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A final collection of photographic souvenirs from Monica Prelle’s fall trip to Breck.

Before I visited Breckenridge in late September, it was one of those ski towns I’d heard of but didn’t think I needed to check out. I live in my own mountain town in California, and most of my travel time is spent at the beach.

But after just a few days, I realized, I could see myself here: There’s epic mountain biking, world-class fly fishing, the highest chair lift in North America, and the people are, well, my kind of people.

[Editor's note: Monica was a guest of GoBreck on this trip.]

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About The Author

Monica Prelle

Monica Prelle is a freelance writer and the Camping guide for She loves snow, surf, single track, high fives and ice cream. @monicaprelle

  • Matt Krane

    bad jokes and magnifiers? I resemble that remark!

    • Guy Natanel

      Ah yes, I miss those bad jokes to be honest… Not that they’re that bad, of course…

    • Erica Ragusa

      haha any publicity is good publicity

    • Susan Overson

      These pictures make me homesick for Summit County. I left because . . . . . ? ? ?

  • Town of Breckenridge

    Great photos of our special little burg – thanks for visiting & sharing the pictures.

  • Grant Dickerson

    What kind of camera did you use for these?

    • Monica Prelle

      Hi Grant, these were mostly shot on an iPhone, but some were from a Nikon D90 and transferred to Instagram.

  • Abbie Mood

    LOVE Breck – Summer or Winter :)

  • GoBreck

    We second that!

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