Hello Everyone and Happy Holidays from everyone here at Ski Butlers in Breckenridge!
Exciting new as we approach the weekend… SNOW! We are expecting 3 – 6 inches Wednesday night into Thursday.
Then we will see another storm system come in on Friday night, and that should drop 2 – 4 inches into Saturday evening. (Source: Joel Gratz)
Breckenridge Resort opened Peak 7 today and now has 382 acres open for the season on Peak 7, Peak 8 and Peak 9. Now that the Dew Tour has left town you can go and ride the same park course and half pipe that the Olympic Athletes were qualifying on!
Keystone Resort has 303 acres open on Decrum Mountain and North Peak! I was just there the other day and they have some long top to bottom runs open that will get those legs burning! Check out the breathtaking views from the top of Decrum Mountain and then choose your line!
Copper Mountain has 307.3 acres open. Copper terrain is naturally divided and perfect for progression! The western runs at Copper are mellow and perfect for beginners and as you progress east the terrain becomes steeper!
With more snow in the forecast and the snow guns fired up I am predicting that a lot more terrain will open here shortly. With inventory being limited over the holidays now is a great time to reserve your ski rentals from Ski Butlers.