Your Epic Discovery journey begins at Breckenridge Station, located walking distance from Main Street. Stop in the gondola ticket office to learn more about what’s new this summer. Then take a ride up the free BreckConnect Gondola, or hop on the bus for a free shuttle up the mountain to Peak 8 Base Camp. The address of the Breck Connect Gondola is 170 Watson Ave, Breckenridge CO 80424.
Free Gondola Hours: 9am – 6pm
Bus Schedule: Departing Breckenridge Station every half hour (on the :15 and :45)
Parking: Most convenient parking is in the North Gondola Lot. The price of $10/day can be validated at any of our ticket offices with the purchase of an Epic Discovery product. Free parking is available in the South Gondola Lot, and hourly paid parking is available at all other lots and meters in town. Note: There is no parking or drop-off access at Peak 8 for Breckenridge Resort.
Call (970) 453-5000 to speak with an Epic Discovery expert and plan your summer trip to Breckenridge!
EPIC DISCOVERY HOURS:
Open 7 days a week:
June 9 - September 4, 2017.
Open Friday - Sunday:
September 8 - September 10, 2017.
Epic Discovery Hours:
9:30am to 5:30pm
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
TICKET PICK UP
If you have made an online order for your Epic Discovery tickets/passes, please proceed to the ticket office located within Epic Discovery. Be ready to present your email confirmation.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Sun Protection: At 9,000 feet, exposure to the sun is 40% greater than it is at sea level. We recommend sunscreen with a sun protection factor of 15 or higher, as well as eye protection.
Lightning and Thunderstorms: Afternoon thunderstorms are common in the mountains and may cause interruptions and delays in summer activities and lift operations. Lifts and activities may close on occasion due to weather conditions, causing delays. Take proper precautions when you see or hear a storm developing: seek shelter, keep off ridgelines, and stay clear of chairlift houses, lift towers, power lines, open spaces, lone trees and signposts.
High-Altitude Environment: If you live at a lower elevation, you may tire more easily. Take it easy at first, plan short trips until you are acclimated and drink plenty of water. Some visitors may experience symptoms associated with Breck’s high altitude. Symptoms may include headaches, nausea, and dizziness, loss of appetite, restless sleep, coughing and difficulty in breathing. If symptoms persist or if you have a concern about your health, you should seek medical attention."
Adequate Clothing: Be aware, mountain weather changes quickly and there is usually at least a 10-degree temperature difference from the bottom to the top of the lifts. Bring a raincoat and consider a sweater or fleece layer. Wear closed-toed, comfortable, sturdy shoes, such as hiking boots or tennis shoes. Hair ties are suggested for shoulder length hair or longer.
Health and Safety Guidelines: Most activities have height, weight and age requirements, please refer to each activity section to understand any restrictions that may apply. If you are pregnant or have heart, back/neck or other serious health issues, you should consult a physician prior to participating in any activity. Most activities require guests to be ambulatory and be able walk on their own. Trained service animals are welcome in most locations on Breckenridge Mountain. Although trained service animals are welcome, guests who use service animals must retain control of their animals at all times and should keep them on a leash or harness while visiting. Documenting your vacation is always encouraged; check out our EpicMix Photos upon arrival, however Selfie Sticks are prohibited on our activities.
Weather in the mountains can change quickly and unexpectedly. We will follow strict weather protocol with guest and employee safety as a top priority.
Tickets or passes that are completely unused may be eligible for a refund.
If all Epic Discovery activities are closed for 75 minutes or more day passes may be eligible for a replacement. Eligibility for a replacement pass is determined by pass usage.