Breckenridge Mountains

The Mountains

Peak 10

Peak 10

At 13,643 feet high, Peak 10 is the tallest of all four peaks in Breckenridge! Peak 10 contains only black diamond runs for expert level skiers and snowboarders. Each run is named after a World War II plane, so get ready for an intense ride! The Falcon SuperChair, which is a seven-minute ride that climbs 1400 vertical feet, is the only lift on Peak 10. This peak is for experts only!



Peak 9

Peak 9

Peak 9 is the ideal starting point for beginner skiers and snowboarders. This peak is easily accessible to everyone via one of seven ski lifts or two ski and ride carpets. It also provides a fairly easy climb for hiking via a Class 2 hiking route. This slope is a great spot to lounge and enjoy dining at the Peak 9 Restaurant with amazing mountain views. Five Star Properties also has several ski-in/ski-out condos on Peak 9 such as Double Tree by Hilton Breckenridge, Beaver Run Resort, and Village at Breckenridge



Peak 8

Peak 8

Peak 8 offers a variety of thrill inducing slopes, trails, runs, and bowls! Just a few of the things you’ll find on Peak 8 are green, blue and black runs, world class terrain parks, ski and ride carpets that lead to easier and shorter runs, and bowls where you’ll find challenging terrain with slopes up to 55 degrees. Peak 8 is one of the most popular Breckenridge destinations. Bring your camera to photograph the panoramic views and check out a few restaurants like the Vista Haus Restaurant.



Peak 7

Peak 7

Peak 7 is the prime destination for intermediate skiers and snowboarders because of its abundance of blue runs. From the Monte Cristo run that traces the edge of the peak to the Pioneer run in the peak’s slow zone, there is a trail to fit your specific level of experience. This peak is 12,677 feet high and is composed of beautiful rolling hills and trees. If you’d like to stay in a luxury Five Star property on Peak 7 look into both Crystal Peak Lodge and Grand Lodge at the base of Peak 7!