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There's no place like Colorado when it comes to skiing. With 13 world-class resorts, and a total of 41,648 ft of vertical rise, 29,460 acres of skiable terrain, 4,241 inches of annual snowfall, and nearly 4000 exclusive lodging options, 300 exquisite dining venues, and 50+ day spas for après ski relaxation and rejuvenation---it's a winter wonderland for ski and board enthusiasts alike. Plus, the magnificent Rocky Mountains provide spectacular skiing conditions for all levels of skiers and some of the most breath-taking scenery in the West.

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Aspen Mountain

Aspen MountainSince 1947, Aspen Mountain has been serving up black-diamond glades, bumps and steeps for anyone who dares step off the lift. Now 60 years later, guests are happy that - aside from a new gondola - things haven't changed a bit.

Season dates: November 22, 2007 - April 13, 2008

Lift hours: All lifts open at 9 a.m. and close at 3:30 p.m.

Base elevation: 7,945 ft./2,422 m

Summit elevation: 11,212 ft./3,418 m

Vertical rise: 3,267 ft./996 m

Terrain: 673 acres/272 hectares

Number of trails: 76

Miles/km of trails:  64 miles/103 km

Longest run: 3 miles/4.83 km

Steepest run: Elevator Shaft section of the Silver Queen run - slope angle of 42 degrees

Types of trails: easiest: 0%, more difficult: 48%, most difficult: 26%, expert: 26%

Annual snowfall: 300 inches/762 cm

Snowmaking: 210 acres/85 hectares

Lifts: 8: 6 primary - 1 gondola (14-minute ride), 1 high-speed quad, 1 high-speed double, 1 quad, 2 doubles; 2 secondary - 1 quad (Little Nell), 1 double (Bell Mountain)

Lift capacity: 10,755 riders/hour

Uncrowded slopes:  On average, 3 people per acre/9 people per hectare

Best known for: Steep, bump runs that drop right into the town of Aspen

Best-kept secret: Venture off the groomed runs and have black/double-black-diamond trails all to yourself!

What's new:  After two decades of faithful service, the Silver Queen Gondola has received a complete overhaul with, most notably, 147 spacious new Swiss-made cabins which went online in the spring of 2006. These new cabins offer more interior space for up to six passengers, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows so you can soak up the surrounding views before plunging down the slopes.                 

Location: Within the White River National Forest, the mountain rises up from downtown Aspen

Rental/Retail:  Four-Mountain Sports/D&E Ski and Snowboard Shop/D&E Women across the street from the Silver Queen Gondola

Restaurants: : Sundeck, Bonnie's, The Tavern, Montagna Restaurant and Bar in The Little Nell



Find your way around in Aspen/Snowmass with Aspen and Snowmass Village town maps.

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SnowmassWith a vertical drop of 4,406 feet, 3,132 acres of terrain, cruisers, glades and steeps, the sheer volume of Snowmass demands repeat visits. And it doesn't end there - all NEW this year, the mid-mountain Elk Camp Meadows learning area accessed by the Elk Camp Gondola, the Snow Park Technologies terrain park and The Treehouse Kids' Adventure Center offer something for everyone.

Season dates: November 22, 2007 - April 13, 2008

Lift hours: The Sky Cab opens at 8 a.m.; the Cirque lift opens at 10 a.m.; the Village Express and Big Burn lifs open at 8:30 a.m.; all other lifts open at 9 a.m.

Base elevation: 8,104 ft./2,473 m

Summit elevation: 12,510 ft./3,813 m

Vertical rise: 4,406 ft./1,343 m

Terrain:  3,132 acres/1,267 hectares

Number of trails: 91

Miles/km of trails: 147 miles/237 km

Longest run: 5.3 miles/8.5 km

Steepest runs: Gowdy's and AMF - slope angle of 40 degrees

Types of trails: easiest: 6%, more difficult: 50%, most difficult: 12%, expert: 32%

Annual snowfall: 300 inches/762 cm

Snowmaking: 230 acres/93 hectares

Lifts: 24 Total: 21 primary - 1 eight-passenger gondola, 1 high-speed six passenger chair, 1 six-passenger pulse gondola (enclosed), 6 high-speed quads, 2 quads, 3 doubles, 5 magic carpets, 2 ski/snowboard school lifts; 3 secondary - 1 double (Sheer Bliss), 2 platter pulls (Cirque and Scooper)  

Lift capacity: 34,497 riders/hour

Uncrowded slopes: On average 2 people per acre/5 people per hectare

Best known for: Wide-open, groomed cruising and family-friendly activities. Snowmass has long been rated one of the best family ski areas in North America.

