Explore Above Treeline

High Alpine

"The first time I ever stood on top of the summit of Peak 8,I was just awestruck. You can see over a hundred miles from the top and you just stand there your first time upthere for quite a while and just kind of turn yourself in a circle [to] look around and you see the Maroon Bells,Pike's Peakand14ersin the Front Range.I've been up there athousand timeand I've neverhesitated when I get to the top to take a few minutes and look around and draw it allinbecause it never gets old."
Will Barrett
Assistant Ski Patrol Director, Breckenridge Ski Resort
Breck's High Alpine Documentary
An all new documentary on Breck’s High Alpine area will be premiering this Fall! For now please check out some of the development of Peak 6 and stay tuned for a trailer coming soon.
Every person arrives at Breck in the midst of their own story. Whether to chaseexhilaration, or simply seek within, we invite you to author your next adventure  in theHigh Alpine. Because in truth, the High Alpine  is the center of gravity that draws us allin, and a constant reminder to anyone who gazes upward that there’s always more todiscover. Should you journey beyond the tree line and above the clouds, Breck’s 5stunning peaks are your gateway  to unparalleled  views and a thrilling experienceproof that you’re part of something bigger. So for all who are called to write theirmountain  story here, we invite you to make the High Alpine  your next chapter. 
High Alpine Events

The Breck Ski & Snowboard School will host the annual BAM (BreckAll Mountain) Big Mountain Competition on Peak 8. This event has been a perennial favorite for our Breck All Mountain students, where they get the chance to showcase their skills in an intro level competition atmosphere with the perfect setting of Contest Bowl.

This is a big mountain style event in Contest Bowl where competitors are judged on style, fluidity and line choice.

A harrowing freeride competition taking place in the six senses high above Peak 6. Competitors navigate their lines down chutes, drops and cornices being judged on technical ability, style and route selection.