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Summit County Spas have something for everyone

Brad Odekirk
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For those looking for a relaxing and rejuvenating experience put the Spa and Athletic Club on your itinerary. An intimate, full service establishment, the Spa at Breck offers body treatments, facials, and massage. Spa customers have full access to the many amenities which include a hot tub, cardio room, steam rooms, sauna and indoor swimming pool.

Massage treatments range from traditional Swedish massage to Reiki, a Tibetan healing art, as well as, the Hawaiian Lomi Lomi and hot rock therapy. They also offer package specials which combine facials, body treatments and hot tub, sauna and steam room time.

This downtown Breckenridge spa is located on Main Street. Sit down next to the fireplace and prepare to feel energized and relaxed.



Body treatment offerings include Thalassotherapy-a soothing soak in sea minerals, Aromatherapy treatments, exfoliation treatments, cellulite treatments and a detoxifying seaweed wrap.

Finishing touches include waxing, tinting and make up application. Adds ons range from hydrotherapy, eye treatment, LaStone sinus treatment, aromatherapy and a back treatment designed to exfoliate, hydrate and cleanse.



This historic lodge offers full spa treatments designed to help your body forget the past and meet the future head on. Massages range from 25 to 80 minutes. Facial treatment offerings include: intensive hydrating, white herbal clay, aromatherapy, artic algae and Vitamineral power. Facials are offered in 25 and 80 minute sessions.

Body treatment services include a rejuvenating foot treatment, Chinese herb skin treatment, an aloe vera rehydrating wrap and a detoxifying herbal linen wrap.

The spa also offers a weight room, circuit machines, steam rooms and a tanning bed among others.

No matter what spa you choose you are sure to find professional staff, wonderful atmosphere and a sense of serenity. Feelings of rebirth will soon follow


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