Breckenridge Resort Information
Learn more about Breckenridge Resort and the amenities available during your stay
About Breckenridge Resort
The town of Breckenridge has been occupied since 1859, and is one of the oldest communities in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. The city is decorated with over 170 buildings of historic significance. Enjoy an après ski walk through the town, take in the classic alpine atmosphere and sample a few of the more then 100 local restaurants.
Over the past few years terrain parks have become a major draw to ski resorts all over North America. As snowboarders and trick skiers continue to push the limits of this sport to new heights the need for bigger and better equipment has grown.
Breckenridge has become an industry leader, known for having some of the best pipes and terrain park equipment in the world. Currently Breckenridge is constructing a new park on Peak 8. This new park will offer terrain for riders of all skill levels with a park progression system. This multi-level park will feature beginner jumps and rails, a separate intermediate section and finally an expert park and superpipe. To accomplish this Breckenridge is adding a brand new snow making system to the Peak 8 area, as well as altering a large portion of the Park Lane.
Breckenridge is located about an hour and a half from Denver Internation Airport in Colorado. There are many options available for courier service to Breckenridge from Denver. Colorado Mountain Express, Big Sky Shuttle and VailCoach are a few of the shuttle options available.
Breckenridge Resort Facts
Breckenridge is 104 miles (166km) from Denver International Airport. Take Interstate 70 west to exit 203. Continue south on HWY 9 to Breckenridge.
Hours Of Operation
- Summer - Early June to mid-September
- Winter - Late November to mid-April
- Day skiing: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
- 4 High-speed 6-passenger SuperChairs
- 6 High-speed quad lifts
- 1 Fixed Quad
- 1 Triple lift
- 6 Double lifts
- 1 8-Passenger gondola
- 4 Surface lifts
- 11 C arpet lifts
Total Uphill Capacity
46,800 skiers/boarders per hour
Summit 3,963 m (12,998 ft.)
Base 2,926 m (9,600 ft.)
2908 acres / 1177 hectares
1061 acres / 429 hectares
25 acres / 10 hectares
Four O'Clock - 3.5 miles / 5.6 kilometers
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