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Location - where is Pine Ridge Condos

· slopeside location - ski back to your door on the 4 o'clock run · 5 minutes' walk to the main street · free town shuttle stops outside the property


Overview - apartment description - Pine Ridge Condos description

The Pine Ridge Condos are huge and exceptionally well-decorated. They enjoy a great slopeside location, so it's just a short walk to the nearest lift in the morning and, in the afternoon, you can ski straight back to the condos on the 4 c'clock run. Each of the large condos is privately owned so they are welcoming and homely, and each has a full kitchen and large living area. If you can pull yourself away from the comfort of your apartment, there are a couple of hot tubs to relax in and the town is just 5 minutes' walk away.


Facilities - Pine Ridge Condos features

· indoor/outdoor heated pool (off site) · two outdoor hot tubs · free parking · private ski locker per condo · linen and towels included · fitness room · guest computer · 71 condominiums


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All condos have a balcony, fireplace, fully equipped kitchen with fridge, two full bathrooms with private bath, shower and WC, cable TV, DVD player, tea/coffee maker, washer/dryer unit and free WiFi.

1-Bedroom Condo - sleeps 1-4: Large open-plan living room with dining area, double sofa bed, open log/gas fireplace and balcony. Separate bedroom with either one king or one queen bed.

2-Bedroom Condo - sleeps 1-6: As per 1-bedroom condo, with an additional bedroom with either two single beds (in the majority) or one queen bed or bunk beds.

2-Bedroom Loft Condo - sleeps 1-8: As per 2-bedroom condo, with an open plan loft above the living room with either one double bed or two single beds. Some of these condos can sleep max 10 people - please call and request at time of booking.


Meals - food and drink in Pine Ridge Condos

We update Pine Ridge Condos's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.
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Resort - about Breckenridge - about holidays in Breckenridge - about ski holidays in Breckenridge - about ski holidays in Breckenridge United States

Huge ski area Picturesque historic town Great non-skiing activities

We love Breck - an outstanding, all-round resort with a friendly atmosphere, heaps to do and an infectiously bubbly après scene. It’s the birthplace of competitive freestyle, has some of the highest quality skiing and snowboarding in the States and is repeatedly rated as one of the best ski resorts in the world.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Late season Après ski Groups

Breckenridge webcam

Snow Report: Top N/Acm, Bottom N/Acm

Snow Forecast: 3cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 89.33cm

Breckenridge trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Eagle County Airport60 miles, 1 hour 30 minutes
Denver International Airport104 miles, 2 hours
Region:US, Tenmile Mountain Range
First opened:1961

Breckenridge lift pass price last reported as Epic 7 day pass Adult: $569, Can ski Breckenridge plus 9 other resorts, including Vail, Keystone & Beaver Creek. Ask for a quote when booking Pine Ridge Condos.
Night skiing: No but is available in Keystone a short drive away – can use daily Breckenridge pass.
Breckenridge has Mostly East facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November – April.

Town altitude: 2,927m
Top of slopes: 3,963m
Bottom of piste: 2,927m
Vertical drop: 1,036m
Total length of trails:2,908 Acres skiable
Longest piste:Four O’clock 5.6km
Up in the Tenmile Mountain range in Colorado, Breck prides itself in offering one of the best snow-sports experiences in the world. Providing a genuine American experience, this resort delivers a huge, varied ski area with high average snowfall, exquisite dining options and superb nightlife, as well as a variety of non-ski activities for those not sold on the adrenaline kick of the slopes. With the ski resort opening in 1960 after fears of the community becoming a ghost town, the popularity boomed from an a...
Breck prides itself in its diverse, challenging-to-all ski area. At a huge 2,908 acres, with 187 runs, the possibilities are endless with off piste, 4 freestyle parks, two half pipes and high tree density providing numerous tree runs lower down the mountain. Novices should take advantage of the excellent ski school; set up by the 1955 Norwegian Ski Champion Trygve Berge, the Breckenridge Ski School now employs over 600 instructors, providing numerous lesson options for beginners through to experts. Complet...
Although the town’s popularity and size exploded due to the founding of the ski infrastructure, the fact that this isn’t a purpose built resort but an already established town offers a richer depth of activities and après than many other resorts. European après style is not overlooked and can be found in abundance here - head to T Bar, next to the BreckConnect Gondola, for the highlight of the après scene - open til 6 with easy downloading for those choosing not to ski down. Once in town head to Angel’s...

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