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A woman sits on a rock outcropping in a Breckenridge History Archives photo

Journey to the past

Visit the Breckenridge History Archives digital collections to view and download images from the town’s history

Land Acknowledgement

The Town of Breckenridge acknowledges that our community resides on the traditional and unceded territories of the Ute tribe. We recognize the enduring relationship that Indigenous peoples have maintained with this land for countless generations.

Furthermore, we acknowledge the 48 contemporary Indigenous Tribes and Nations that have historically called Colorado home, as outlined in the Colorado Tribal Acknowledgement List. This recognition is an essential step towards honoring the rich cultural heritage that has shaped the region.

We pay our respects to Elders past, present, and future, and express gratitude to all  those who have stewarded the land, air, and water for generations. Honoring the diverse stories of all people connected to this place—be they good or bad, simple or complex, inspiring or contemptible—we commit to understanding the inequities of our past and strive for a more inclusive and equitable future, where the voices and experiences of all community members are valued and respected.