Best-kept secret: Dine for lunch at the rustic Lynn Britt Cabin located mid-mountain. The daily "Noon Groom," a freshly groomed run that reopens at noon. Take the short hike to the Long Shot trail where intermediate skiers and snowboarders can get a backcountry experience while in-bounds.

What's new: Elk Camp Meadows learning area located mid-mountain with a quad chairlift dedicated to making learning easier; bigger and better Snowmass Terrain Park; and the new Treehouse Kids' Adventure Center, Snowmass Gondola Ticket Office, private lesson lounge and retail amenities, all conveniently located in  the new base village.

Location:  Within the White River National Forest, adjacent to Snowmass Village and 9 miles from downtown Aspen

Parks and pipes: 3 terrain parks (new Snowmass Terrain Park, Makaha and Scooper), 1 superpipe and 1 beginner pipe

Lodging: 14,303 pillows within a 10-mile radius. For more information, please call Stay Aspen Snowmass at 970-925-9000 or 888-649-5985 (95% ski-in/ski-out).

Rental/Retail: Four-Mountain Sports/D&E Ski and Snowboard Shop on the Snowmass Village Mall, Four-Mountain Sports at Two Creeks, Beginner's Magic at base village, and NEW this year, Four-Mountain Kids at The Treehouse Kids' Adventure Center

Restaurants: 8: Cirque Bar & Grill, Café Suzanne, Gwyn's High Alpine, Lynn Britt Cabin (lunches and snowcat dinner rides


Aspen Highlands

Aspen Highlands, the locals' favorite, boasts breathtaking vistas of the surrounding Maroon Bells and an abundance of expert terrain and groomed cruisers. Hike to the 12,392-foot summit of Highland Bowl for Colorado's ultimate in-bounds backcountry rush. With the addition of the Deep Temerity lift and 220 acres over the last two seasons, we're proud to offer some of the most challenging big-mountain terrain in North America.

Season dates: December 8, 2007 - April 6, 2008

Lift hours: All lifts open at 9 a.m. and close at 3:30 p.m.

Base elevation: 8,040 ft./2,451 m.

Summit elevation: 11,675 ft./3,559 m. (top of Highland Bowl 12,392 ft.)

Vertical rise: 3,635 ft./1,108 m.

Terrain: 1,010 acres/409 hectares

Number of trails: 125

Miles/km of trails: 84 miles/135 km

Longest run: 3.5 miles/5.6 km

Steepest run: Go-Go Gully, Highland Bowl (description on Highlands' Extreme Guide) - slope angle of 48 degrees

Types of trails: easiest: 18%, more difficult: 30%, most difficult: 16%, expert: 36%

Annual snowfall: 300 inches/762 cm

Snowmaking: 110 acres/44 hectares

Lifts: 5: 3 high-speed quads, 2 triples

Lift capacity: 6,500 riders/hour

Uncrowded slopes: On average, 2 people per acre/5 people per hectare

Best known for: Steep, big-mountain skiing in Highland Bowl, Olympic Bowl and Steeplechase; Deception, Aces and 8's on the Olympic Side

Best-kept secret: The newly extended Mushroom trail will test even the fittest legs of mogul enthusiasts. For incredible skiing/riding on a powder day, head to Child's Play in the Highland Bowl. Or, check out Log Jam Gully, Bowling Alley and Fran's Love in Deep Temerity.

What's New: Some of the most stunning and challenging big-mountain terrain, thanks to the addition of 220 new acres over the last two seasons.

Location: Within the White River National Forest, 3 miles from downtown Aspen

Rental/Retail: Four-Mountain Sports at the base of the mountain

Restaurants: 5 TOTAL: Merry-Go-Round, Cloud Nine Alpine Bistro, Willow Creek Bistro, Crust Pizzeria, ZG Grill

Parking: High Occupancy Vehicles (4 or more people) park for FREE at Aspen Highlands. Paid parking is enforced from 7:30 a.m. to noon daily. Daily parking fee is $10; 10-pass punch card available for $70.



Famous as the home of the ESPN Winter X Games, Buttermilk is actually best known for wide-open and gently rolling trails that cater to beginners and families. Keep an eye out for Olympians, Winter X Games champs and other park kids braving the giant features in the legendary terrain park. 

