After three action-packed days in Breckenridge, everyone is probably pretty tired. Send mom or dad out to Clints Coffee House to pick up a few OJ's, coffee and the best blueberry muffins in town! After breakfast, head out and about with your family and make first tracks in our legendary Colorado powder. Let your kids lead you through the woods and discover our excellent tree skiing. Advanced skiers and riders should be sure to catch a ride on the highest chairlift in North America. The new Imperial Express SuperChair reaches 12,840 feet and accesses 400 acres of famed expert and advanced intermediate terrain previously only accessible by a long hike.
For lunch hit up Empire Burger, Breck's first "real" burger joint, located at the south end of Main Street in La Cima Mall. Aside from the obvious, this trendy establishment features hand-cut fries, oh-so-tasty onion rings and chocolate malts that might as well be dessert. Take a break from playing in the snow and paint a mountain memory on the pottery of your choice at Ready, Paint, Fire at the north end of Main Street. You pick your colors and then paint, splash, doodle, dab, stamp, dribble, stencil, or dot your design on your piece.
If there's one restaurant you have to hit while you're here, its Downstairs at Eric’s on Main Street. Quite possibly Breck's best pizza, burgers and rotisserie chicken, Eric’s has it all and then some, including 120 beers with 25 of those on tap. If your crew can handle it, go for the gigantor, a 24-in., 452 sq. in. monster pizza. Get there early as it tends to draw a crowd, but there's an arcade to entertain while you wait. By now, the little tikes have spent the entire trip begging and pleading for a t-shirt, so now is the time to give in. Shirt Off My Back, just across from Eric's, has the best selection of silk-screened and embroidered t-shirts, hoodies and hats. What's a trip to Breckenridge without a souvenir?