With more than 2,908 acres of skiing and riding terrain for all levels, a handful of world-renowned terrain parks and half pipes, and a state-of-the-art ski and snowboard school, it'a easy to understand 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.