With more than 2,908 acres of terrain for all levels of skiers, a handful of world-renowned terrain parks and half pipes, and a state-of-the-art ski and snowboard school it becomes very clear as to why Breckenridge is one of the most popular ski resorts in Colorado. Beginner skiers can comfortably learn to ski at the base of Peak 8 and 9, while intermediates have their pick of pristine groomed runs at Breckenridge, as well as intermediate bowls from the new Peak 6 terrain. Expert skiers can ski challenging lines off of the summit of Peak 8, or get air on one of Breckenridge's five world-class terrain parks. The terrain options for every skier are limitless on a Breckenridge ski vacation.
Keep reading below to learn more about Breckenridge Ski Resort.
Located near the oldest and largest town in Summit County, Breckenridge Ski Resort has been named one of the top five ski locations in the world by the BBC, and ranked 9th best ski resort by SKI magazine. The are also has a variety of in-resort lodging and vacation rentals at Breckenridge Resort that appeal to visitors wanting to stay on the mountain during their visit.
Skiers rave about the massive, yet accessible, four-mountain resort, with ski runs that practically bump into town. Breckenridge Ski Resort spans 2,908 acres, with something to offer all abilities and interests. Beginner and intermediate trails are groomed nightly, offering endless skiing every day. Ride the Imperial Express, North America’s highest chairlift, to the high alpine bowls for unforgettable bowls and runs.
For the intermediate to advanced skier, Peak 10, the southernmost part of Breckenridge, offers up difficult terrain that will teste your mettle. If you are looking for intermediate runs, Peak 9 is your best choice, though it does offer a significant number of beginner runs on the lower portion of the mountain. Peak 8 offers intermediate and advanced runs, and can be accessed from the Colorado SuperChair, Rocky Mountain SuperChair, and the Peak 8 Super Connect.