Letter from the Assistant General Manager
Greetings from the illustrious Peak 7.
May (snow) showers bring June flowers? Breckenridge has always been a little slower to see the springtime pop of vegetation and color. As we push into June, check out these picturesque wildflower hikes for your upcoming visit. Breckenridge may not be as bustling with the infamous festivals that we’re used to this summer, but the town is excited to kick off a pedestrian-only Main Street over the summer months. Many of our favorite dining establishments will be offering additional outdoor seating and entertainment for you to enjoy!
Grand Lodge on Peak 7 staff want to thank all of our owners for participating in the BGV Shines initiative. It takes a group effort to ensure the health, safety, and longevity of our well-loved resort. We are excited to be offering Day Use and Bonus Time just one short week after our Grand Re-Opening. The Guest Services team is happy to report that they will still be providing socially distant activities to ensure your vacation is filled with fun! Please don’t hesitate to inquire about our new kayak and paddle board rental program, as well as disc golf and to-go activities.
We are also excited to announce these openings:
- Lobby Bar will re-open June 19. Please call them for the latest information.
- Soothe Spa is open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
- BMMA Shuttle with be available on a limited occupancy basis for guests.
We can’t wait to see you in Breckenridge. Please visit www.bgvshines.com to learn more about our industry-leading sanitization efforts. We will continue to update our operations as Summit County mandates evolve. Cheers to a safe vacation!
Grand Lodge on Peak 7, Assistant General Manager