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Peak 10 at the Breckenridge Ski Resort

Peak 10

Peak 10 is home to some of the most consistently steep terrain at the Breckenridge Ski Resort.  This portion of the ski area features long mogul runs, fresh corduroy groomers, and secret powder stashes.      

Drop in to Peak 10’s south side for steep moguls, tight trees and natural jumps on runs such as Mustang and Dark Rider.  This is a great place to for advanced skiers and riders “hide out” on crowded days, as it sees fewer people and features postcard-like views.   

The north side of Peak 10 features amazing glade skiing in areas known as The Burn, Corsair and Spitfire.  These moderately steep, sparsely treed runs are the perfect place to hone your powder turns and play on natural terrain features.

If you’re seeking high-speed cruisers, try maching down the runs of Crystal, Centennial or Double Jack, all centrally located on Peak 10 at Breckenridge.  These steep, seldom-skied runs are ideal for battling your friends in a race to the bottom.

Peak 10 is also home to one of the most popular on-mountain dining options at the Breckenridge Ski Resort.  Ten Mile Station is a mining-themed food court and outdoor BBQ (weather permitting) that's perfect for a lunch or snack with gorgeous mountain views and a spacious heated deck.

 

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Breckenridge Lodging

Breckenridge Ski Resort Homepage

 

Check out "The Burn"  for some of Breckenridge's best glade skiing on Peak 10.  Named after a fire that scorched the mountain's north flank long ago, The Burn features well-spaced tree skiing and interesting natural terrain features to investigate. 
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