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Four huge peaks, five terrain parks, three half-pipes, two high-speed six passenger SuperChairs, a top-notch Ski & Ride School, the highest chairlift in North America, unparalleled grooming, exciting events, and a historic mining town with endless...more
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A lot of easy green and blue runs. Plenty of ski patrol around to make sure no one is skiing out of controls. The lower lifts can have long 20-30 min wait times. Not as crowded as I thought it would be for spring break
Breckenridge is a great ski area. Lots of options for family. It is very widespread and at times can be challenging to get around without wasting so much time. Food good but expensive. Some long lift lines on weekends and at beginning- intermediate areas.
Great ski destination. Four mountains interconnected beginning to advanced skiers and boarders Very cute town. Nice peoplein town and at restaurants
It iseasy to get to and from Denver airport
There are lots of different accommodations and many ski in and out.
Snow this year was great. Went there for spring break. Stay at a lodge walking distance to the slopes that was awsome. The Mine Shaft was the name of the lodge. It held comfortably 4 families including 10 kids.
We’ve had some fantastic holidays in Breckenridge over the years but this one fell short. Yes the conditions were amazing (definitely the most powder I’ve ever skied) but too many other things detracted. Biggest gripe lies with the lifts which need some significant reinvestment. The...More
There is alittle bit here for everyone! I been to lot of resorts in Utah and California and none of them were as well rounded as Breckenridge. No matter if you are a beginner or need to ski off a mountain to get a thrill...More
I hate to diss a ski resort because I love skiing, however, I won't be back to Breckenridge anytime soon. Yes, there is a lot of terrain available for various skill levels. Yes, the snow is good and well maintained. But considering the prices, I...More
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There is a plethora of things to do in Breck. Fresco and Silverthorn are jusat minutes away. Bring or rent snowshoes as there are several trails including Boreas Pass and the Ten Mile Range trail that starts at the Grand... More
There is a plethora of things to do in Breck. Fresco and Silverthorn are jusat minutes away. Bring or rent snowshoes as there are several trails including Boreas Pass and the Ten Mile Range trail that starts at the Grand Lodge on Peak 7.