Breckenridge Ski Resort is pleased to announce another round of terrain openings, just in time for the weekend. Peak 7 and the Independence SuperChair will reopen for the season on Friday, Dec. 5, with access to six trails on 75 acres, along with all base area services. Peak 7 home to Sevens Restaurant tickets sales and equipment rentals at Breck Sports is easily accessible via the BreckConnect Gondola from town. This opening will bring the resorts total acreage to 1,500 so far this season.
Breck officials have also announced the Imperial Express SuperChair, North America highest chairlift, will open on Saturday, Dec. 6, conditions permitting. Accessible terrain will include the Imperial Bowl and ridge, and the views at 12,840 feet should be endless.
Having Peak 7 and the Imperial Express lift open for the weekend and getting skiers and snowboarders on some of our amazing above-tree line terrain will help with compaction when the next storm system arrives, said Gary Shimanowitz, Breckenridge Vice President of Mountain Operations. The Lighting of Breckenridge festivities this weekend mark the official start to the holiday season in Breck and the added terrain is the perfect complement to the festivities.