Season dates: December 8, 2007 - April 6, 2008

Lift hours: All lifts open at 9 a.m. and close at 3:30 p.m.

Base elevation: 7,870 ft./2,399 m

Summit elevation: 9,900 ft./3,018 m

Vertical rise: 2,030 ft./619 m

Terrain: 470 acres/190 hectares

Number of trails: 44

Miles/km of trails: 21 miles/34 km

Longest run: 3 miles/4.83 km

Types of trails: easiest: 35%, more difficult: 39%, most difficult: 26%, expert: 0%

Annual snowfall: 200 inches/508 cm

Snowmaking: 108 acres/44 hectares

Lifts: 9: 2 high-speed quads, 3 doubles, 2 handle tows, 2 ski/snowboard school lifts

Lift capacity: 7,500 riders/hour

Uncrowded slopes: On average, 4 people per acre/8 people per hectare

Best known for: ESPN Winter X Games, which will be held at Buttermilk through 2010; beginner terrain makes Buttermilk an excellent learning mountain for new skiers and snowboarders; unsurpassed grooming

Best-kept secret: Long, wide groomers at West Buttermilk and steeper rolling runs at Tiehack.

What's new: Buttermilk Terrain Park - Snow Park Technologies (SPT) Branded Park including the X Games Superpipe (550 ft long) and X Games Slopestyle course

Location: Within the White River National Forest, 3 miles from downtown Aspen, 6 miles from Snowmass

Parks and pipes: 5 terrain parks (Ski & Snowboard School, Teaser, Uncle Chuck's, Jacob's Ladder and X Park), 1 superpipe (X Games Superpipe) and 1 beginner pipe (Panda Pipe) - all within Buttermilk Terrain Park offering levels from freestyle beginners to experts. Don't be surprised to find yourself riding along side Olympic and X Games medalists on any given day.

Rental/Retail: Four-Mountain Sports at the base of the mountain

Restaurants: 2: Bumps and The Cliffhouse



Find your way around in Aspen/Snowmass with Aspen and Snowmass Village town maps.

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Beaver Creek

Beaver Creek

At the gate, you leave everyday life behind. That's why people travel here from all over the world, and many make it a tradition. The drama of rock and shy, the sheer grandeur of this place, is one reason. That it is North America's World Cup mountain is another.

It is also a place of intimacy. A private resort hidden from view, with the power to bring people together. "The consumate kid-friendly resort." That's what SKI Magazine has called Beaver Creek, and strolling through the square you can see why. It is a modern, custom-designed resort with the cozy, unhurried feel of an Alpine village.

At this elevation the air is clear, and so are the taste buds. Here you'll follow in the footsteps of gourmets and food critics. Here you can dine in a snow covered meadow, a pristine aspen glade, a private museum.

Beaver Creek regularly wins awards and accolades for its food, wine, service, lodging, saftey standards and environmental efforts. It's a place where the staff are trained to not just provide what guests want, but to anticipate it.

Welcome to Beaver Creek, welcome to your Shangri-La.


Three distinct villages lie at the base of Beaver Creek Mountain:

Beaver Creek Village, the main and eastern-most village is truly the heart of the resort. 
Bachelor Gulch, located to the west of the main village, is home to The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch. 
Arrowhead, Beaver Creek Mountain's western-most gateway, offers seclusion coupled with excellent slope-side access.

For a better perspective view our Interactive Map. 

Beaver Creek Village


The heart of the resort, Beaver Creek Village is full of quaint shops, art galleries, bars and restaurants, all conveniently linked by heated walkways and escalators. All accommodations are ski-in courtesy by means of connecting trails and skier bridges.

Amenities available to guests staying in the main village:

  • Main access to the Centennial chairlift with beginner, intermediate & advanced terrain
  • Lift ticket & pass office, equipment rentals, and ski storage
  • Ski & Snowboard Schools, Nordic Center, Small World Play School
  • Ice Rink, Vilar Center for the Arts, numerous restaurants and bars
  • Hotel rooms, condominiums and B&B accommodations
To see a closer view of the village, take a look at the Village Map

Bachelor Gulch Village


Part of the unique Village-to-VillageTM skiing experience and home to the The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch and vacation rental homes. A perfect place to stay for slopeside access and mountain serenity.

