Breckenridge boasts 2,908 acres of Colorado’s finest terrain, including four terrain parks, two half-pipes and 187 trails spread across five huge peaks. We groom 29% of our total terrain daily and have snowmaking on 600 acres!
Terrain Status through Breck’s 2017 Closing Day, April 23:
-Peak 8 will remain open through April 23, 2017.
-Peaks 9 and 10 will remain open through April 16, 2017; however, Silverthorne run will be available on Peak 9 with access from Quicksilver SuperChair through April 23.
-Peak 6 and Peak 7 will be open through April 16, 2017; however, some select trails leading back to the base of Peak 7 from Peak 8 will be open through April 23.
-QuickSilver SuperChair and Peak 8 SuperConnect will remain open through April 23 for guest access from Peak 9 to Peak 8 and back. Access from Peak 8 back to Peak 9 will be through Crosscut and Lower Sawmill ski trails.
-Ski Hill Grill, TBar, Sevens and Visit Haus restaurants will remain open through April 23. The Maggie will have limited food and beverage services April 17 through April 23.
-The last day of operation for the season for A and C Chairs will be April 2, 2017. The Overlook restaurant will also close April 2, 2017.
*Please note the “lifts” box below may include surface or carpet lifts as part of the total. Refer to the full grid at the bottom of this page for full details on which lifts and runs are open!
Lift operation and terrain closures are dependent on weather conditions and snow safety; therefore subject to change at any time.