There is a money saving option you should look into before you head out to Breckenridge this winter. Consider purchasing a season pass! Season passes typically cost less than five days worth of lift tickets. There are a variety of passes and some may work better for your ski style than others. If you are planning […]
Fall is upon us in Breckenridge. Mornings have a little chill and aspen leaves are turning from green to gold. Soon, we’ll be getting our skis and snowboards tuned as we anticipate resort openings. We won’t have to wait very long. Conditions permitting, Breckenridge Ski Resort plans to open on November 8 and keep some […]
We are extremely pleased to announce that Building 3 of Grand Colorado on Peak 8 recently received its initial Certificate of Occupancy. Although we still have some work to do, this means that local governmental authorities have certified that the building complies with all applicable codes and other requirements. This puts us a giant step […]
Summertime is one of the most beautiful times to spend your days in the high country. But the weather can be somewhat of a mystery. Afternoon rain showers are very common, evening temperatures dip lower than you may be used to, and those bluebird summer days can get hotter than you may expect. So, what […]
We hope you and your family are doing well and enjoying the opportunity to spend more time outside in one of our favorite seasons. Ironically enough, summer in Breckenridge kicked off with yet another snowstorm on June 21st, but we’re pretty sure that’s the last we’ll see of the fluffy white stuff until later this […]
Right at the base of Peak 9, the Burro Trail is a scenic out and back. Make it as long as you want, the full trail ends at Spruce Creek trail. Best traveled Mid-June to early October. Takes approximately 45 minutes to one hour one way, give yourself two hours for the round trip.