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Throw Down Big on These Breckenridge Freeride Lines

Breckenridge isn’t all tame – spice things up with 10 superb freeride lines!

Description

Breckenridge has got a bad rap for off-piste and backcountry exploring, where some consider its “tamer” runs less than exciting. Look a bit further, though, and some lesser known areas with more challenging pitches and denser trees can still get your heart pounding.

Check out these adventures – especially around Peaks 9, 10, and between 6-Chair and Peak 8 Superconnect – to add a little heat to your next Breckenridge visit!

Sources:
http://welove2ski.com/off-piste-skiing-in-breckenridge
https://www.snowpak.com/colorado/breckenridge/ski-and-terrain

Lake Chutes Traverse Out

Lake Chutes Traverse Out

Breckenridge
East
0.7 km
Proper way to traverse out of Lake Chutes
Private
Burn 2

Burn 2

Breckenridge
Northeast
0.3 km
Another way to ski the burn
Private
Mustang Ridge

Mustang Ridge

Salida
Southeast
0.2 km
Ridge off of the top of Mustang
Private
Mustang Gate Route

Mustang Gate Route

Breckenridge
Southeast, south
0.4 km
The traverse route to take after you enter through the backcountry gate
Private
Tiger Bowl Trees

Tiger Bowl Trees

Salida
Southeast, east
0.3 km
An option off Tiger Run
Private
The Office

The Office

Salida
Northeast
0.2 km
Tree run off Contest Bowl
Private
Southern Cross Trees

Southern Cross Trees

Breckenridge
Southeast, east
0.2 km
Secret Tree Stash
Private
Southern Cross Trees 2

Southern Cross Trees 2

Salida
Southeast
0.2 km
Secret Tree Stash
Private
Southern Cross Trees 3

Southern Cross Trees 3

Breckenridge
Southeast, east
0.3 km
Tight tree stash
Private
Cucumber Bowl Trees

Cucumber Bowl Trees

Salida
E, SE
0.3 km
Another option off Cucumber Bowl
Private