Breckenridge

Breckenridge

About the Resort

Nestled up in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains in the Tenmile Mountain range, you’ll find the excellent resort of Breckenridge, or Breck as the locals call it, around a two-hour drive from Denver.  Originally a successful gold mining town, it’s steeped in history, with many of its buildings retaining the original Victorian-coloured fronts.  A

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There’s no doubt that the Breckenridge piste map has some superb challenges in store for expert skiers, however you’ll find something to challenge you whether you’re a beginner or intermediate too.  You’ve got a huge 155 different runs to discover in total so you definitely won’t be bored!  Read More

There’s a great deal of choice when it comes to Breckenridge ski accommodation.  You’ve got a massive amount of self-catering options – over 2000 which range from apartments and chalets, through to lodges.  Read More

As one of the most snowsure ski resorts in the USA, it’s also worth bearing in mind that it can get very cold here.  None of the lifts are covered so it can be quite exposed.  Traditionally, the best month to visit Breckenridge is March, with an average depth of 174cm snow to be found at the top.  Read More

The attractive resort of Breckenridge is particularly different from your traditional American ski resort.  It can get very busy, especially during US holidays so you may wish to alter your dates if you’re looking for a quieter break and less queues for the lifts. Read More

We like Breckenridge as it really does have so much on offer for skiers of all standards which is brilliant if you’re in a mixed ability group.  You can also use your Breckenridge lift pass which is shared with three other resorts – a great benefit, and opening up even more slopes for you to try. Read More

There’s no doubt that Breckenridge is a successful resort.  They’ve made a real effort to retain the historical elements of the locality, with its Victorian architecture creating a particularly picturesque resort. Read More

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Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Snowboarding
Apres-ski
Non-ski
Resort Charm
Shopping
Eating

Ratings

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Highlights

+Great for groups of all abilities, slopes for everyone.

+Historic Mining wild west town, with traditional buildings.

Things to think about

-Single day pass is expensive, season pass works out better value.

-Main street can become very busy and full of traffic.

Ski Passes

Adult

$157

$314

$453

$580

$700

$816

Child

$102

$204

$294

$376

$455

$528

What's Included

Breckenridge Ski Pass
Child Pass 5-12 Years

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Ski Area
2908 Acres

Beginners

Intermediate

Advanced

Expert

14%
31%
19%
36%
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Summit

Resort

Bottom

3961m
2926m
2926m
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34

Lifts

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4

Snow

Park

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$816

Ski Pass

6 Days

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13 November ’20
31 May ’21
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Ice Rink
Indoor Pool
Gym
Bowling

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13hrs +

Flight Times

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Nearest Airport

Denver International | 106miles | 2hr 18min

Flights

Accommodation

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