More than 2,000 acres of prime alpine terrain stretching over four huge separate and diverse mountains. No doubt about it. The skiing and boarding on the slopes of Breckenridge are incredible! But it's the town, with its distinctive quality of life - that ultimately exerts an overwhelming appeal for everyone who comes here. The colorful Gold Rush heritage. The quaint Victorian architecture. The breathtakingly incomparable alpine setting. The genuine warmth and contagious enthusiasm of the townsfolk. Breckenridge is hard to resist.
Ski Vail & Beaver Creek
Vail and Beaver Creek are just 30 - 45 minutes from Breckenridge. Since Vail Resorts now owns Breckenridge ski resort, you can often get a combination pass good for one day of skiing in either Vail or Beaver Creek. I recommend you take Vail Resorts up on its offer. Breck has the absolute best ski town atmosphere and night life, but the terrain at Vail and Beaver Creek are hard to beat. Why choose? Enjoy them all!
Ski Keystone, Copper Mountain & Arapahoe Basin
Three other resorts lie within a 20-minute drive of Breckenridge: Arapahoe Basin , Keystone, and Copper. Your day and multi-day Breck lift tickets are also good at both Keystone and Arapahoe Basin. Ski Breck during the day and try night skiing at Keystone that evening! Summit County offers a free transit system to provide easy access to and from all Summit County Ski resorts.
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Other Winter Activities
- Back Country Skiing
- Cross-Country Skiing
- Dog Sledding
- Gambling Casinos
- Gold mine Adventures
- Horseback Riding
- Ice Skating
- Sleigh Rides
- Over 200 shops and restaurants to explore
We recommend Christy Sports in Breckenridge. Click Here for discounts and ski rental information.