Best ski in ski out in breck

Old Jun 26th, 2015, 12:48 AM
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Best ski in ski out in breck

My daughter and I are heading to Brek in Jan and are looking for a good ski in ski out choice with challenging terrain. we are upper intermediates to expert skiers and don't mind bumps, trees and bowls. (Cant get good ones in the NE!) We skied Park City last year and stayed at the onsite Marriott and loved the convenience to the lifts and village.
Anything close to that on peak 7, 8 or 9? we sre pretty flexible, but do want to be close to the lift and some restaurants ideally. Thanks for any info you could provide

Also any other resorts we should try while there that are not too far away?
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Old Jun 26th, 2015, 05:08 AM
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We've stayed at The Village at Breckenridge several times. It's a very short walk both to the lift and to Main St for restaurants.
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There is a massive amount of condos in Breckenridge that are ski in and out. Not sure what would be best. Anything along Snowflake chair lift will give ski in and ski down to the chair and out. If you have a map look along 4 o'clock run that runs from Peak 8 into the downtown area. There are also condos Beaver Run chair that are truly ski in and out. For the most part Breckenridge has the most ski in/out properties in all of Colorado. Snowmass (Aspen complex) might have more.

Breckenridge also has an excellent free public system that services nearly everything.
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Old Jun 28th, 2015, 05:47 AM
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We also stayed at The Village at Breckinridge. Perfect location.
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Breckenridge, sorry!
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Technically speaking The Village at Breckenridge would be consider a ski in or out. You can easily walk a hundred yards or so the base of Peak 9 or the twelve pack chair lift. It would give easy access to Peak 10 that is mostly black slopes. The high bowls are accessible off of 8 and 6.
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Opps, have got to learn to proofread before submitting.

Technically speaking The Village at Breckenridge would NOT be considered a ski in or out property. You can easily walk a hundred yards or so to the base of Peak 9 (twelve pack chair lift - loads twelve at a time). But the Village is also right on the edge of the main commercial area with easy walking to the majority of the restaurants in Breckenridge.
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