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Walking through downtown Breckenridge is like stepping foot inside an Old West movie. Main Street cuts through the center of town, and is lined with a series of Victorian-style buildings. Colorful and well preserved, they date back to the 19th century, when “Breck”, as the locals call it, was still just a mining village. Currently, Breckenridge is home to just over three thousand inhabitants, with an infrastructure geared towards tourism: the city serves as the base for five different mountains, known as “Peaks” 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. There are 34 ski lifts linking them, with the Imperial Express Super Chair standing out as one of the tallest ski lifts in the world. It is located at almost 13,000 feet of altitude, a height which which guarantees snow in quality and quantity at the resort. In total, you will find 187 slopes for all levels of skiers, the longest stretching almost 3.5 miles long. But there are simply no numbers to size up the beauty of the Rocky Mountains, Breckenridge’s backdrop.


Northern Hemisphere December to May


Base - 9,600 feet
Top - 12,998 feet


13% - Beginner
23% - Intermediate
36% - Advanced
28% - Expert




Day Care For Little Ones
Gourmet Restaurant
Ice Skating
Kids Ski School Facilities
Nature Tour / Animal Observing
Nordic Skiing
Shopping Area
Ski School
Snow Roller Coaster
Snowmobile Tours
Walking Distance From Mountain


In the village: In the village, there are good opportunities to sample local game meats at the Briar Rose Chophouse & Saloon and the Hearthstone Restaurant. But for those who want a change, there are good pizzas and pastas at Giampietro, seafood at South Ridge Seafood Grill, inventive dishes at Ember, Blue River Bistro with authentic American cuisine in a casual setting and steaks and Italian dishes. classics from Legends Steaks & Seafood. For those who like a little bit of everything, Twist serves everything from American classics to international cuisine, while Modis' kitchen and bar act as a kind of laboratory, where the team is always incorporating the latest culinary techniques into their recipes. On the mountain: Scattered across the Breckenridge mountains are restaurants that serve fast but quality food: this is the case of Pioneer Crossing, Ski Hill Grill and Vista Haus. The Overlook is the highest restaurant in the area and is known for its beautiful panoramic views, while The Maggie prepares American and Mexican dishes and has a special après-ski menu. For those looking for a refined and intimate restaurant on the mountain, Seven's is a must.


To learn about the history of the area, it is worth visiting historic buildings such as the Barney Ford House and the Edwin Carter Discovery Center, which have been converted into interesting museums. Another popular program in the city is visiting and tasting at the Breckenridge Brewery, the third oldest brewery in Colorado, and at the Breckenridge Distillery, which has already been named distillery of the year by the New York Spirits Competition. To get your body moving, the Breckenridge Recreation Center has a rock climbing wall, snowmobile rides, ice skating and hockey tours, and the White River National Forest at Peak 8 has 15 km of trails perfect for hiking.


Peak 8 Child Care, Village Child Care and Beaver Run Child Care entertain children up to four years old with indoor and outdoor activities, as well as serving healthy snacks. Children will also enjoy visiting the Country Boy Mine, a former 19th-century gold mine where they can feed donkeys, and the Mountain Top Children’s Museum, which teaches art and science in a playful way. In the middle of the forest, the Gold Runner Alpine Coaster roller coaster is also a must-stop.


20 minutes from Breckenridge, the Outlet at Silverthorne brings together more than 50 stores from brands such as Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and Ralph Lauren. But you don't have to leave the city to find everything you need for your ski vacation, as the city brings together branches of Patagonia, The North Face and Columbia on Main Street.


After a day on the slopes, Colorado draft beers and craft beers are a hit at establishments like Kenosha Steakhouse, Robbie’s Tavern and Rocky Mountain Underground. But one of the most famous après-ski in the region is the TBar, which is at the base of Peak 8 and serves appetizers. If you want to drink something in a more special environment, the suggestion is to go to the Breckenridge Brewery, the third oldest brewery in the state, or to the Brekenridge Distillery, which produces an award-winning whiskey. Whiskey is also one of Cecilia’s strong points, which has a good collection of Scottish malts and the biggest dance floor in town, where the party goes on until dawn.


Eagle Airport - 70 miles (1h20)
Denver International Airport - 103 miles (1h50)
Colorado Springs Airport - 116 miles (2h30)


Lodging Options

Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center

The Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center offers direct access to the ski slopes and is located less than a 5-minute drive from the city center. The resort has na outdoor and indoor pool, spa, wellness center, and gym. The Beaver Run SuperChair lift is about 328 feet from the…

Crystal Peak Lodge

Inspired by the grand lodge structures found in national parks across the American West, Crystal Peak Lodge seamlessly blends with the natural alpine surroundings. This exquisite luxury condominium property is situated at the base of Peak 7 at Breckenridge Ski Resort. With ski-in/ski-out access and a private stop on the…

Mountain Thunder Lodge

Located in Breckenridge, 656 feet from BreckConnect Gondola, Mountain Thunder Lodge has a Jacuzzi, fitness center, heated outdoor pool and free transfer to lifts and local restaurants. The rooms have a private balcony, a gas fireplace, and kitchen.

One Ski Hill Place

In addition to the gorgeous property and the region’s natural beauty, there are multiple types of accomodations available-from modern studio apartments to six-bedroom apartments, equipped with a living room, kitchen, fireplace, terrace, and other luxuries to guarantee guests’ comfort. You can also find two restaurants, a bar, and a fitness…

The Village at Breckenridge

Centrally located, with direct ski-in/ski-out access just a few steps from the lift and one block from Breckenridge’s Main Street, The Village at Breckenridge offers 235 accommodations ranging from studios to fully-equipped four-bedroom apartments. Nearly all units boast breathtaking views of the Tenmile Range mountain chain. Guests can conveniently rent…