Located near the oldest and largest town in Summit County Colorado, Breckenridge Ski Resort has been named one of the Top Five Ski Locations in the World by the BBC, and is ranked the 9th best ski resort by SKI magazine. Boasting 1.63 million skier visits during the 2007-2008 season, Breckenridge was the most popular ski area in North America. Skiers rave about the massive, yet accessible four mountain resort, with 2,358 acres of ski runs which practically bump into town. Breckenridge Ski Resort spans 2,358 acres over 4 huge peaks, and has something for all abilities and interests. Beginner and intermediate trails are groomed nightly, offering endless skiing every day. Or ride the Imperial Express, North America’s highest chairlift, to the high alpine bowls for unforgettable bowls and runs. There are 5 terrain parks at Breckenridge, offering one for every skill level.
For the intermediate to advanced skier, Peak 10, the southernmost part of Breckenridge, offers mainly difficult, with a substantial amount of intermediate, terrain. If you are looking for mostly intermediate runs, Peak 9 is your choice, with a significant number of beginner runs on the lower portion of the mountain. You can also access expert runs like Devil’s crotch and the Windows hike to terrain leading down to E-chair on the north side of Peak 9. Peak 8 offers intermediate and advanced runs, and can be accessed from the Colorado SuperChair, Rocky Mountain SuperChair and the Peak 8 Super Connect.
Whatever your skill level, Breckenridge has something for everyone! Enjoy a great ski vacation at one of the most popular ski resorts in North America.Breckenridge Resort features