Breck's Five Peaks


As you first make your way into town, it’s impossible to miss Breck’s massive Five Peaks cutting into the skyline. Part of the Rocky Mountain’s Ten Mile Range, Breck is comprised of Peaks 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, spanning from North to South (Fun Fact: The northern-most peak in the Ten Mile Range starts with Peak 1 in Frisco and spans through the ski resort to the southern-most peak, Quandary, which is one of Colorado's famous 14ers). In winter, Breck’s Five Peaks are home to more than 180 trails for skiing and riding, plus a whole bunch of take-your-breath-away above-treeline terrain in our high alpine that offer views for days.

Our Five Peaks each offer their own style and personality, and together create endless opportunities to explore and discover new terrain and new adventures across nearly 3,000 acres.

Breck's High Alpine Terrain

Above Treeline: The Story of Breck's High Alpine
When you drive into Breckenridge you can't miss the the sight of the High Alpine terrain towering above both mountain and town. Towering above the treeline this terrain invites seasoned adventurers to challenge themselves and new skiers and riders to aspire to tackle something higher. Learn about the founding, exploration, expansion, control, and feeling of riding the Breck's High Alpine terrain in our all new 6 part documentary! 
Every person arrives at Breck in the midst of their own story. Whether to chase exhilaration, or simply seek within, we invite you to author your next adventure  in the High Alpine. Because in truth, the High Alpine  is the center of gravity that draws us all in, and a constant reminder to anyone who gazes upward that there’s always more to discover. Should you journey beyond the tree line and above the clouds, Breck’s 5 stunning peaks are your gateway  to unparalleled  views and a thrilling experience proof that you’re part of something bigger. So for all who are called to write their mountain story here, we invite you to make the High Alpine  your next chapter.