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Terrain Parks - Breckenridge

Riders Guide

One of the most famous resorts in the state because it gets up to 300 inches of deep Colorado powder, has 29 lifts with nine high speeds, a gondola to 152 trails with a longest run of 18,500 feet, and has trails that are rated 15 percent beginner, 33 percent intermediate, and 52 percent advanced.

Parks and Pipes

If you are really a world-class snowboarder or aspire to be one, then Freeway Terrain Park is the place to go. You have to test your snowboarding skills on the gargantuan superpipe, which is 400-feet long with 18-foot walls plus rainbow rails, C rails, tabletops up to 62 feet, and a 55-foot step-up. There are three other great parks to suit every ability level. Trygves has small and medium-sized features and a small pipe. The intermediate park is Country Boy Terrain Park. Eldorado is the park for beginners.

Out of Bounds

The area is a paradise for winter lovers and they flock here from all over the country and all over the world. You can choose from an endless number of exciting outdoor sports such as ice skating, jeeping and off-road driving, rock and ice climbing, snowcatting, snowmobiling, sledding, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, and fishing. This area is a winter wonderland with snow tubing, sleigh rides, and hot air balloon floats available over some spectacular mountain scenery. If you are hankering for some hands-on adventures, Good Times Adventure Tours lets you run their dogsled teams or take their snowmobiles for a good run. Contact 4Fun and book two-hour guided tours through the National Forest, and you can drive your own snowmobile if you prefer. Make sure to go to Adventure Point for crazy fast tubing and snowbiking chills, spills, and thrills.

Hangout & Hookup

If you want a selection of the best après-ski bars, you should check out The Maggie, The Breckenridge Brewery, and The Park Avenue Pub. Fatty's Bar or Mi Casa are for their famous liter jugs of sangria. Bubba Gump's has a heated outdoor deck and a hot action scene. If you're starting to feel the effects of the altitude and the lack of oxygen, the O2 Lounge in La Cima Mall will let you hang out in oxygen-enriched air in 10 minute increments. Nighttime really rocks at Sherpa and Yeti, The Dredge, Tiffany's, Salt Creek and Eric's. The Quandary on Monday nights has free beer for the ladies, which is a great incentive for the gentlemen to attend.