Breckenridge Ski Resort

Colorado Ski Country’s accessibility and infrastructure make the state a top spot for skiers and snowboarders. Breckenridge Ski Resort is one of the leading ski areas in the nation.

There are four world-class ski areas located in Summit County and an additional 14 ski areas located within a two-hour drive.

Breckenridge Ski Resort is spread across six peaks and 2,908 acres.
There are 600 acres of trails that are groomed nightly. The latest addition is Peak 6, which offers above-treeline bowl skiing for intermediate skiers and snowboarders. Advanced and expert skiers have plenty of steeps and deeps to choose from, including the Imperial Express, North America’s highest chairlift, The T-Bar which opens up the chutes in the Horseshoe Bowl, E Chair, which offers super steeps, and 6 Chair, where everybody can get together and test their skills. Shredders looking to tear up the park that Breckenridge has to offer, spread over 25 acres and suitable for every skill level.


Hiking is one of the most popular sport to enjoy in Breckenridge during every season. Breckenridge has over _____ trails that are easily accessible and not far to get to. Check out our list of favorite Breckenridge trails for all ages, and levels.

  • Carter Park
    • Great trail for all ages. Make it as long or short as you want. Take the switch backs (watch for bikers) or run the steps!
  • Illinois Creek
    • great scenery, coverage from sun and a mild but great hike for the whole family.
  • Moonstone
    • Travel the trails, and up to an open field with a spectacular view of the entire 10 mile range.
  • Baldy Mountain
    • Summit to the top and take in the birds eye views of Breckenridge. This one is for more of the expert hikers so make sure to bring enough water!
  • Boreas Pass
    • Stunning year-round but particuallary in the fall, hike all the way to the continental divide.
  • Mohawk Lake
    • For hikers who are looking for a strenuous hike with unbeatable views.