For those who come to Breckenridge to seek adventure off the slopes, there are many options to keep your adrenaline going without having your feet bound to a board. An exciting way to see the sights and the snowy terrain is to explore via snowmobile. Good Times Adventures offers one, two and three-hour guided snowmobiling tours of the Rockies.
A guide leads you over the [frozen] river and through the woods to reach the top of the Continental Divide, “a natural boundary line separating waters that flow into the Atlantic Ocean or Gulf of Mexico from those that flow into the Pacific Ocean.” (Thank you, National Atlas of the U.S.) Although it looks no different from being on the ski slopes, apparently being on top of the Continental Divide is a big deal.
So if you’re willing to get pelted by falling snow and make unexpected icy turns and jumps as your limbs flail over the steep ravine that surround the trail, then this sport is for you. Just think about it like riding a jet ski, but colder. Like -10 degrees colder.