Run of the day featuring Peak 7
Breckenridge Ski Resort’s Peak 7 is one of those places you can feel like you’re the only one on the mountain. With its recent opening, I had to go check out the terrain.
I headed toward the Pioneer run from the Independence SuperChair, and for a while, I was the only one in sight.
Conditions on Pioneer feature a packed powder base and some nice corduroy. There was plenty of sunshine and relatively low winds, making for a pleasant run all the way to the base of Peak 7. Weather for the rest of this week and into the weekend may produce snow – so look out for more terrain openings as they become available. We my see more snow Friday, Saturday with chances of more snow falling both Sunday and Monday.
While Peak 7 is an incredible mountain oasis, Peak 8 is an exciting place to be as today marks the first official day of the Dew Tour in Breckenridge. There will be Superpipe and Slopestyle events featuring some of the most talented athletes in the world, all in Breck’s Peak 8 area. If you can’t make it to the event in person, you can watch the action at DewTour.com as well as on NBC Sports Live Extra. NBC will be broadcasting additional coverage of the men’s snowboard Superpipe and the Men’s Freeski Slopestyle.
The Tour lasts through Dec. 13, but there’s still tons of action to be a part of here in Breckenridge. If you haven’t booked your holiday vacation yet, don’t worry – there’s still time! Book now for an unforgettable holiday in idyllic Breckenridge.
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