Stay...in downtown Breck or at one of the many slopeside
Ski...at a top elevation of 12,987’ on Peak 8.
Travel...by flying into Denver ultimate convenience.
Enjoy…breathtaking views of the Continental Divide.
Explore…old mines back from the town’s gold boom.
Learn…about the town’s mining-era history at the Barney Ford
Taste…100+ incredible restaurants. Treat…yourself to hot stone therapy at Alpine Spa &
Experience…winter fly fishing, dog sledding, ice skating,
snowmobiles tours—a few examples of Breckenridge’s many winter activities.
About Breckenridge CO
When you book a Breckenridge ski vacation with Ski.com you’re signing up for one of the best ski destinations in Colorado. “Breck” (as the Summit County locals call it) is the perfect blend of everything you could want on a ski vacation: world-class skiing for all levels, a hopping nightlife scene, a range of lodging options, great restaurants, and of course, a historic downtown.
With more than 2,908 acres of terrain for all levels of skiers, a handful of world-renowned terrain parks and half pipes, and a state-of-the-art ski and snowboard school it becomes very clear as to why Breckenridge is one of the most popular ski resorts in Colorado. Beginner skiers can comfortably learn to ski at the base of Peak 8 and 9, while intermediates have their pick of pristine groomed runs at Breckenridge, as well as intermediate bowls from the new Peak 6 terrain. Expert skiers can ski challenging lines off of the summit of Peak, or get air on one of Breckenridge’s five world-class terrain parks. The terrain options for every skier are limitless on a Breckenridge ski vacation.
Breckenridge Terrain Parks
The half pipes and terrain parks in Breckenridge are world-renowned as being some of the best places to practice freestyle tricks and hit jumps. Some of the most decorated X Games athletes in history—like Bobby Brown, Simon Dumont, and Keri Herman—call Breckenridge home because of its first-rate terrain parks. It’s common to see professional skiers and snowboarders training in one of the five Breckenridge terrain parks.
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Breckenridge Ski Vacation Packages
If you can just see yourself carving up fresh snow down Peak 6's new bowls or soaring through the air on Breckenridge's Unbound Terrain Park or on the Gold Runner Alpine Coaster, make it all come true this winter and start planning your Breckenridge ski trip. We're here to help you make the process easy as possible. You can book your entire Breckenridge ski vacation package, including lodging, flights, ground transportation, car rentals, lift tickets, lessons, equipment rentals and activities, through Ski.com. Start by perusing our Breckenridge lodging page, or you can sit back and let our Mountain Vacation Specialists do the heavy lifting. Call or chat now with one of our Specialists today!
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*based on the average of all Overall Experience ratings given in Traveler reviews.
Great: Not much new snow but Mother Nature has been good to us in the past.
Our family has been coming to Breck for many years . We stay at the bottom of Mountain 9 close to Maggie Ski in Ski out so we can walk to town for supper & shopping at the end of the day. Our oldest son now 26 who was a child when we started coming to Breck got engaged during this trip so this trip was very special for all of us with lots of old memories and making some new ones too. We love this place so much it's always very hard to leave every time we visit. Some day we will have a place in Breck so we can stay as long as we want.
Ski Trip to Breckenridge
We just returned from our fourth ski trip to Breckenridge. The town has many things to do, places to eat, the slopes are amazing, and the ski experience was great! There was a snow event that came through one of the days but there was enough to do in the town that we stayed busy even though we could not ski.
Great for novice skiers
This was a great resort for a family of novice skiers. There were slopes dedicated to families so that the slow people wouldn't get mowed over by the experts. The restaurants and restrooms were great. It is large enough that it never felt crowded and we were able to ski multiple peaks while we were there. We thoroughly enjoyed it.
Mountain was great
The people that worked the lofts were really nice.
Breckenridge ski resort is convenient in every respect. It is about 1 hr. 45 min. from Denver. There are 5 peaks with an array of difficulty levels. The skiing is fantastic. It is great for groups with variable skiing prowess. It has a large, but quaint town with many tasty and eclectic restaurants that are easy to get to in 2 min. by car. There is also a free bus system. Many condos and rental houses are ski in/ski out. Will definitely visit Breck again. I also think it would be a great place to visit in the summer.
great skiing resort
We where very pleased with the resort as the staff where very helpful and professional and the resort was very well groomed but the lifts where a bit slow but we didn't use much the restaurants.
50" of snow!
Loved Breck! Lots of snow. Got stuck on the beaver run chair due to technical difficulties but they gave us 2 free lift tickets good through April. Luv the town and the people.
A week of fun
We loved Breckenridge!! The slopes are fantastic and the town offers lots of dining/shopping/entertainment options.
Breckenridge is a great town, loved that the transit is all free. Friendly people, great ski conditions.
Christmas vacation in Breckenridge
The ski.com mountain specialist was spot on in recommending Breckenridge for our first ski experience out West. The mountain had something for our group. We had a beginner to expert skiers.