Terrain Parks

Terrain parks and the Breck Pro team at Breckenridge

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… Read More

An ode to Peak 9 … the perfect pitch

  Peak 9 is a sanctuary in many ways. For experts, it offers easy access to some of Breckenridge’s steepest, most challenging terrain (E Chair) and hiking access to pristine, untouched turns through glades in The Back 9. For skiers and snowboarders of all ability levels, it always feels like there is enough space on… Read More

Unwrapping New Terrain! All 5 Peaks Open!

Hi Brent here with your Breck terrain update! Did you see the video? All five peaks are open as of December 23rd, 2016. Not only did all the peaks open but we had a fresh three inches over night to add to the terrain opening!   On Wednesday December 21st the highest chair lift in North America,… Read More

Keep the snow coming!

*12/7/16 Update – We received an additional 6″ of snow last night! That makes our 48 hour total 11″! We have 13 trails and 281 acres of terrain open. Make sure to bundle up, today could be the coldest of the week. After a brief hiatus, the snow is back.  Monday morning the snow began falling… Read More

Top 10 advanced runs and bowls at Breck

Looking for some heart-thumping steeps and deeps, trees and big fat beautiful bowls? Breckenridge Ski Resort’s black diamond and double black diamond trails comprise 58 percent of the five-peak resort’s terrain. Here are 10 local adrenaline-fix faves: Beyond Bowl – Peak 6 Take the Kensho SuperChair to Peak 6 and carry your skis or board… Read More

Dew Tour at Breck

Top Athletes land at Dew Tour

It might be early in the season, but the competition is more stacked than it’s ever been for the eighth Dew Tour in Breckenridge. Olympic and X Games medalists along with Dew Tour champs eager to defend their titles pull out jaw-dropping tricks in snowboard and freeski superpipe and slopestyle contests Thursday through Sunday. The most… Read More

Friday Spring Fever Park Jam

Join us tomorrow afternoon in Freeway and Park Lane Terrain Parks for our first Friday Spring Fever Park Jam! This first of three rail jams will be located on the skier’s right side of lower Freeway Terrain Park, featuring two new wild features that the Breck Park Crew has cooked up for us. Skiers and… Read More

Breck Throwback Throwdown

Breck’s Spring Fever Throwback Throwdown returns March 28

Snowboarding legends and current pros converge in Breck’s infamous Freeway Terrain Park to celebrate Breck’s 30th Anniversary of snowboarding with the fourth annual Spring Fever Throwback Thowdown, March 28, 2015.  Presented by Mountain Dew, this throwback halfpipe competition is a chance to watch pro snowboarders from every era of the last 30 years compete for… Read More

Breck Terrain Parks: Feature Update

After multiple days of warm, sunny weather and crystal clear blue skies, the terrain parks at Breck have been popping off like never before. For the past couple months, our world-class park crew has been hard at work pushing, blowing, and raking snow up and down the Park Lane and Freeway Terrain Parks as they… Read More

US Team Training days at Breck

There are only a few locations around the world that can host the perfect combination of world-class terrain and world-class talent, and Breckenridge is at the forefront of that movement. Every winter, athletes from around the world make the seasonal migration to Breckenridge, Colorado, where they spend between two and six months here to train… Read More