‘Breck’s Spring Finale’ Offers Skiing, Riding And Entertainment Through To Memorial Day

While most ski resorts are beginning to ramp down operations this spring, Breckenridge Ski Resort’s spring season is just getting started!

  • Peak 6 added to the terrain lineup for the extended season.
  • Intermediate-, advanced- and expert-level terrain will be available on approximately 1,000 acres across Peaks 6, 7 and 8. There will be no beginner terrain.

With more than 100 inches of snow in March and 380 inches of snow so far this season, skiers and riders can look forward to incredible spring conditions during the resort’s extended season, officially dubbed Breck’s Spring Finale. Snow or shine, beginning Monday, April 22 and running through Memorial Day, skiers and riders will be able to enjoy approximately 1,000 acres of terrain on Peaks 6, 7 and 8, as weather and conditions permit. The Peak 7 base area will serve as the hub of all operations during the extended season.

In addition to skiing and riding, celebrate Breck’s Spring Finale with on-mountain activations and entertainment at the base of Peak 7 and beyond!
Bud Light Beach & Music Series
Enjoy the Bud Light Beach every day of the week at the base of Peak 7 where beach-themed games, Adirondack chairs and music mix to create the perfect spring après ski scene. Enjoy games like snow beach volleyball and bags every day of the week, and music every weekend on Saturdays and Sundays.
Red Bull Cat Tracks DJ
Keep an eye (and ear) out on the slopes this spring for the Red Bull Cat Tracks DJ. The mobile snowcat DJ will be roaming the slopes and seeking out a new on-mountain location every weekend, Fridays through Sundays, to provide trail-side tunes for skiers and riders.
Peak 7 Park and Spring Finale Rail Jam
Jib and jam this spring in the Peak 7 Park, featuring a series of rail features on the Angel’s Rest trail. Show off your skills at the Spring Finale Rail Jam competition taking place on Saturday, April 27 for skiers and Saturday, May 4 for snowboarders, with a chance to win a $700 Amex gift card. Prizes will be awarded in the skier and snowboarder category for both men and women, with a $700 gift card for first place, $200 gift card for second place, and $100 gift card for third place. Registration is $10, with all proceeds benefitting Epic Promise. Space is limited and participants must register online, in advance at www.breckenridge.com/springfinale.
Wiggle Run
Hoot, holler and snake your way down banked turns and berms on a high alpine Wiggle Run!
Terrain and Lift Operations
All base areas and all five peaks are expected to remain open through Sunday, April 21. Beginning on Monday, April 22 the resort plans to offer approximately 1,000 acres of skiing and riding, with access to intermediate-, advanced- and expert-level terrain on Peaks 6, 7 and 8, while conditions allow. Please be advised that there will be no beginner terrain available.
During Breck’s Spring Finale all resort operations and skiers services will be based out of Peak 7, with access to skiing and riding via the following lifts:
  • Independence SuperChair
  • T-Bar
  • Imperial Express
  • Zendo Chair and Kensho SuperChair
  • 6-Chair (through Sunday, April 28)
  • BreckConnect Gondola (through Sunday, April 28)*
Resort hours of operation during Breck’s Spring Finale are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. High Alpine terrain and upper mountain lifts may open and close on a different time schedule due to weather, snow conditions and ski patrol work. All resort operations are weather and conditions dependent and subject to change. Terrain will be available as long as conditions allow.
Ski & Snowboard School
During Breck’s Spring Finale, three-hour private lessons will be offered based on available terrain.
On-Mountain Dining
Full-service food and beverage offerings will be available at Sevens and The Coop at the base of Peak 7, and at Pioneer Crossing Fridays through Sundays. Pioneer Crossing will offer outdoor grill service during the weekdays.
Transportation & Parking
Free parking will be available in the North and South Gondola lots through the duration of the extended season. Complimentary bus service will be provided by the ski resort and the Town of Breck Freeride (Black Route) to transport skiers and riders between Breck Station and Peak 7.
*In accordance with the resort’s gondola operations agreement with the Town of Breck, the BreckConnect Gondola will not operate for public use this May during the extended winter season. During this time, the resort and the Town will provide complimentary bus service to transport skiers and riders between Breck Station and Peak 7.

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