Season Start/End: 11/10/2017 - 04/22/2018
9600ft - 12998ft
11%|31%| 24%| 34%
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from US$110.00 to US$169.00
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Night in Breckenridge

Located about 10 miles Southeast of I-70 and just over two hours from Denver International Airport, Breckenridge, Colorado may be equally known for its skiing as it is for its nightlife. When gold was discovered along the Blue River in the 1800s, miners flocked to Breckenridge to seek their fortune. Today, skiers and snowboarders head to Breck seeking something almost as valuable: the perfect mountain town.

Vail Resorts owned, Breckenridge Ski Resort boasts one of the highest summit elevations in the U.S. at 12,998 feet. The resort's several distinct peaks provide varied terrain to suite all skier types and ability levels, and the mountain also offers four award-winning terrain parks, along with a 22' superpipe. 

A journey into the town of Breck serves up access to 30 bars, pubs and restaurants on Main Street alone, including Breckenridge brewery. While the town’s Victorian architecture and designation as Colorado’s largest historic district make a trip to Breck an aesthetically appealing and historically enriching experience, the array of activities—from powder and groomers to shopping, dining and nightlife—keeps things exciting. Not to mention that it's a great jumping off point for hiking, with close access to many of Colorado's 14ers. Breckenridge has its own pulse, and visitors feel it as soon as they arrive.

Night in Breckenridge

Situated along the Tenmile Range in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, Breckenridge has four distinct base areas and a total of 2,908 acres of skiable terrain for all abilities.

Corduroy lovers, beginners and families will feel right at home at Breck with multiple areas to explore. For cruising on perfectly manicured groomers, aim your skis toward Peak 7 where you’ll find only blue runs. Serviced by the Independence SuperChair, Peak 7 has limitless options for intermediate skiers and riders. Skirt the northern most boundary of the resort on Monte Cristo or rip fast laps on Pioneer. Whether you want to be mellow or work on your GS turns, this is the place for you. 

Breck is also known for its four terrain parks and 22-foot half pipe, and despite its expansive grooming, is home to some epic steeps. 

On a bluebird powder day, skiers and riders should head up to Horseshoe Bowl, North Bowl and Whale’s Tail on the Imperial Express Super Chair, the highest chairlift in North America. Here you will find wide-open, double-diamond powder skiing. If steeps are your thing, head left from the top of the chair and work Easy Street and the rest of the Lake Chutes. You can also access this area via the T-Bar on Peak 7.

Because the area is above tree line, visibility can be compromised during snowstorms. If that's is the case, Breck’s tree runs off the back of Peak 9 and E-Chair are a good alternative. For the experienced and fit, there is excellent hike-to, inbounds terrain off the top of E-Chair. Once the bowls get tracked out, head over to the Falcon Chair and ski The Burn or the countless black diamond runs that Peak 10 has to offer. 


Night in Breckenridge


Clint’s Bakery & Coffee House
A cute little respite on Main Street in the center of town, Clint’s is a go-to for coffee, pastries and breakfast sandwiches on your way to the slopes. Sit down and check your email or take it to go and enjoy breakfast on the gondola.
131 S Main St
Breckenridge, CO 80424

Columbine Café
For a more substantial start to your ski day, head to the Columbine Café, tucked in an alcove just off of Main Street. Expect large portions of home style breakfast favorites, but go early if you don’t want to wait.
109 S Main St
Breckenridge, CO 80424


If you’re looking for a quick midday bite on the slopes, ski by Seven’s quick service window located in the Grand Lodge at the base of Peak Seven—you don’t even have to take off your skis. If you’re not in a rush, go inside and enjoy wood-fired pizza, salads and soups at a more leisurely pace.
1979 Ski Hill Rd

Breckenridge, CO 80424

Breckenridge Brewery

A trip to Breckenridge would not be complete without a stop at the Breckenridge Brewery to sample some of its handcrafted, small batch beers. Enjoy an Avalanche Ale and a Brewhouse Burger while taking in the sweeping views of the mountain. 

600 South Main Street 

Breckenridge, CO 80424



Chef/Owner Matt Fackler’s Colorado-inspired cuisine served at the aptly named Relish is a culinary gem, treating diners to an array of seasonal flavors. While this is dining at its finest, the atmosphere is comfortable and inviting and its second story location offers diners stunning views of the ski resort.

137 South Main Street 

Breckenridge, CO 80424

Hearthstone Restaurant

Situated on Ridge Street overlooking the town and the resort, Hearthstone’s elegant yet cozy Victorian ambiance has been drawing diners in for over 20 years. Featuring hand-cut steaks, wild game and seafood as well as an extensive wine list, Hearthstone is an exceptional dining experience. 