Amenities available for guests staying in Bachelor Gulch:

  • Lift ticket office, Ski & Snowboard School
  • Retail apparel and equipment rental in Beaver Creek Sports
  • Main access to the Bachelor Gulch Express Lift with beginner & intermediate terrain
  • Restaurants, outdoor patio and bar
  • Free dial-a-ride shuttles to Beaver Creek Village

Arrowhead Village


   Arrowhead is the westernmost gateway to Beaver Creek on the the Village-to-Village ski experience. It is home to Vista Restaurant, Broken Arrow Restaurant, and many private homes and condominiums available for vacation rentals. 

Amenities available to guests staying in Arrowhead:

  • Lift ticket office, retail store  
  • Main access to the Arrowbahn Express Lift with beginner & intermediate terrain
  • Broken Arrow Restaurant with outdoor patio and bar
  • Free dial-a-ride shuttles to Beaver Creek Village


If World Cup racers refer to Beaver Creek as their favorite place to compete, maybe there is something you should know.

Every year, Beaver Creek Mountain hosts the world as athletes and spectators alike migrate to our mountain top resort for the Birds of Prey Men's World Cup. But that is only a slice of what Beaver Creek has to offer. From the gentle, manicured slopes of Bachelor Gulch, to the open intermediate trails of Larkspur and Rose Bowl, to the steep bumps of Grouse Mountain, skiers and riders of all abilities will feel at home on our mountain.

At Beaver Creek grooming is our passion. We groom twenty hours a day, seven days a week. Fifty-two operators work ten-hour shifts at 11,000ft. behind a turbo-charged diesel engine. The result, 776 groomed acres a day or a total of 106,000 acres per season of pure corduroy for you skiing pleasure. After you enjoy the sweetest, softest terrain in North America, don't forget about those groomers taking their 3am lunch break to get the mountain ready for tomorrow.

Your mountain, is our backyard and experiencing nature is a privilege that we do our best to earn. Beaver Creek is 100% powered by wind, and recycles 1.4 million pounds of material every year. Even our trail maps are made with recycles paper.


Explore the mountain before you arrive...

Our Interactive Resort Map allows you to see the entire mountain and villages, as well as dining and lodging options.

Map out your day after reviewing our Trail Maps of Beaver Creek Mountain, the Talons Challenge, McCoy Park, and the Birds of Prey World Cup racecourse.

Did you know Beaver Creek grooms 776 acres a day? Click here for more Mountain Statistics.



Vail is the Grand Dame of Colorado ski resorts offering luxury and style in a world-class setting.  Guests will enchanted by the European ambiance and Old World feel of Vail Village with its picturesque pedestrian mall and superb shopping and dining establishments. Skiers flock to Vail to experience the legendary terrain which includes nearly 5300 skiable acres and 7 miles of mountain spread across 3 distinct areas, including 7 bowls. That's about 2 skiers per acre under Colorado's spectacular blue skies which average over 300 sunshine days each year. Vail summers are filled with festivals, world-class music, dance and arts and the great Rocky Mountain outdoors, including championship golf, mountain biking, hiking, gold-medal fishing and white-water rafting.

The Mountain

Vail boasts three distinct areas of the mountain, each with their own features and fortes, including four terrain parks, seven bowls and 5,289 acres of freeride terrain. At seven miles wide, finding fresh tracks is as easy as finding elbow room. In fact, on an average day, there are only two skiers per acre, and on a busy day, only four! Take an interactive tour of the mountain to really get a feel for the largest ski resort in the U.S.

This legendary ski resort is a favourite of world travellers for its romantic village and mountain that you'll fall in love with instantly.

Located just 190km from Denver Airport and 56km from Vail/Eagle County Airport in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. It features the largest single ski mountain and the biggest network of high-speed quad lifts in North America.

Whether you are an expert or a beginner skier or snowboarder, you'll be transported quickly to more terrain than you can fit into your holiday.

Visit Blue Sky Basin and you'll find yourself surrounded by tall evergreens, acres of white and an endless sky of blue.

You can also explore the front side of the resort, where the trails match every ability level and the views of the Gore Range go on forever. If you snowboard, visit the Golden Peak Half Pipe and Park with a super pipe-15 feet deep with 17-foot transitions!

When you're not cruising the mountain, you'll be caught up in the excitement of Vail's pedestrian village which is bustling with activities. Shopping, dining, après-ski parties, fireworks in the night sky, dancing, spas, live music, festivals-it's all there for you and you're family to discover.

