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Breckenridge

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Moose Boulder 
Peak 9 Boulder, The 
Raspberry Boulders 
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Nearby Mountain Bike Rides

Oro Grande Trail
Rolling trail overlooking the north end of Dillon Reservoir. An excellent late season ride. Near Silverthorne, CO
Western Sky
Connector trail between Slalom and Prospect Hill Road above Gold Run Road Near Breckenridge, CO
Barney Ford
Fun climb or descent in the heart of the Breckenridge trail network linking Town to Sallie Barber Rd Near Breckenridge, CO
Blue River Trail
A very fun out and back trail from Breckenridge. One of the best area descents. Near Breckenridge, CO
Prospect Trail
GH 41 - A useful connector within the Golden Horseshoe and an excellent fall ride. Near Breckenridge, CO
Boreas Pass Road
Dirt road following the railroad route between Breckenridge and Como across the Continental Divide. Near Breckenridge, CO
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Breckenridge  


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Elevation: 9,600'
Location: 39.4916, -106.0504 View Map  Incorrect?
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Administrators: Ben Mottinger, Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monomaniac, Kristine Hoffman (sitewide)
Submitted By: Seth Hogan on Aug 14, 2013
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Description 

Breckenridge is generally a ski destination on National Forest land. I am helping to develop what little climbing there may be in the area.

Getting There 

Off I-70, take the Frisco exit and head south on CO Route 9 until you get to Breckenridge.

Climbing Season



Weather station 1.1 miles from here

6 Total Routes

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Broken-In V3 6A  CO : Breckenridge : Raspberry Boulders
This is a pretty sustained problem that eventually leads to Thank God holds up top. It was given its name due to the fact that stuff kept breaking off and well, it broke into place. Good foot work makes this slightly less powerful....[more]   Browse More Classics in CO

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