Terrain Update: New Years Resolutions
What are your resolutions for 2017? Here are a few on mountain ideas, to get 2017 off to a good start.
Do as much hike to terrain as possible!
Much of the hike to terrain opened this week, now is time to start scouting out the best lines for those future powder days, plus there is nothing greater than the feeling of being at the top of the mountain. If you plan on doing hike to terrain please keep an eye out for closure signs; these trails are dependent on the weather and conditions as to whether or not they are open.
Do as many laps as possible on all five peaks in one day!
Now this one may seem easy but to take on all five peaks is not a simple task. We are talk about top to bottom on all five peaks. It will take some planning to account for breaks and lunch and moving from one peak to the next.
Do one nonstop run from the top of Imperial SuperChair to the base of the Gondola!
Are you ready to feel the leg burn? Then why not try to go the entire length from the top of Imperial SuperChair to the base of the gondola without stopping. See how in shape your legs are. Are they up to par or will you have to take a break? There is only one way to find out.
Take on the terrain parks
The Breckenridge Park Crew has been working no stop to bring you the best terrain parks around. They have packed out the parks with a mind boggling amount of features and are still working on more. Start small on Highway 9 and work your way up, if you are just beginning. Currently the Park Crew is working on getting the halfpipe in Freeway Terrain Park and more features in Lower Park Lane ready.
Get 2017 off to a good start with one of these resolutions or make your own.
Weather outlook for the first week of 2017
Sunday, New Years Day through Wednesday we have a chance of snow everyday!
New Years Day looks to be the warmest day of the week with highs in the low 30s, then the temperatures will drop and hover in the high teens to low 20s. Bring those extra layer in case the sun disappears behind a snow filled sky.
Stay safe and see you on the mountain!