Follow in the footsteps of Colorado's early fortune seekers on an interactive tour of the only real open mine in Breckenridge. Descend more than 1,000 feet (305 meters) underground to explore historic gold mining tunnels and even slide down an ore chute. Out in the light of day, try your hand at panning for gold in the river, and say hello to resident burros during the summer months.
Skip the typical walking tours for a ghostly exploration of Breckenridge and—unlike most travelers—see a stranger side to this historic mining town. During this interactive tour, explore haunted buildings you might otherwise have overlooked, hunt down spirit energies with the tools conveniently provided, and listen to your private guide tell spooky stories you wouldn’t otherwise hear.
Discover Breckenridge’s darker side on this one-of-a-kind history and mystery walking tour. A storytelling guide leads you through downtown Breck, stopping along the way to point out the real-life locations of violent crimes, kidnappings, and other sordid deeds. It's a fun and spooky way to take a break from the slopes and and learn little-known town trivia.
Hook your smartphone up to your vehicle's stereo and listen to a tour guide while you drive!
Follow the suggested route from the audio guide along Interstate 70, and discover one of the most scenic drives in Colorado. Start anywhere along the route between Denver and Vail or Breckenridge. The tour experience is the same in either direction.
Learn about the area's mining history and the legend of Poker Alice. Discover the beauty of the Loveland Pass at your own pace. Hear about the Arapaho Basin, Loveland Pass, Eisenhower Tunnel & other sights.
With no time constraints, enjoy the freedom to stop anywhere and take your time exploring. Tour guide commentary will play automatically as you drive, using an easy to navigate live GPS map. No data is used during the tour.
This audio guide will keep your group entertained & engaged along the way. Each point of interest also has a fun multiple-choice trivia question about the sights.
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