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Alpine Star Retreat
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About Alpine Star Retreat

Alpine Star Retreat is a comfortable four-bedroom home with beautiful mountain views. It offers great access to Breckenridge and boasts fantastic amenities and entertainment options that include both secluded and multiple living spaces. Alpine Star is a wonderful option for a fitting mountain vacation year-round! Located in the Highlands neighborhood of Breckenridge, this is the perfect place to get away from it all while still being close to all that Breckenridge and Summit County have to offer. This property is approximately 1.75 miles from Main Street and the Gondola. There are four bedrooms including a main level master suite offering a gas fireplace and plenty of room to spread out. It also has a flat screen TV and a large private bathroom with walk-in steam shower and large jetted bathtub. Two additional bedrooms are located on the lower level and one bedroom room is located in the upper level loft and game room area. Set up for great entertaining, the gourmet kitchen with a Viking four-burner stove with griddle and an additional oven, warming oven and walk-in pantry makes this ideal for your large group. Located in the upper level, the game room offers fun entertainment options with a flat screen TV, billiards table and game table or head to the lower level family room to enjoy a warm fire by the large flat screen TV. A hot tub, placed on the back deck, is a great addition after a busy day on the slopes or just to enjoy the mountains. A vehicle is recommended at this property as it is not on the shuttle route and is 2 miles to the BreckConnect Gondola.
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Brooks Hill Hideaway
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About Brooks Hill Hideaway

This well-appointed 5-bedroom home offers seclusion and mountain views all while being minutes from downtown Breckenridge and the ski slopes. Brooks Hill Hideaway boasts mountain views of Boreas Pass paired with all the necessary amenities for your Breckenridge vacation. Brooks Hill Hideaway is located in a quiet neighborhood just outside downtown Breckenridge. Get away from it all and enjoy the seclusion - take in gorgeous sunrises from the private deck and listen to the pine trees rustle in the breeze. All the while, the shopping and dining of Main Street is just a short drive away. Brooks Hill Hideaway offers all the necessary amenities for your vacation in the mountains. Relax by the gas fireplace, put on a movie in the family room and pour yourself a drink from the wet bar. The fully-equipped kitchen and cozy living room offers the perfect space for entertaining guests.
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Biggs Bluff
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About Biggs Bluff

Enjoy peaceful seclusion, stunning views, and luxurious amenities at this spacious private home in the Breckenridge Estates neighborhood. This 5 bedroom/4.5 bathroom home sits on 2 acres of land and accommodates up to 14 guests. Biggs Bluff offers privacy and incredible views all while being just a short drive away from downtown Breckenridge, making it the perfect place for a mountain getaway! This private location on the north end of Breckenridge will captivate guests with soaring views of the Tenmile range and Buffalo Mountain. The ski slopes and the shopping and dining of downtown Breckenridge are all within a 10 minute drive. True mountain elegance defines this property. The floor to ceiling windows in the main living area showcase spectacular views of the Tenmile range and the fully equipped kitchen offers plenty of space for cooking and entertaining. The master suite sits on the main level with a walk-in closet and a private bathroom with a jetted tub. The 4 lower level bedrooms offer space and comfort with 3 bathrooms to accommodate everyone. Enjoy movies in the lower level family room and take advantage of the wet bar for entertaining. After a long day of skiing, relax and enjoy amazing views from the private outdoor hot tub. A car is recommended at Biggs Bluff as this property is not on the shuttle route.
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Mountain Stats of Breckenridge

The Mountain

  • Year Established
    1966
  • Summit
    3,961m
  • Base
    2,926m
  • Vertical Drop
    1,035m
  • Winter Season Opening
    Early November
  • Winter Season Closing
    Mid April

Snowfall & Weather

  • Average Winter Temperature
    28°F
  • Annual Average Snowfall
    1,164cm
  • Snow Making
    243ha

