Breckenridge

Breckenridge is a great ski area with four mountains interlinked by a modern lift system.  The eight passenger Breck Connect Gondola stops at the Peak 7 base area, allowing for easy access to the intermediate terrain as well as to the expert timberline terrain on Peaks 7 and 8 accessed by T-bar.  The unbeatable powder bowls, moguls, wooded glades, long groomed runs and an extensive variety of terrain parks are ideal for all skiers and boarders.  The town is a carefully preserved historical mining town with an interesting array of Victorian cottages.  There is a good selection of restaurants and bars and some really great shopping.  The nightlife is also good.  The multi day ski pass in our package not only allows you to ski Breckenridge but also Vail, Beaver Creek, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin.

Gateway City          Denver 257km

Why Breckenridge

  • Charming character of an historical mining town
  • Enjoy high-alpine, intermediate bowl skiing from Peak 6, a rare find in North America
  • Check out the fast growing “Made in Breck” scene, from an award winning Bourbon to a well-developed ‘Arts District’ on Main Street

Breckenridge Mountain Statistics

Summit 3962m
Base 2926m
Vertical 1052m
Acres 2908
Lifts 32
Runs 155
Average Snowfall 580cm
Beginner 14%
Intermediate 31%
Advanced 55%

Additional Accommodation

 

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