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Best Winter Sports Rentals and Tours in CO - Breckenridge

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Black Tie Ski Delivery Breckenridge
FROM$37 per day
Based on 191 reviews

With Black Tie Ski Rentals’ delivery service, you can book top-of-the-line ski and snowboard gear before you arrive, and relax as your equipment is delivered right to your Breckenridge accomodation. Save 10% by booking on TripOutside! read more

Base Mountain Sports
FROM$26 per day
Based on 50 reviews

Base Mountain's 30 years of experience shows with their top notch service, high quality gear, free unlimited equipment exchanges, and free equipment storage. Base Mountain has 4 additional locations servicing Colorado's best ski resorts.read more

Carvers Ski Shop
FROM$26 per day

Carvers is a well-known Breckenridge ski shop that strives to give each customer 5-star treatment. Conveniently located on Main Street in downtown Breckenridge, Carvers provides an unbeatable combination of quality rentals, fair pricing and personalized service. Whether you’re a pro or a beginner, they've got the perfect ski and snowboard gear for your needs. read more

Gold Run Nordic Center

Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe Passes, Rentals & Tours

FROM$20 per day

About Breckenridge Colorado

Just a 2-hour drive into the Rockies from Denver is one of the most popular winter destinations in the United States – Breckenridge. Popularly known as Breck to locals, Breckenridge is famous for its ski season, 5 spectacular peaks, historic town, and stunning Rocky Mountain views. When the snow falls, Breck gets an average of 300 inches of snow each year making it one of the best destinations in the U.S. for skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and other winter sports. Framing this small former mining town is the panoramic vistas of the Rocky Mountains.

Breckenridge Ski Resorts – Where to Ski in Breckenridge

Breckenridge Ski Resort – with its 3000 acres of skiable terrain, five peaks, and 187 ski trails – is home to world-class skiing and snowboarding. There’s a ski trail for everyone, and Breck’s many runs cater to all levels of skiers. The trail break down is 13% beginner, 23% intermediate, 36% advanced, and 28% expert. Breck also has 2 cross-country ski centers for those looking for a Nordic adventure. Breck resort features an elevation summit of 12,998 feet – the highest in Colorado, and the starting point for Breck’s famous 3398 feet vertical drop. Thirty-four lifts service the resort, including the highest chairlift in North America – the Imperial Express.

The fun doesn’t stop at the runs. Fuel up after your day on the mountain at one of 11 on-the-mountain apres ski restaurants and bars. Beyond the skiing scene, you can find a quaint historic district, complete with many shops and more than 90 restaurants catering to every taste!


Breckenridge is one of Colorado’s most visited ski towns, located approximately 100 miles west of the Denver International Airport and 80 miles west of downtown Denver.

Skiers and riders of all skill levels have five peaks and 2,908 acres of skiable terrain to explore. A towering summit elevation of 12,998 feet is the jumping off point for Breck’s impressive 3,398 feet of vertical drop. Breckenridge is home to four award-winning terrain parks and a 22-foot superpipe.

Click here for the interactive Breckenridge trail map.


Total Acres of Skiable Terrain: 2,908
High Alpine Terrain: 40%
Trails: 187
Lifts: 34
Lift Capacity: 46,800 people per hour
Acres of Snowmaking: 600
Acres of Groomed Terrain: 600
Superpipe: 22′
Terrain Parks 4
Longest Trail: 4 O’Clock – 3.5 Miles

The town of Breckenridge is also close to several other top ski resorts.  Both Copper Mountain and Keystone are a 30 minute drive, Arapahoe Basin is just 5 miles past Keystone, and Vail is about 45 minutes drive (depending on weather).

Where to Rent Skis in Breckenridge

TripOutside lists the Breckenridge ski shops with the highest reviews on Google/Yelp/TripAdvisor (at least 4.0 star weighted average) to make sure you have the best rental experience possible.  We want to make sure we feature the top local outfitters with the best gear and a top notch customer experience for your ski or snowboard vacation.

Can I rent ski clothes in Breckenridge?

Yes!  Carvers Ski Shop rents all of the clothing you need for your ski trip to Breckenridge.  Book easily online to ensure gear availability!

What can you do in Breckenridge besides skiing? 

Apart from skiing, the historic mine of Breckenridge offers other winter activities such as fat biking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, sledding, ice skating and hockey. Off the snow, you can explore the historic town, browse eclectic shops on Main Street, indulge in spa activities, dine at top notch restaurants and join the lively apres ski scene of the town.

Where to Cross-Country Ski and Snowshoe in Breckenridge

Many of Breckenridge’s magnificent hiking trails turn into snowshoe and cross-country trails in the winter.  These activities are a great way to get out an enjoy the winter wonderland of Breck, whether you are taking a break from the ski resort, or looking for an alternative winter activity.

Snowshoeing is easy – if you can walk, you can snowshoe – so it’s a great activity for beginners and people of all ages.  Depending on your pace, it can also burn a ton of calories, so it can be a great workout.  Here are some of our top recommended snowshoe and cross-country ski trails in Breckenridge.

Summit County Rec Path

This recreation path extends 8 miles from Breckenridge Rec Center to Frisco Adventure Park.  It is groomed for snowshoeing, fat biking and cross-country skiing, and is free to use.  It also connects to Frisco Nordic Center and Gold Run Nordic Center (pass required).  Take in the scenic Rocky Mountain views and aspen groves as you enjoy the winter serenity of snowshoeing and Nordic skiing.

Breckenridge Nordic Centers

Breckenridge also boasts two Nordic Centers, Gold Run Nordic and Breckenridge Nordic Center, with a combined 30 miles of snowshoe and Nordic ski trails.  They also offer snowshoe treks for those looking for a guided adventure.

Burro Trail

Burro Trail is a great winter adventure for all, with scenic views through forest and along a creek.  The trailhead is south of town near Peak 8, and the trail extends 3.25 miles out and back within the White River National Forest.  The elevation tops out at 10,600 feet with a gain of 937 feet on the trail.

Boreas Pass Trail

For more of an adventure, head to Boreas Pass Road for spectacular views of Breckenridge Resort and the Tenmile Range.  To get there, turn left on Boreas Pass Rd south of Breckenridge on highway 9.  The road follows an old railroad bed and climbs a gradual 3% grade.  The road continues to the summit of Boreas Pass and the Continental Divide. at 11,499 feet.