Why is Vail's world-renowned so inviting? It has so many activities for you and your family to experience. Step out of your bindings and into Adventure Ridge.

A stroll through Vail Village introduces you to dozen's of shops, specialty boutiques and art galleries that feature unique jewellery, clothing and accessories, sporting gear, souvenirs and artwork.

More than 350 restaurants and bars throughout the Vail valley are prepared to satisfy just about any culinary or nightlife craving, while a variety of spas and fitness centres are wonderful places to pamper yourself and unwind.

Truly, a Vail holiday has something for everyone in your family.

Mountain Statistics
Base Elevation:2475m
Vertical Drop: 1052m
Summit Elevaton: 3527m
Skiable Terrain:5289 acres
Number of trails:193
Number of lifts:34
Average Snowfall: 8.66m
Terrain:Novice 18%
 Intermediate 29%
 Expert 53%

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At Keystone, one glance at the grand expanse of mountains and you'll appreciate what people mean when they talk about the Nature of the Rockies.

3 Mountains, 5 Bowls, Acres of Fun

Located in the White River National Forest, Keystone is home to three magnificent mountain playgrounds-Dercum Mountain, North Peak, and The Outback.  There's something special for every skier and rider of any level at each mountain. There are more than 3,000 vertical feet and over 3,000 acres of bowls, bumps, glades, steeps and groomers to be experienced.

Dercum Mountain  peaks at 11,640 feet and offers skiers and riders a variety of Green beginner runs and Blue intermediate runs with long groomers, A51 Terrain Park - one of Transworld Snowboarding's Top 10 Parks for the second year running - Night Skiing  and tubing at Adventure Point.   Access the Windows from top of Dercum Mountain as well as  Bergman, Erikson and Independence Bowls.  Catch a snowcat guided tour from Advernture Point.

North Peak   tops out at 11,660 feet and offers skiers and riders long bump runs with a variety of Blue intermediate and Black expert runs.  At the top lives The Outpost.  The Outpost is home to The Alpenglow Stube, Der Fondue Chessel and the Timber Ridge food court.  Access scenic snowcat tours from the top of North Peak.  

The Outback peaks at 11,980 feet and offers skiers and riders Blue intermediate and Black Expert runs.  The Outback is home to some of the states' best tree skiing and North and South Bowls.  Hike to North and South bowl or take the Outback Cat Shuttle.

Keystone offers 
guided snowcat tours /hiking access to 278 acres of our new expert terrain in Independence Bowl.  Keystone Adventure Tours cat skiing will provide guided tours to Independence, along with Erickson and Bergman bowls.  Independence will also be accessible by hiking for a "backcountry light" experience.

Colorado's biggest night skiing  operation is here, including some features in A51 Terrain Park, which you can also check out under the lights.   

The U.S. Ski Team  and Keystone, along with York Snow, partnered to install additional snowmaking on Keystone's North Peak and provided exclusive early-season training for U.S. Ski Team athletes this November.

The overview

  • 3,148 acres
  • 3,128 vertical feet
  • 121 trails
  • 20 Lifts including 2 gondolas, 1 express six-pack and 5 high speed quads.
  • Night skiing
  • Tree skiing
  • A51 Terrain Park
  • Alpine bowl skiing

Only 90 minutes from Denver International Airport, this sophisticated family friendly resort feels as if it is far, far away from the hectic place you left behind.

With seven distinct neighbourhoods, the resort has more than 1,600 lodging options to meet your needs. River Run and Keystone Village are poised to entertain you with their electric mix of shops, restaurants, pubs, après - ski gathering places, events and nightlife.

As if the skiing and snowboarding on Keystone's three mountains aren't enough to keep you occupied, there are even more activities awaiting your discovery.

Mountain Statistics
Base Elevation:2835m
Vertical Drop: 954m
Summit Elevation: 3782m
Skiable Terrain:2870 acres
Number of trails:116
Number of lifts:19
Average Snowfall: 5.84m
Terrain:Novice 19%
 Intermediate 32%
 Expert 49%

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Brimming with history mixed into a modern community of friendly locals whose passion for living in the high Rockies is evident by the smiles and excitement that greet you wherever you go.

In the coffeehouses and cafes, on the pristine mountain peaks or just walking the streets and exploring the old and new, you'll feel welcomed! Old meets new and blends beautifully in one of Colorado's largest Historic Districts. The 141 -year -old town has 171 registered buildings mixed with an abundance of modern accommodations, amenities and every conceivable convenience.

