Today’s top five things to do in Summit County |

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Breck Open Mogul Competition

Breckenridge, Feb. 22

10 a.m., Breckenridge Ski Resort, 1599 Saw Mill Run Road. Come watch the freestyle kids bash bumps and get air on Peak 9s Peerless Trail. This fun mogul competition is hosted with the Team Summit Freestyle Program for kids and families from the rocky mountain region. (970) 453-5000.

FDRD/Elk’s Breakfast

Silverthorne, Feb. 22

9 a.m. to noon, Elk’s Club, 1321 Blue River Parkway. Friends of the Dillon Ranger District and the Elks Club will be teaming up for the annual Elk’s Breakfast fundraiser. This all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet will include bacon, eggs, French toast, green chile, potatoes, biscuits and gravy, fruit, and bacon. Tickets purchased before the event are $10 and $12 at the door. Children 12 and under eat for $5. For more information call (970) 262-3449, email or pop into the Dillon Ranger District office to purchase your tickets.

Special Olympics

Copper Mountain, Feb. 22

All Day, Copper Mountain Resort, 209 Ten Mile Circle. Copper is proud to be the official winter training site for all Colorado-based Winter Special Olympics athletes as well as the official host resort for the Winter Games. You’re invited to come out to support these amazing athletes.

Snowshoe Tours

Breckenridge, Feb. 22

11 a.m., Gold Run Nordic Center, 200 Clubhouse Drive. The Gold Run Nordic Center offers great snowshoe trails, snowshoe rentals and snowshoe tours the whole family can enjoy. Tours are available 11 a.m. daily. Reservations are recommended. Please call the Front Desk at (970) 547-7889 for more information or to make a reservation. All ages welcome.

Historic Walking Tour

Breckenridge, Feb. 22

11 a.m. & 1:30 p.m., Breckenridge Welcome Center, 203 S Main St. Take a tour through Breckenridge’s Nationally Recognized Historic District with a local expert. Along the way, hear stories about the hardy souls who lived in Breckenridge more than 100 years ago. Reservations not required.

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