Breckenridge skiing stands head and shoulders above other locations. Here are 6 reasons why…
With an average of a mind-blowing 350 inches or more of snow, Breckenridge skiing stands out as some of the country’s best–with the longest season! We’re used to getting major snow dumps in the spring, extending our season as necessary.
You heard right. If you buy a Breckenridge skiing pass, the pass can also be used on the lifts all summer long. They’ll take you to the higher elevations to enjoy the scenery snow-free.
Everyone wants to know how to get discounts on lift tickets and we’ve got the answers here.
EpicMix brings tech and athletics together to enhance your Breckenridge skiing or snowboard experience. This app interacts with RFID scanners are located in various on-mountain locations and automatically track your on-mountain accomplishments.
Learn more at EpicMix.com
Skiing is always fun, but it’s even more fun when you know how! Signing up for some Breckenridge skiing lessons is money well spent. Even if you’re not a newbie, you’ll learn techniques and skills to take your skiing to the next level. Beginners will get the all-important instruction to keep them safe and having a great time.
Check out Breckenridge Ski Lessons to find the right lessons for you.
Breckenridge Mountain is known for its world-class skiing and snowboarding terrains, as well as the highest lift in North America, the Imperial Express. The mountain offers over 2,300 acres of terrain. Once you get to the top of the mountain, you can enjoy Breckenridge skiing at its most impressive: steep open bowls and tightly packed trees, which allows even the most advanced skier or snowboarder to push themselves.
Plus, you can test your skills and practice at Breck’s four terrain parks–one for every skill level. Freeway terrain park features four massive jumps, lots of rails and boxes, along with a 22’ superpipe where pros can practice, or you can watch. Park Lane has two triple lines and enough rails, boxes, and jibs to keep you lapping all day. Take the 5 Chair to watch the action in the park. The Highway 9 terrain park on Peak 9 is the entry-level terrain park. It features small jumps, rails, and boxes. Located on Peak 8, Trygve’s is a small park with a combo of moderate jumps and boxes to help you get your foot in the door of terrain parks.
Learn more about the Breck terrain parks on the Breck Parks website.
Are there members in your group who don’t ski but still want to have fun? Check out this list of Winter Activities For Those Who Do Not Ski or Snowboard.
At Book Breck, we offer the best Breckenridge accommodations for every type of trip, whether you’re on an epic buddy trip with friends or taking your family on the slopes for the first time. We can help you find the right place to fit your needs, right in the heart of Breckenridge.