27 Aug 2019
It may be known for its skiing but Breckenridge offers plenty to do off the slopes - especially if you’re a shop ‘till you drop kind of visitor!
You can’t shop ‘til you drop without a good pair of boots. Located on Main Street in the Town Square Mall, Goods offers clothing and shoes such as Poler, Sorel, Free People, Ugg, Frye, and more. (And yes, they have more than cowboy boots.)
No ski town worth its salt wouldn’t have a decent sporting goods store and Breckenridge isn’t any different. Serving Summit County since 1985, Mountain Outfitters is a service-orientated shop focusing on the right fit for the right adventure. Their staff is excited to hear about your next adventure and help you prepare for it.
The charming Ruby Jane and Valleygirl Boutique on Main Street features unique home goods, furniture, and decor as well as jewelry, clothing, and accessories. The perfect place to find a unique gift to bring home and remember your trip.
Belvidere and Hern offers a one-of-a-kind selection featuring items made in the US, fair trade, handmade or locally crafted. The gifts you’ll find here are more than just souvenirs.
For the visiting pet lovers, For Pet’s Sake is a unique and popular thrift store benefiting homeless pets through Animal Rescue of the Rockies. Run by volunteers, all purchases go towards helping homeless pets in Summit County and surrounding areas.
Bring home a piece of Summit County from Breckenridge Gallery, a curated collection of fine art. Offering a diverse selection of work, Breckenridge Gallery is the longest-running fine art gallery in Summit County.
There is no shopping experience quite like that of a downtown Breckenridge shopping trip among the mountains. Shop ‘til you drop, then kick back and relax at your River Ridge Rentals luxury accommodations – book today!
Photo credit to Breckenridge Resort.