Summit County is full of tradition and fun over Easter weekend. From traditional services to egg hunts to brunch, Summit County has something for everyone!
Start early and bundle up for Sunrise Service on the top of Breckenridge’s Peak 9. Catch the 6 am chair at no charge for the experience of this special mountaintop service with unbeatable views of the sunrise. Services begin at 6:30 am.
If the sunrise service is too early, the Church at Agape Outpost offers non-denominational services at 8:30am and 10 am.
If the kids are in the mood to hunt for Easter eggs, head to Peaks 8 and 9 for a morning egg hunt before hitting the slopes at Breckenridge. Want a challenge? Copper Mountain boasts the world’s largest Easter egg hunt hiding over 65,000 eggs over 2,500 acres. Different hunts for different age levels start at a 3 and under hunt in Center Village and range up to an on-mountain hunt for those who are still kids at heart. Copper will even provide free chocolate to the first 800 children to return their eggs. If looking for an official ‘good bye’ to winter, spend the day celebrating Easter and Keystone’s closing day at the Edgewater Cafe with a pre-ski breakfast and egg hunt for the little ones.
If a leisurely Easter brunch is more your pace, reservations at Blue River Bistro are encouraged for their Eggs Southwest or Croque-Madame. Looking for something more laid back? Grab a seat at the Butterhorn Bakery & Cafe, a local favorite for the Frisco Skillet, Eggy Bread, or multiple Frittatas. Want to grab a quick bite before hitting the slopes? Head to the Blue Moon Bakery – choose from items like Bagel & Lox, Spicy Turkey Burrito, and gluten-free French Toast.
Celebrate Easter in Summit County style – enjoying the last days on the hill!