About Ski Colorado Vacation Rentals

Breckenridge is an idyllic mountain town with a myriad of activities in both winter and summer.  We offer accommodations ranging from studio condos to luxury homes to meet your vacation needs.  From the bustling Village at Breckenridge, to the views at the Highlands to the luxury at Mountain Thunder Lodge to spacious accommodations in the Christy Heights neighborhood, we will find a property for you!  There are many choices for vacation rentals in Breckenridge and the surrounding Summit County area.  We can help you find a rental that best fits your travel needs.

We are a locally owned and operated company with a staff that truly cares about our guests, our properties and our property owners.  You will see pictures of the actual property you are booking – not stock photos of our nicest unit.  Our reservations are taken in our Breckenridge office and we can provide you with true local information about the town and the area’s attractions.

Meet Our Team

Ski Colorado Vacation Rentals' owner, Megan Wesley.Megan Wesley, Owner of Ski Colorado Vacation Rentals, hails from Austin, Texas, and has had a home in the Summit County since 2006.  She practiced transactional law for large law firms in Denver for a number of years and served as Assistant General Counsel at HOSTING. Megan previously owned a commercial property management company and brings her broad background in real estate and law to Ski Colorado.  As a second home owner herself, Megan appreciates the balance between rental profitability and meticulous home care.  Megan graduated from Washington & Lee University and received her law degree from The University of Texas.  Outside of the office, Megan spends her time enjoying all that Colorado, and particularly Summit County, has to offer.
 
Justin Armstrong, General Manager, is originally from Maine and has lived in Breckenridge for the last 14-plus years after graduating from Denver University, Daniels College of Business. He enjoys spending his free time fly fishing, hiking, camping and snowboarding. He is a Habitat Watch Volunteer for the Arapahoe-Roosevelt National Forest with the Colorado chapter of Habitat Watch Volunteers.  In the fall you will find him chasing birds with his bird dog in the mountains of Colorado. He enjoys yelling at his television while watching the Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics and Bruins.

Matt Hawkins, Inspector and Reservationist, is originally from South Carolina and has been in Summit County for 2 years.  Matt attended the University of South Carolina (Go Gamecocks) where he double majored in Finance and Management. Matt previously worked in ticket sales at Breckenridge Ski Resort and is very knowledgeable on the subject.  He enjoys spending as much time on the mountain as he can in the winter, accumulating over 750,000 vertical feet this season.  In Matt's own words, "It's just been an amazing year out there, and I just can't get enough of it as a small town East Coast boy."