Breckenridge Ski Resort in Colorado to Offer "First Tracks Fridays"

Photo by Breckenridge Ski Resort

Photo by Breckenridge Ski Resort

 

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Early risers at Breckenridge Ski Resort in Colorado will have the opportunity to participate in the "First Tracks Fridays" program for guests staying in official resort lodging properties this winter.

Guests staying at official lodging properties of Breckenridge Ski Resort will be able to access the mountain one hour before it opens to the general public on Friday mornings throughout the 2013/14 winter ski season. 

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One designated chairlift will open early each Friday morning on Peak 9 at Breckenridge, and will be available to guests who stay over Thursday nights at any of Breck’s official lodging properties (The DoubleTree by Hilton Breckenridge, Mountain Thunder Lodge, One Ski Hill Place, A RockResort, Crystal Peak Lodge and The Village at Breckenridge). No special lodging package purchase is required, but participants must be guests of an official Breck lodging property at the times the weekly events occur, and must also hold a valid Breck lift pass in order to participate. 

Breck First Tracks Fridays will commence once mountain conditions allow this winter, and will occur every Friday throughout the remainder of the season.

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