Looking to book a ski lesson?

Breckenridge’s Ski and Ride School offers a variety of programs to help fit your specific needs for becoming a better skier or snowboarder. There are three separate ski schools located across Breckenridge; The Village, Beaver Run (both located on Peak 9), and The Peak 8 School. For those staying at Grand Timber Lodge or Gold […]

Grand Lodge on Peak 7 Property Information

The snowflakes are beginning to fly in the high country as we look ahead to the busy ski season. Peak 7’s opening date is yet to be determined. Nonetheless, we hope to see the Independence chairlift begin turning soon. If you are looking for fun events around town and at the ski resort, please visit […]

Snowshoe Adventures

Looking to avoid long lift lines while also enjoying the winter wonderland of Breckenridge? Why not try a day of snowshoeing! Snowshoeing is a great activity for the entire family, much cheaper than a day on the slopes, and Breckenridge has plenty of trail options for any snowshoe ability level. Here’s some information on where […]

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Gold Point Property Information

Letter from the General Manager

Happy Holidays from Gold Point Resort!

We are excited to welcome the Dew Tour back to Breckenridge. This year’s Dew Tour is an Olympic qualifying event and will take place on Peak 8 December 14-17. Coming to town with the Dew Tour are the Floozies, who will be headlining the concert at the Riverwalk Center on December 16.

It was a busy November at Gold Point. The Housekeeping and Engineering teams were busy the first half of the month, completing deep cleans and preventative maintenance efforts. The Engineering team finished several projects during October and November. We are excited to report that we have removed the fluorescent light fixtures from the Phase One bathrooms. Changing the bathroom lights has improved the overall appearance of the bathrooms, as well as greatly increased the electrical efficiencies in the bathrooms.

Thank you for your continued support! As always, please feel free to contact me with any questions, suggestions or concerns. We look forward to seeing you at Gold Point this winter.

Grand Regards,

Lindsay Reinwand
General Manager, Gold Point Resort

Getting Around Breckenridge

Breckenridge hosts a lot of visitors over the winter season. While traveling here is ideal, the parking can be a bit frustrating. Save yourself the hassle and take a shuttle up the mountain. Once you get here, there are a variety of transportation options that will help you get exactly where you want to go.

Cabo Azul

 Many of you have likely vacationed in Cabo San Lucas, well known and popular for its beauty, its many activities on, off, and under the water, and its exciting night life. Still, one shouldn’t ignore the lesser-recognized resorts on the Baja Peninsula. Indeed, there is much to be said for the vacation haunts in Cabo San Jose, better known as San Jose del Cabo. Among these, one that prominently stands out is Cabo Azul, a spectacular resort reminiscent architecturally of an imposing Spanish castle of old, but one dedicated to leisure and fun rather than conflict.

The first thing you see as you approach the Cabo Azul Resort are the massive French wooden doors etched in a style inspired by 18th century Spanish Colonial architecture. In fact, you will see many beautiful, hand-crafted carvings throughout the property—the Front Desk, for example, or the gloriously large torches that provide ample after-dark lighting.

Once inside the Villas at Cabo Azul—which come in one and two-bedroom varieties with modern, fully equipped kitchens—you’ll be struck by the sleek décor of their spacious accommodations, perfect for entertainment, comfort, and convenience. In the bedroom, you’ll enjoy a roomy king-size bed and, in some Villas, have a chance to let your cares evaporate in the in-room soaker tub. By all means, open the glass doors to the balcony, enjoy the ocean views, and let in the gentle, warm coastal breeze to add to the relaxing effect.

Speaking of water, Cabo Azul boasts impressive aquatic amenities—five pools that include a tri-level, ocean-edge infinity one. Among these is the convenient “swim-up” poolside bar with a stellar selection of margaritas and cocktails. Around all of them, should you need a respite from sunbathing, swimming, or water sports, are lovely cabanas that provide cool shade and comfortable lounge chairs.

 

Last, but certainly not least, if you venture to Cabo Azul you must try the on-site five-star eatery, Javier’s Restaurant, which offers authentic home-style Mexican Cuisine “bursting with colors and flavors” and enhanced by amazing beach views.