Main Street bustles with an electric array of coffee houses, casual and fine dining establishments and the sounds of live music and dancing pouring out of the many nightclubs and bars. Here you'll strike the perfect balance of everything that makes a vacation great.

Breckenridge offers some of the most exhilarating skiing on the 2208 acres of exceptional ski and snowboard terrain. Not to mention the legendary off piste skiing and snowboarding in the breathtaking high alpine bowls and renowned terrains and half pipes.

The four distinct Rocky Mountain Peaks are guaranteed to satisfy all levels of ability, all just steps away from this colourful town and only 166km from Denver International Airport.

The diversity of mountain peaks will heighten your interest in skiing and snowboarding at Breckenridge.

Mountain Stats

Season: November 9, 2007 - April 20, 2008 (Weather permitting)
Hours of operation: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM 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
Lifts: 29

  • 29 total
  • 2 high-speed 6-passenger SuperChairs
  • 7 high-speed quad lifts
  • 1 triple lift
  • 6 double lifts
  • 1 8-passenger gondola
  • 4 surface lifts
  • 8 carpet lifts

Lift Capacity: 37,880 people per hour
Operating Since: December 16, 1961
Total Ski/Ride Terrain: 2358 acres / 954 hectares 
Groomed Daily: 600 acres / 241 hectares (29 percent of total terrain) 
Bowls: 772 acres / 312 hectares
Terrain Parks: 25 acres / 10 hectares
Snowmaking: 565 acres / 228 hectares
Number of Trails: 155
Longest Trail: Four O'Clock - 3.5 miles / 5.6 kilometers


  • Easiest 14%:
    Breckenridge boasts some of the best learning terrain anywhere. Skiers and riders will find most beginner trails located off Chair 7 on Peak 8, including a portion the 3.5 mile Four O' Clock run, the longest trail at Breckenridge, and the Quicksilver Super6 and A lifts on Peak 9.
  • More Difficult 31%:
    An intermediate's paradise, Peak 7 is home to seven new gently rolling more difficult runs, accessed by a six-passenger SuperChair. Undoubtedly the local's favorite, Claimjumper is located on Peak 8 in addition to Northstar and Crescendo. Two high-speed SuperChairs on Peak 9 access more than ten intermediate trails for non-stop skiing and riding.
  • Most Difficult 19%:
    Duke's Run on Peak 8 offers a winning combination of both bumps and groomed terrain. Take the T-Bar up to Pika, Ptarmigan, White Crown and Forget-Me-Not for wide-open bowls and stunning views. Peak 9's Peerless is a great place to learn how to master the bumps, while bump masters will appreciate 6-Chair, especially on a powder day. A quick ride up the Falcon SuperChair on Peak 10 wisks skiers and riders to three advanced intermediate groomers, steep and deep bump runs, and the legendary glades of The Burn.
  • Expert 36%:
    Peak 7 offers vast steep terrain without the trees at a 45-degree pitch. On Peak 8, the experienced skier and rider can enjoy amazing alpine vistas from atop Horseshoe Bowl (lift access) or Imperial Bowl at 12,998 ft via the new highest lift in North America! Hike to Lake Chutes for a 55 degree pitch (extreme terrain), between 10 and 80 feet of cornice, rocks to jump and of course, fresh tracks. Peak 9 features tree skiing at it's best. The Windows is an easy hike (anywhere from 10 to 20 minutes depending on a skier or rider's speed) from the Patrol Hut atop Peak 9. The South Side of Peak 10 sports big fat bumps, hidden kickers and glades - all without seeing another soul (or at least many souls).

Mountain Maps

Winter TrailmapInteractive Trail Map Includes printable trail map, grooming, all lifts and trails, on-mountain dining, and ski school.
Special PackagesNew Parking Map
Includes information on paid and free parking from the base of the Breck Connect Gondola.
Beaver Run Base MapBeaver Run Base Map Located on Peak 9, Beaver Run offers skier drop off and pick up. Ski in ski out lodging restaurants and bars.
Peak 8 Base Map An overview of Peak 8 base area services, meeting areas, and parking.
Village Base Map Located at the base of Peak 9, the Village offers ski in lodging, restaurants, bars and services.
Ski and Ride School Map Shows all different ski school meeting areas, locations, times and phone numbers


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