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Peak 9 at the Breckenridge Ski Resort

Peak 9

The lower reaches of Peak 9 are home to some of the Breckenridge Ski Resort’s most gentle learning terrain.  Here, the Quicksilver 6 chairlift serves beginner-specific green runs, offering the perfect place for novice skiiers and riders to practice their turns and technique.

Peak 9’s upper slopes feature more challenging terrain, with moderate cruisers, phenomenal moguls and progressive terrain parks.  The north and east flanks of Peak 9 feature wide-open cruisers with plenty of opportunities to duck into the trees for untouched powder stashes.  

The north side of Peak 9, serviced by the E chairlift, is home to some of the Breckenridge Ski Area’s steepest bump skiing and tightest tree lines.  This is the place to be on a powder day, with plenty bumps, jumps and chutes to keep skiers and riders entertained.  Peak 9 offers awesome hiking opportunities to the backcountry lite terrain of the Windows, Broadway and Twin Chutes.  Here, a short hike will get you away from the crowds and provide access to glades, chutes and bowls.

Intermediate freestylers should check out Peak 9’s Country Boy half pipe, newly relocated for the 2007-2008 ski season.  This pipe, formerly located in the Gold King terrain park, offers 13 foot walls perfect for dialing in new moves before taking them to the super pipe.

The Peak 9 Restaurant, located at the top of the Beaver Run SuperChair, features breakfast, lunch, an espresso bar and alcoholic beverages.  Peak 9 is also home to the Breckenridge Ski Resort's primary base area, with several phenomenal apres ski locations within close proximity. 

 

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Peak 9 at the Breckenridge Ski Resort offers some of the most diverse terrain on the mountain, with steeps, groomers and beginner terrain all within easy reach. 
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