Breckenridge CO Trail Map
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Breckenridge is renowned for its skiing and snowboarding, but with an average of 300 inches of snow every year, the area is also a great place for snowmobiles.
There are Plenty of Trails to Play On in Breckenridge, Colorado
Breckenridge's snowmobile trails are located in the White River National Forest and can be accessed from two different directions. Take Highway 9 South and exit on Tiger Road; the parking area is about 5 miles East on the right side of the road. Or take County Road 35 about 3 miles North of Jefferson to Forest Service Road 400 and continue North for another 2 miles to reach the parking area.
Ride up to the Continental Divide and you'll see stunning views of some of Colorado's 14ers. The trails are groomed by a private snowmobile company and frequently used by tour groups, so be prepared to share the trail!
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