The Mountain

Breckenridge resort provides a rich variety of winter activities for all to enjoy. The mountain comprises of five numbered peaks named: 10, 9, 8, 7 and the more recently opened 6. Each peak offers its own adventure and challenges, from gradual family runs to the exhilarating ungroomed terrain of the lake chutes. Did you know Breckenridge boasts the highest chairlift in North America? Imperial Express Superchair rises to 12,840ft above sea level, unloading approximately 100ft from the summit of peak 8!

Enjoy sunny "blue bird" skies, and the light dry, fluffy powder unique to Colorado. Let Summit Vacations be your guide! Through our Mountain page and local insight blogs, we'll share our knowledge of the Town of Breckenridge and the mountain resort.


There is one thing you can count on with the Mountain - the weather will constantly change! Stay on top of the latest weather conditions and powder forecasts by returning to our Mountain page.

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Stay up to date on the latest conditions and pre-plan your day. Breck is a Big Mountain and even bigger with the addition of Peak 6. Navigating the Mountain can be a challenge - even for the locals. We urge you to pre-plan your day on the Mountain using the trail map provided below and some of our local tips! Click here to download the ski resort trail map

Breckenridge - Base Peak 8

Base of Peak 8

Elevation: 9,950' / 3,034m

Top of Springmeier

Vista Haus facing East

Elevation: 11,059' / 3,372m

High Alpine Bowls

Horseshoe Bowl

Elevation: 12,141' / 3,702m

TenMile Station

Top of Quicksilver Super6

Elevation: 10,460' / 3,188m

Breckenridge Snow Stake

Breckenridge Official Snow Stake

Elevation: 11,600' / 3,536m

Snow Stake Cam


Visit our Local Insight - Blog Pages for tips on the Mountain. Our staff has great local knowledge and experience. One of our staff members is a certified ski instructor. Another member of our team has completed two heli-ski trips to British Columbia - one of which was a steep camp!