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Breckenridge is the quintessential North American ski town. With an impressive ski area spread across five excellent mountains, an efficient lift system and pastel-painted Victorian Buildings that line the streets in the historic mining village, you have one of the best all round ski towns in North America.
Breckenridge sits below five main mountains, imaginatively named Peak 10, 9, 8, 7 and 6. It offers everything from bowl skiing, tree lined cruising to long inviting first time beginner runs. Peak 9 and Peak 7 are an intermediates playground.
On the slopes Breckenridge is a well balanced ski resort with Peak 10 offering upper intermediate skiing, Peak 9 offering beginner and low intermediate level skiing. Peak 8 offers steeper skiing and open bowls. For the more serious skier, the top of Peak 6 offers open bowl skiing and the top of Peak 7 is served by the highest chairlift in North America, the Imperial Express.
The resort has a fantastic snow record and is one of the first resorts in the USA to open every season, staying open to beyond the Easter holidays.
There are three main base areas in Breckenridge; Beaver Run on the lower slopes of Peak 9, the Village, located a few hundred yards below the Quicksilver Super 6 Chairlift at the base of Peak 9 and Breckenridge station located in downtown Breckenridge with access to Peak 8 using the Breckenridge Connect Gondola.
With over 80 bars and restaurants and a lively apres scene, Breckenridge has some great dining options catering to almost every taste and budget.
We offer a range of 3, 4 and 5 star hotels and condos in Breckenridge. Check out our featured Breckenridge hotels that offer easy ‘ski-in’ access at the end of your ski day: