Breckenridge, CO, is a quintessential ski town—a heavenly destination where the city and the resort overlap so thoroughly that it’s hard to know where one ends and the other begins. Regardless of where you stay in Breckenridge, you’re never more than a few minutes away from the slopes. But, for die-hard skiers and snowboarders, there is no better place to stay than a ski-in/ski-out vacation rental.

Ski-in/ski-out is exactly what it sounds like: a location right on the mountain where you can walk out your front door and be skiing or snowboarding within minutes. Luckily, Vacasa has plenty of ski-in/ski-out Breckenridge homes to choose from!

Four O’Clock Run

Four O’Clock is Breckenridge’s longest run, clocking in at three and a half miles. The run starts at the top of Peak 8 as a single black diamond, turns briefly into an intermediate blue run, and for the last two miles, meanders its way into town as a laid-back, beginner-friendly green.

Grandview Condo – 1 bed/1 bath, sleeps 4

Grandview Condo in Breckenridge

Tour Grandview Condo.

This cozy condo is perfect for two close friends or a couple’s retreat. Less than 500 feet separate you from Four O’Clock Run, and from there it’s a short ride down to Snowflake lift. When you’re finished for the day, head back down Four O’Clock right to the front door of your vacation rental!

Romance at Riverbends’ Snowflake Lift – 1 bed/1.5 bath, sleeps 4

Breckenridge ski in ski out condo

Tour Romance at Riverbends’ Snowflake Lift.

Riverbend Lodge sits right at the base of Snowflake Run and Snowflake Lift, so this condo is perfect for a small family. From the top of Snowflake Lift, it’s easy to hopscotch your way over to a cluster of easy green runs.

Lower Lehman Run

One of Breckenridge’s top 10 green runs, Lower Lehman is a long, mostly flat trail on the resort’s far eastern edge. It’s one of a cluster of green runs serviced by Quicksilver Super 6 Chair and A Chair.

Peak 10 Retreat – 4 bed/4.5 bath, sleeps 10

Peak 10 Retreat vacation lodge in Breckenridge

Tour Peak 10 Retreat.

Traveling with a large group? There’s room for 10 at this luxurious four-bedroom lodge, not to mention a private hot tub! Walk 500 feet west on Gold King Way, clip on your skis, and scoot down a burro trail to join up with Lower Lehman. Beginner, intermediate, and expert runs all feed into Lower Lehman, so Peak 10 Retreat is perfect for skiers of every ability.

Village at Breckenridge Peak 9 Corner Studio – Studio/1 bath, sleeps 4

Village at Breckenridge condo

Tour Breckenridge Peak 9 Corner Studio.

If you’re looking for luxury and affordability in addition to a great location, consider this spacious studio at the base of Lower Lehman. It’s a true ski-in/ski-out condo, just a few hundred feet from both Quicksilver Super 6 lift and the end of the run. (Here’s another similar rental in the same building.)

Regardless of where you stay in Breckenridge, you’ll never be too far from the slopes thanks to the extensive Breck Free Ride bus network and the BreckConnect gondola, which takes you from the northern part of town to the base of Peak 8. Breckenridge is also part of the Summit Stage bus system, which connects all of the Summit County ski resorts, including Copper Mountain and Keystone.

With nearly 3,000 acres of skiable terrain, a huge variety of runs, and dozens of convenient homes to choose from, Breckenridge is truly a skier’s paradise. Don’t just take our word for it—start planning your trip and experience the incredible Breckenridge skiing for yourself!

Looking for easy equipment rental delivered right to your door in Breckenridge? Check out our friends at Black Tie Ski Rentals!

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Author: Madison Schultz

Madison grew up in western Kansas with a family that loves to travel. She is a highly accomplished roadtripper, having driven from western Kansas to Portland twice—the second time, in a moving van. Her favorite places include Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Innsbruck, Florence, York, Edinburgh, Ely, the San Juan Islands, Taos, and Lawrence.