at this Breckenridge spot and they’re allowed inside, too. There's no kitchen, but a few restaurants deliver to the brewery. See Details
Breckenridge Nordic Center Breckenridge Nordic Center welcomes Fido on one ski trail and two snowshoe trails. New Nordic World is a dog-friendly 1.2-kilometer cross country ski trail. The two dog-friendly snowshoe trails are the 1-kilometer are Little Red's Run and the 5.5-kilometer Robin's Nest. See Details
Snitching Lady Distillery Dogs are welcome inside Snitching Lady Distillery, a pet-friendly micro distillery in Fairplay, CO. Snitching Lady produces craft whiskies & seasonal brandies aged at 11,600 feet elevation in Carolina Charred Oak. Specializing in small batch Rye Whiskey, award winning Blue Corn, and Bourbon, stop by to sample your spirit of choice. Visitors can also order a seasonal handcrafted cocktail with fresh ingredients, local flavors, and mixed with house-made syrups. See Details
High Country Dogs If you’d like to give skijoring a try, Louisa Morrissey of High Country Dogs, formerly known as Skijor-N-More, offers private, dog-friendly lessons and workshops at area resorts in Colorado. Start with an indoor session on training tips and dog care before heading out on the snow for a hands-on lesson on basic commands and techniques, fun for all vacationers! Check out their website or Facebook page for more information! See Details
Keystone Nordic Center Keystone Nordic Center permits dogs on the dog-friendly forest trails. See Details