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Breckenridge ski resort has become a giant of winter recreation, attracting more than a million visits each ski season. 28 ski lifts and, soon, a brand new gondola serving Peaks 7 and 8, bring skiers and snowboarders to the ski resort's 2,200 acres of skiable terrain spanning over 146 trails. Seven half pipes and snowboard parks scattered over Breckenridge's various peaks make up a snowboarder's heaven. Winter sports enthusiasts as well as casual skiers from all over the United States and countries around the world flock to Colorado to experience the marvelous skiing and superb winter recreation and entertainment experience at Breckenridge ski resort.
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  • Volunteer Rangers will guide a 1 hour interpretive ski tour highlighting the resources of the National Forest and the resort’s environmental commitments.
Starlight Dinners
  • Get whisked away by sled to the top of Breckenridge Mountain where the best Colorado cuisine awaits you. Enjoy a cozy, warm atmosphere at TenMile Station far away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Breckenridge Nordic Center
  • Discover cross-country skiing (32Km) & nature snowshoe (15Km) trails (easy, rolling and expert terrain) in the White River National Forest.
  • Hiking Tours
  • Mini Golf
  • Cycling
  • Rock Climbing
  • Alpine Superslide
  • Duck Races
  • Scenic Chairlift Rides
  • Trampoline
  • Hot Air Balloon
  • Mine Tours
  • Bergie Beach
  • Museums
  • Fine Dinning
  • Spas
  • Live Music
  • Martini Tasting
  • Arcade
  • Yoga At Carter Park
  • Mine Tours
YOUR RESPONSIBILITY CODE 

Breckenridge is committed to promoting skier safety. In addition to people using traditional alpine ski equipment, you may be joined on the slopes by snowboarders, telemark skiers or cross-country skiers, skiers with disabilities, skiers with specialized equipment and others. Always show courtesy to others and be aware that there are elements of risk in skiing and snowboarding that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Know your ability level and stay within it. Observe “Your Responsibility Code” listed below and share with other skiers the responsibility for a great skiing experience.
  • Always stay in control, and be able to stop or avoid other people or objects.
  • People ahead of you have the right of way. It is your responsibility to avoid them.
  • You must not stop where you obstruct a trail or are not visible from above.
  • Whenever starting downhill or merging into a trail, look uphill and yield to others.
  • Always use devices to help prevent runaway equipment.
  • Observe all posted signs and warnings. Keep off closed trails and out of closed areas.
  • Prior to using any lift, you must have the knowledge and ability to load, ride and unload safely.
Be advised that Breckenridge Ski Resort does not mark all potential obstacles or hazards. When marked, poles, flags, fencing, signage, padding or other forms of marking are used to inform the skier/rider of the location of a potential obstacle or hazard. These markers are no guarantee of your safety. It is part of your responsibility under the Your Responsibility Code and the Colorado Ski Safety Act to avoid all obstacles and hazards. 

-SKI SAFETY
  • HEADS UP- KNOW THE CODE, IT'S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY
COLORADO SKI SAFETY ACT 

The Colorado legislature, recognizing risks that are inherent in the sport, has passed the Colorado Ski Safety Act which provides inherent risks of the sport and relative responsibilities of the skier; and the ski area. You must obey the Act. Under the Act, any person using the facilities of a ski area is considered a skier. 

 -WARNING
  • Under Colorado law, a skier assumes the risk of any injury to person or property resulting from any of the inherent dangers and risks of skiing and may not recover from any ski area operator for any injury resulting from any of the inherent dangers and risks of skiing, including: changing weather conditions; existing and changing snow conditions; bare spots; rocks; stumps; trees; collisions with natural objects, man-made objects, or other skiers; variations in terrain; and the failure of skiers to ski within their own abilities.
  • The Ski Safety Act was amended in 2004 to include CLIFFS, EXTREME TERRAIN, JUMPS AND FREESTYLE TERRAIN as inherent dangers and risks of the sport.
  • Skiers and Riders should be advised that a green circle, blue square, or black diamond trail at Breckenridge Ski Resort is not necessarily the same as a green circle, blue square or black diamond trail at other resorts. The system is a relative rating of trails at each resort and does not compare trail difficulty between resorts. Skiers and Riders should begin with the easiest terrain and then move up in difficulty as their ability permits in order to understand the relative rating at Breckenridge Ski Resort.
-CAUTION
  • Snowcats, snowmobiles and snowmaking may be encountered at any time. 
-SLOW ZONES
  • Certain areas (indicated on the map in yellow) are designated as SLOW ZONES. Please observe the posted slow areas by maintaining a speed no faster than the general flow of traffic. Space and speed are especially important in these areas. Fast and aggressive skiing will notbe tolerated.
-HELMET USE
  • Breckenridge encourages our guests to educate themselves on the benefits and limitations of winter sports helmets. Regardless of whether or not you choose to wear a helmet, every winter sport participant shares responsibility for his or her safety and for that of others using the ski area facilities.

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