Terrain

  • Total Skiable Terrain
    1,177ha
  • Total Number of Runs
    187
  • Green Runs
    20
  • Blue Runs
    35
  • Black Runs
    54
  • Double Black Runs
    42
  • Longest Run Length
    5.6km
  • Terrain Parks
    Freeway
    Highway 9
    Park Lane
    Trygve's

Lifts

  • Total Lifts
    34
  • Total Lifts
    34
  • Uphill Capacity
    46, 800 people per hour
  • Surface Lifts
    15
  • Fixed Grip Double Chairlifts
    6
  • Fixed Grip Triple Chairlifts
    1
  • Fixed Grip Quad Chairlifts
    1
  • High Speed Quad Chairlifts
    5
  • High Speed Six Person Chairlifts
    5
  • Fixed Grip Eight Person Gondolas
    1

Location

  • Resort Location
    Colorado, United States of America
  • Nearest Town
    Breckenridge
  • Distance to Town
    4km
  • Nearest City
    Denver, Colorado
  • Distance to City
    131km
  • Nearest International Airport
    Denver International Airport (DEN)
  • Distance to International Airport
    169km

About the Resort

Almost 60 years ago, Breckenridge consisted of a single mountain peak. From those early days, it's grown into an expansive ski resort with a quality of terrain and spirit of adventure that matches the incredible mountains Breckenridge was built upon. With the highest lift-served terrain in North America and five peaks to explore, Breckenridge is an exceptional ski destination. As a year-round vacation hot spot, Breckenridge brings everything from superb skiing conditions to family-friendly activities to uniquely Breckenridge experiences – such as summer dog sledding.

Breckenridge offers up nearly 3000 acres of skiable terrain spanning five peaks. With over 180 ski runs, every level of skier will find their ideal terrain. Peak 8 has been called the quintessential Breckenridge experience. The peak where Breckenridge began, it has an inclusive mix of beginning, intermediate, advanced and expert terrain. With a trail designed specifically for kids, huge terrain parks and the highest chairlift in North America, Peak 8 is a must-visit ski area. As the center of the resort, this peak is the perfect launch point for your ski adventures. Convenient chairlifts will bring you to the rest of the resort. Peak 9 is home to forgivingly wide green runs, with some surprisingly steep and challenging terrain mixed with the beginner-friendly runs. Peak 10 has fast, steep trails with soft snow that stays fresh on the sides of the trails throughout the day. Recently opened in 2016, a difficult bowl is a fantastic new addition to the expert terrain on Peak 7. Peak 6 opened in the 2013-14 season, and offers 3 above tree-line bowls, diverse glades, steeps, chutes, technical lines, and more. Home to the GoPro Big Mountain Challenge, Peak 6 is an area that advanced and expert skiers won't want to miss.

Breckenridge's village is one to remember, with the beautiful Blue River winding alongside bright Victorian-style buildings. With roots as an 1850's gold rush camp, the town is now the largest historic district in Colorado. One-of-a-kind local shops and restaurants neighbor national favorites. Larger than many ski towns, Breckenridge offers diverse accommodation options and plenty of ways to treat yourself. Enjoy festivals, the vibrant nightlife, and delicious dining. Downtown, you'll find the Arts District with studios, galleries, public art, creative classes, and excellent performances. Throughout the town, you'll find welcoming locals, friendly visitors, and boundless hospitality.

The pristine Cucumber Gulch Wildlife Preserve is located near the village, offering scenic strolls through the protected area. Adventure further into the mountains on foot, bike or horseback. For the truly ambitious, try hiking one of Colorado's legendary 14'ers – mountains with peaks measuring at least 14,000 feet high. Mountain biking trails weave their way through the trees in all directions, and horseback riding tours will take you across rivers, around beaver ponds, and up to breathtaking alpine views. Step up the pace with the Gold Run Coaster, the Alpine Slide, ziplining, or with Breckenridge's unique summer dog “sledding” – where a team of dogs will pull an individual on a scooter or a group in a cart.

No matter how you explore the mountains of Breckenridge, or which season you explore it in, the inescapable beauty of the forest, stunning mountain views, and welcoming atmosphere will give you an experience you won't forget.
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