130 S Ridge St

Breckenridge, CO 80424


Brothers Todd and Ken Nelson serve up the best pizza and calzones around. Enjoy a glass of wine in their cozy red- and white-checkered tablecloth-adorned dining room or take a pie back to your condo—either way, you won’t be disappointed.  

100 N. main St #212

Breckenridge, Co 80424 

My Thai

For authentic Thai recipes in a casual environment, head to My Thai on South Main Street. Offering a kids menu as well as vegetarian and vegan options, My Thai is a refreshing and delicious choice for an easy dinner.

500 S. Main St

Breckenridge, CO 80424 



Opened in 2012, the T-Bar located at the base of Peak 8 in One Ski Hill Place, is the perfect spot to regroup after a day on the mountain. With 40 beers on tap, après food specials and access to the BreckConnect gondola to town, you can end your day or start your night at the T-Bar. 

1521 Ski Hill Road

Breckenridge, CO 80424 

Mi Casa

Nothing hits the spot after a day on the hill like Mi Casa’s famous Mango Duck Quesadillas and a margarita. Mi Casa’s festive atmosphere and authentic Mexican flavors are a favorite of locals as well as visitors alike.   

600 S. Park Avenue

Breckenridge, CO 80424



Cecilia’s is an institution among revelers in Breckenridge. If you want to ditch your ski boots for your dancing shoes, this is the place to go. A martini bar, nightly drink specials, DJ’s and special events keep Cecilia’s rocking seven nights a week.

520 South Main Street

Breckenridge, CO 80424


Past visitors to Breckenridge may remember it as Sherpa & Yeti’s, but the new owners of Three20South have kicked it up a notch with an updated stage, sound and lighting, making it the perfect venue to see live music from hip hop to jazz, reggae to bluegrass and more. 

320 South Main Street

Breckenridge, CO 80424


Night in Breckenridge

Peak 6

They don’t call it “Serenity Bowl” for nothing. From the top of the super chair, hike about 10 minutes to the 12,573-foot Peak 6 summit, head skier’s right, and drop in. With boot-deep powder and a wide-open bowl, it feels like backcountry, but with regular ski patrol avalanche control, it’s safer.

Peak 7

Breck’s newest on-mountain dining experience, Pioneer Crossing draws inspiration from the spirit of the west.

Come to Peak 7 to enjoy homey campfire menu items made from high-quality ingredients. You’ll find the best views on the mountain gazing through Pioneer Crossing’s large panoramic windows. With thoughtful dining options and more made-from-scratch concepts, the elevated dining experience will invite guests to come back time and time again. 

Peak 8

What isn’t there to love about Peak 8? First, there’s the Imperial Express, the highest elevation chairlift in North America (which delivers you to some of the resort’s best terrain, by the way). Then there’s the T-Bar, a buzzing watering hole with extensive beer, wine, and cocktail choices. There’s also the outdoor stage that comes out in the spring and hosts live music, and, finally, there’s Freeway, where you might catch Shaun White practicing on the four massive jumps, myriad rails and boxes or the 22-foot Superpipe.

Peak 9

Chances are, you’re no Olympian, but that doesn’t mean you can’t push your own limits. This season you can race on the EpicMix race course. Race yourself, your friends, or even four-time overall World Cup Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist, Lindsey Vonn. Find the EpicMix Race Course on Peak 9: from the Beaver Run Superchair, ride Sundown to the race location.

Peak 10

Challenge yourself on some of Breck’s toughest terrain. This expert-only outpost is a favorite for those who prefer double black diamonds. Ride the speedy Falcon SuperChair and spin laps until your legs feel like they’re going to fall off.




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  • Longest Run

    3.5 mi

  • Skiable Terrain

    2908 ac

  • Snow Making

    600 ac

Important Dates

  • Projected Opening: 11/10/2017
  • Days Open Last Year: 182
  • Projected Closing: 04/22/2018
  • Projected Days Open: 163
  • Years Open: 57
  • Average Snowfall: 300"

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  • cath.haynes

    • 4
    9th January 2018

    Full review

      Colorado is having a low snow start to the Season but Breckenridge have made an excellent job of making snow to open...
  • Tary Anonymous

    • 3
    2nd January 2018

    Full review

      Really poor conditions, coupled with crowded slopes and outrageously long lift lines made it a very un-satisfying (yet still VERY expensive) family...

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