I am a location scout for the film and television community in NYC for most of the year, but my winters are time well spent in the glorious Rocky Mountains.
The Owner purchased this condo in 2007
I fell in love with Breckenridge on my first visit in 2000. In fact, two years later I went back to be a snowboard instructor.
Year after year, I kept my eye open for the perfect ski in/ski out condo. One that was close to town, and closer to the lifts.
So when this Trails End unit came available, I it was my dream come ture!
We hope you have a wonderful experience in Breck and fall in love as we did.
Location, location, location! There are very few places in Breck that have true ski in/ski out access. Trails End is one of the best. My typical trip starts with that warm feeling of joy as soon as I walk in the door. It's comfortable, warm, and a lovely place to stay. In the morning, I open the drapes to watch the snow fall, turn on the fire and make coffee and a hearty breakfast. Within 30 minutes, i'm on the chair lift and the real fun begins! At the end of the day, I keep my speed up on the Kansas Flats (I'm a border, so have to plan a bit more than the skiirs) and see just how close I can get to the back door. 8' away is my record, just over the bridge. What's your record?
Next is always the hot tub! Usually outdoors when it's snowing, and indoors the rest of the time. It really helps relax the muscles so the next day's can be just as enjoyable.
Dinner is always up for grabs. We love cooking at the condo, but there are certain restaurants we look forward all year to visiting. Nothing like having a great meal with friends. And if we decide to stay out and visit our favorite night life spots, it's guaranteed to be a fun night out. Lot's to do, and always a party somewhere. And if we just head home to watch a movie and relax before the next day's adventure, one of my absolute favorite parts of our stay is walking the streets of this lovely, historic mining town, with either the snow falling, or the stars as close as they can be. There's nothing like a night sky at 10,000'. Enjoy!