Searching for more smoke shacks at Breckenridge ski resort on Peak 10 brings snowboarding to the Leo’s shack, a place of mystery. Leo’s smoke shack like all the smoke shacks at Breckenridge has evolved over the years as a great place to relax with friends in a quiet secluded like mined location on the mountain. When it’s time to unwind head to Leo’s Smoke Shack on the North Side of Peak 10 at Breckenridge. The smoke shack is about halfway down the side of the mountain buried in some somewhat annoying hard to navigate trees, but a map is provided below through Google maps to help you navigate to your next smoke spot.
Leo’s smoke shack unfortunately has no shortage of garbage, but Mr. Hanky from South Park is seen asking you to ‘pack it out’ of the shack. Prayer flags adorn the high point of the near 8 foot high ceilings, the rafters are full of every utensil needed for a medicated ski break on mountain smoke shack style like only Breckenridge can serve up. The shack builders did an excellent job of installing a stair case to the upper level, designing various lounges withing the enormous structure, and even designed more intimate side rooms for your puffing pleasures.
Smoke shacks have a culture of their own at Breckenridge. Skiing often has it’s own sub-cultures, but nothing is more unifying and enjoyable than the smoke shack experience. Pass to the left, pass to the right, just keep passing, smoke shacks are not to be taken lightly and you will get your fill like it or not if you enter. If you enter Leo’s be sure to roll them Tupac and Notorious Big are watching. It brought to tears to the eyes of this High Country medical marijuana reporter to see such beautiful artwork totally unmolested and see the two legends of rap proudly displayed in such a marvelous structure. Tupac and Biggie Smalls bless this cabin and it’s dwellers.
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