Breckenridge, with its world-class terrain parks, 6.7m Superpipe, down to earth vibe and vibrant nightlife, is popular with families, freestyle skiers and boarders around the world. With the highest lift accessed terrain in North America off the Imperial Chair sitting over 3900 meters, the snow at the top is unbelievable, while snow-making ensures exceptional surface conditions on the mountain even on a low-snow year. Here affordable accommodation sits alongside luxury hotels, world class restaurants and bars, a town brewery, local distillery, boutiques and a unique arts district.


Beginner 11%
Intermediate 31%
Advanced/Expert 58%

At a Glance

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Most of the accommodation at Breckenridge is in privately owned condos on the west and south of the main street, which is closest to the mountain and minutes away from the lifts.
Many of these were built in the 80s and early 90s and haven’t been updated since then, so they’re in stark contrast to the picturesque historic buildings in the village. Never the less, the accommodation is convenient to amenities, comfortable and available to suit different sized families, groups and budgets. If you’re looking for more luxurious accommodation, consider One Ski Hill Place and Crystal Peak Lodge.

Skiing & Boarding

Breckenridge is much loved by skiers and snowboarders alike. Spanning five peaks and over 2,356 acres of skiable terrain, accessible via 31 lifts, here there’s a variety of runs to satisfy all abilities.
Peak 7 and Peak 9, with their picturesque blue and green groomed trails that feed back into the main town of Breck are ideal for beginners, while Peak 8 and 10 suit expert skiers and riders. Less crowded is Peak 10, sitting below the tree line, to tempt expert skiers onto its epic blacks and double black trails or enjoy the smaller tree runs.
If you’re an advanced skier and you’re at Breck on a powder day, don’t miss the opportunity to head to Horseshoe and Content Bowls. And, if you’re simply looking for inspiration, watch on in awe as the locals tackle the Freeway Terrain Park and the amazing Pipe.
For families with babies and young children, Breck offers great childcare across multiple locations. Lessons for ages 3 and up at the Breckenridge Ski School are offered on incredibly wide, quiet runs at three convenient locations.


Ready to take a break from skiing? You’ll find loads of activities to keep you entertained at Breckenridge. Take a mine tour, head out on a snowmobile, experience dog sledding, or ice skating. Find out about the natural environment when you embark upon an interpretive ecology tour and ski with a park ranger.
Feeling romantic? Relax at one of several day spas then take a dinner sleigh ride to Peak 9 or enjoy one of the many fabulous restaurants and bars in the village.
Alternatively, simply wander through historic Breckenridge where you can immerse yourself in shops, cafes, boutiques and galleries.  

Getting There & Around

Direct flights from most cities in the US will take you to Denver International Airport. From there, it’s about two-hours to Breckenridge. Alternatively, when you fly into Eagle County Regional Airport, just beyond Vail, it will take about 1 hour, 20 minutes to get to the Resort. Shuttles run regularly between Eagle Airport, Denver International Airport and the resort on a regular schedule. Once you’re in Breckenridge, it’s is easy to get around on foot. Many hotels have shuttle services and the town is well serviced by breckfreeride, a free bus service that takes several routes around town.

How Far

Denver Airport 172km

1.5 hour Bus or Drive

Our staff love...

Breckenridge is the first overseas snow resort I visited when I was 21. It’s a great historic mining town, a lot of locals live in Breck, it has a awesome friendly snow mountain town feel about it. There are plenty of restaurants, bars and things to do. The mountain has heaps of terrain with 5 different peaks to explore. It’s a great place to visit for singles, couples and families.

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Hotels in Breckenridge

Beaver Run Resort

Beaver Run Resort is conveniently located at the base of Peak 9 and a brisk 3 block walk to historic Main Street. Offers a large variety of rooms and apartments. All apartments with full kitchens, fireplaces, balconies, in-room movies and games. Onsite indoor and outdoor pool, pool bar, hot tubs, exercise room, restaurant, deli, cafe, lounge, bar, pub, Day Spa, video arcade, indoor mini golf, kids program.

Crystal Peak Lodge

Nestled at the base of Breckenridge Ski Resort's Peak 7, Crystal Peak Lodge offers its guests amazing views of the majestic Colorado Rockies and convenient ski-in/ski-out access that is literally steps to the BreckConnect Gondola and Independence Superchair. Onsite hot tubs, fitness centre, ski storage, underground parking, Wi-Fi.

Doubletree by Hilton

The DoubleTree by Hilton Breckenridge, located at the base of Peak 9. This full-service resort hotel is within walking distance of the Beaver Run SuperChair as well as historic Main Street. Onsite pool, fitness room, ski and board rentals.

Gravity Haus

Gravity Haus offers 60 distinctly curated rooms with a hotel of amenities tailored to the modern outdoor enthusiast. Onsite sauna, soaking tubs and restaurant.

Mountain Thunder Lodge

One Ski Hill Place

One Ski Hill Place is located at the base of Peak 8 offering ski-in, ski-out lodging.The BreckConnect gondola will sweep you down to the charming town of Breckenridge in just minutes. All accommodations include sofa sleepers, HD television and Blu-Ray players, wireless Internet access, and a private patio or balcony with fantastic alpine views. Onsite aquatic centre including soaking pool, kids pool, hot tubs, sauna, fitness centre, massage rooms, ski lockers, 3 restaurants.

River Mountain Lodge

The River Mountain Lodge gives you the convenience and comforts of a condominium (with hotel amenities) in the heart of historic downtown Breckenridge. Just one block from Main Street Breckenridge and a short shuttle ride to the gondola or the Peak 9 base. Onsite outdoor pool, ski storage, fitness centre, restaurants and bar/lounge.

Village at Breckenridge

Pleasant apartment property complex at the base of Peak 9 village area, adjacent to kids ski school and steps away from Main Street’s shopping and restaurants. 6 buildings make up the resort. Apartments are varied and all have full kitchens and fireplaces. Onsite indoor/outdoor pool, health club including indoor/outdoor hot tubs, steam room, fitness centre, rec room, bar, concierge.

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