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Breckenridge, a 140 year old mining town with Colorado’s largest historic district, will greet you with a display of Victorian architecture that gives new meaning to “local colour”. You can close your eyes and almost feel the excitement and adventure of days long gone. Wrought-iron banisters and gingerbread trim are everywhere, decorating 19th century structures […]

Breckenridge, a 140 year old mining town with Colorado’s largest historic district, will greet you with a display of Victorian architecture that gives new meaning to “local colour”.

You can close your eyes and almost feel the excitement and adventure of days long gone. Wrought-iron banisters and gingerbread trim are everywhere, decorating 19th century structures painted in every color of the rainbow.

You don’t have to be a first time visitor to get hooked on the Breckenridge atmosphere – the people are friendly and fun, the restaurants and bars are varied and plentiful, art galleries and quaint shops abound, and the Rocky Mountain backdrop is breathtaking.

Breckenridge is also a great central location to ski the neighbouring resorts of Summit County, ie. Keystone, A-Basin, or Copper Mountain.


Resort Statistics
Season: Mid-Nov. to End-April (Weather Permitting)Hours of Operation: 8:30am-4:00pm, Mountain Standard Time

Base Elevation: 9,600 feet / 2,926 meters

Summit Elevation: 12,998 feet / 3,963 meters

Vertical Rise: 3,398 feet / 1,036 meters

27 Total
2 high-speed 6-passenger lifts
6 high-speed quad lifts
1 triple chairlift
6 double lifts
5 surface lifts
7 carpet lifts



Lift Capacity: 37,880 people per hourOperating Since: December 16, 1961

Total Ski/Ride Terrain: 2,358 acres / 954 hectares

Groomed Daily: roughly 800 acres / 300 hectares (33 percent of Total Terrain)

Bowls: 722 acres / 312 hectares (35 percent of Total Terrain)

Terrain Parks: 25 acres / 10 hectares

Snowmaking: 516 acres / 209 hectares (25 percent of Total Terrain)

Number of Trails: 155

Longest Run: Four O’Clock- 3.5 miles / 5.6 kilometers

Terrain Classification
14% Beginner
31% Intermediate
19% Advanced
36% Expert






Conveniently located directly on historic Main Street, on the south side of Breckenridge and within walking distance to the lifts and on the free town shuttle route. ResortQuest on-demand shuttle service provides door to door transportation to any location in Breckenridge, including historic Main Street and the new gondola at the base of Peak 7. A short walk to Peak 9 and the Quicksilver Chair.

Main Street Junction offers beautifully furnished one, two and three bedroom units featuring a private bathroom for every bedroom, nine foot ceilings throughout, gas fireplaces with natural moss-rock complimented by Colorado sandstone hearths and heavy timber mantles, private balconies or patios for each residence and large, gourmet kitchens with slate flooring and custom-crafted cabinetry.

Amenities: Complimentary wireless internet, daily housekeeping, laundry facilities in each unit, private garage, 2 seven-person hot tubs. concierge service and 24 hour bell and front desk, ski valet and storage, fitness center with a eucalyptus steam room, a giant heated swimming pool and 6 hot tubs and free in-town, on call shuttle, private 25 person theater, access to the Pioneer Club Bar & Lounge located at Main Street Station.







The Village at Breckenridge Resort is located at the base of the ski resort, 100m from the lifts, and just steps from historic Main Street. Guests enjoy the advantage of the pedestrian plaza and the convenience in location of Maggie Pond, retail shops, restaurants and bars.

Amenities include slopeside accommodations, indoor/outdoor heated pool, eight hot tubs, sauna, three restaurants, 24 hour front desk guest service, exercise room, table tennis, Village nursery, and rental shops.
Choose from king rooms, studios, and 1-2 bedroom condos.




DOUBLETREE BY HILTON, 3 starFormerly the Great Divide Lodge, this hotel is located 50 yards from the base of Breckenridge Ski Resort’s Peak 9 and two blocks from Main Street.
All rooms are equipped with with a wet bar, mini refrigerator, coffee maker, hair dryer, cable TV, and bathrobes and in room movies.
Amenities include a concierge service, available in-house massage, room service, complimentary ski storage, shuttle service, indoor hot tubs and pool, Breck’s Lounge Restaurant and Bar, exercise room, gift shops and equipment rentals. great divide






The Beaver Run Resort is located right on the slopes of Breckenridge and features ski in/ski out access, free in-town transportation and a two indoor and outdoor pools, eight hot tubs, car rentals services and several dining and nightlife facilities. There are more than 500 units to stay in, ranging from standard guest rooms to four-bedroom suites.

A large, moderately priced property offering a great choice op options in a prime location.




Pine Ridge Condominiums, have a ski-in location and a short walk to both Main Street and the Snowflake chairlift. The Four O’Clock Ski Run lies alongside the property, offering easy year-round mountain access. Pine Ridge is within walking distance of all of the restaurants, shopping and activities Breckenridge has to offer.
15 buildings are each comprised of six condos, two on each floor.
1 Bedroom – King or Queen, sleeper sofa, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, fireplace, balcony. Approx 1,000 square feet.
2 Bedroom – King or Queen in master bedroom, 2 Twins, 1 Queen or bunks in 2nd bedroom, sleeper sofa, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, fireplace, balcony. Approx 1,200 square feet.

Amenities: Two outdoor hot tubs, Fitness room, complimentary wireless internet, on-site complimentary parking.





Slate, granite, cedar, moss rock, and rough sawn timber – you expect this in Colorado’s largest historic district. But what about high-speed internet access, a year-round outdoor heated pool with decks plus state-of-the-art exercise rooms? Mountain Thunder Lodge exemplifies the essence of Breckenridge – 100 years of authentic and unpretentious history seamlessly interwoven with contemporary ease. A team of the nation’s most talented mountain resort designers, architects and builders has collaborated in the creation of this new property to provide you with both seclusion and accessibility in a single dramatic package.
Mountain Thunder Lodge now offers Breckenridge’s newest and most exclusive town homes, in addition to its condominium suites, all offering ski-in/gondola out access from Peak 8, and is just a brief, five-minute walk from historic Main Street.

Great value for money at this superior property!




Main Street Station occupies the perfect Breckenridge Location. Ski-in/Ski-out to the Quicksilver Super Chair, walking distance to the Maggie Pond and Historical Main Street at your front door. Not only does Main Street Station offer the perfect location it offers a ton of amenities and luxury lodging. Some of these amenities include: a large outdoor pool, several hot tubs, restaurants and shops on site, and ski storage.
Condo’s range from studio’s to 4 bedrooms/4 bathrooms.








The Holiday Inn Summit County is conveniently located off I-70, and only 80 miles west of Denver. The Holiday Inn Summit County is surrounded by world class skiing, snowmobile tours, dinner sleigh rides, and tubing. Arapahoe Basin, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain and Keystone are all just a short drive or free ride on the Summit Stage.
Amenities: complimentary parking on-site, fitness facility, FREE INTERNET, sauna, whirlpool, indoor pool.
Standard room comes with 1King or 2Doubles





The opportunities for snowsports is unsurpassed in Summit County Colorado. Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin (“The Legend”) are available via the free Summit Stage. Vail, Beaver Creek and Loveland are a short driving distance away. The Summit Inn is the perfect hotel for an affordable multi-centre ski holiday.
Rooms are available for 1 to 8 people, with king and queen beds. Adjoining rooms are available with two queen beds each. All rooms have a full bath with tub. All rooms have view of Lake Dillon or Buffalo Mountain.