Alpine Skiing

The beautiful Rocky Mountains of Colorado are home to numerous world class ski resorts—one of the best being Breckenridge. This resort has been consistently ranked as one of the best for beginners. Novice skiers and riders can comfortably learn to ski and ride at the base of Peak 8 and 9, while intermediates have their pick of pristine groomed runs. Experts, there’s plenty for you as well! Incredible back bowls, world-class terrain parks, and more. The terrain options are limitless for every skier and rider!

There are over 2,900 acres of skiable terrain with 34 lifts. And, let’s not forget about the most important part of the equation… the snow! There’s plenty of that too.

For those interested in lessons, here are a few suggestions.

Ski & Snowboard School

Further your ski and ride skills with lessons from some of the best! The Breckenridge Ski & Snowboard School will help everyone from beginner to expert snowsport fanatics get to the next level.

There’s a variety of lessons you can take. Kids of all ages can choose from half and full day lessons. If you

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would prefer private lessons, that’s an option as well. Ski together as a family and enjoy personalized attention, or send the kids off for a day of fun with their private instructor.

With lessons, you can enjoy a few great perks as well. Get VIP access and skip to the front of the lift lines, learn secret locales and authentic mountain trivia only your instructor knows about, and enjoy fun group photography taken by your world-class instructor or the talented EpicMix photographers. So many great perks to help you maximize your family ski vacation!

Breckenridge Ski & Snowboard School Locations

There are 3 different ski school locations, for your convenience. One in Peak 9 Village, one at the base of Peak 8, and one at Beaver Run. Each location offers specific classes, so be sure to call and find out which is best for your family and their skiing skills.

Pricing For Breckenridge Ski & Snowboard School

Prices for ski school does include the cost of a lift ticket. For a full list of options and pricing, click here to visit the Ski & Snowboard School website. You may also call and speak to a professional at 888.576.2754.

Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center

Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) specializes in customized skiing and riding experiences for people with a disability or special need. Known for their top notch personalized service, their instructors provide one-on-one instruction and use the latest adaptive techniques and equipment. BOEC offers a wide variety of opportunities for skiers and riders of all levels and lessons are available for ages 4 and up.

Reservations And Rates For Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center

Lessons included one-on-one instruction, all necessary equipment, and lift tickets. They do offer half or full day lessons—there is both a morning and afternoon option for the half day folks. Prices are as follows:

Regular Season

  • Full Day: $225/person ($200 with a 14-day advance reservation)
  • Half Day: $145/person ($130 with a 14-day advance reservation)

High Season (Dec. 16- Jan. 6; Jan. 13-15; Feb. 17-24; Mar. 3-31)

  • Full Day: $250/person ($225 with 14-day advance reservation)
  • Half Day: $165/person ($145 with 14-day advance reservation)

For every 5 days book, you will receive 50% off on the sixth day. Discounts are available for military personnel/veterans. Please keep in mind that reservations are required as is payment in full to confirm those reservations. To book, call 970.453.5633 or 1.800.383.BOEC. If you would prefer to reach out via email, send a message to

Click here to visit their website.

For an interactive trail map that will detail each run and their condition, click here!