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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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Highway 9, 1599 Summit County Road #3, Breckenridge, CO 80424
We took full advantage of all the activities on the mountain. We rode the chair lift to the top of peak 8. There are hiking trails and a scenic overlook that is not to be missed. There is a guided tour by a ranger that...More
We have been coming to Breckenridge to ski for many years. Our first trip we were just dating, later trips we were married, then with our child and the latest trip was with our child (Now teenager). Every time it has been great! There is...More
Have skied here too many times to count. Have enough terrain to cover all times of skiing/boarding abilities. January is usually very cold. It gets busy in February (high ski season) and March (spring break).
Breckenridge, Colorado ski resort is a popular place with downhill skiers because of it's size, several mountains, attractive setting and location within commuting distance of Denver. Locals call it Breckenfridge because of low winter temperatures stemming from it's location, East side of the mountains, and...More
We spent 5 days out in Breckenridge, introducing 2 of our HS aged boys to snowboarding....Overall we had a great time.
Previously we had been to Vail and Beaver Creek and we enjoyed both of those as well.
I think the advantage that Breckenridge has...More
Breckenridge is a high altitude, world class, ski area. As such it can be cold and quite windy, but is usually the first of the Vail resorts to open and the last to close. The upgrades in lifts over the past 30 years have dramatically...More
We stayed at the base of Peak 9 in February for 10 days. We were tossing up between Vail and Breckenridge and made the decision based one of our son’s advice. He had loved Breckenridge and he was right – we did too.
The fairly new kids park is awesome and love the small town feel, Great food. Many activities going on all of the time.Great skiing/snowboarding with many other ski resorts nearby. Great hiking/biking/walking/horse trails/whitewater rafting nearby. Day excursions all around in every season. GORGEOUS views and...More
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I don’t know Jennifer I was already snowboarding before I took my first trip to breckenridge, but I would say that from what I saw of the instructors with groups of kids learning to both ski & or snowboard on the mountain I... More
I don’t know Jennifer I was already snowboarding before I took my first trip to breckenridge, but I would say that from what I saw of the instructors with groups of kids learning to both ski & or snowboard on the mountain I was left very much with the impression that they were top notch A1 people employed to coach it in this resort.
I’m headed back to Breck this January 2019 but when I book up for January 2020 I’m taking my youngest son who will be seven & booking him in fo lessons there.
The tickets for "snowboard/ski school" for full day were about $150. Basically if you sign up you will get the "lessons" for about the same $ ...when you consider that the lift ticket itself is about the same price...and... More
The tickets for "snowboard/ski school" for full day were about $150. Basically if you sign up you will get the "lessons" for about the same $ ...when you consider that the lift ticket itself is about the same price...and you get both the lift ticket and the group lessons...they do have several options. My boys were teenagers, so if you have small children there may be a better option than what we did.