Breckenridge Ski Resort is an alpine ski resort in the western United States, in Breckenridge, Colorado. Just west of the Continental Divide in Summit County, it is perennially one of the most visited ski resorts in the western hemisphere. Breckenridge is owned and operated by Vail Resorts, Inc.
Breckenridge is spread out across the five peaks that make up the southern half of the Tenmile Range. The peaks are numbered from southernmost (Peak 10) to northernmost (Peak 6) 'til 2012. Prior to the development of Peak 6, directional trail signs between peaks were color-coded: Peak 9, orange arrows, Peak 10 yellow, Peak 8 purple, Peak 7 red.
The ski area in Colorado is also famous for its legendary Champagne Powder. The especially fluffy snow is perfect for back-country skiing on ungroomed slopes.
“Breck” (as the Summit County locals call it) is the perfect blend of everything you could ever want out of a Rocky Mountain ski vacation: world class skiing for all levels, a hopping nightlife scene, a wide range of lodging options, great restaurants, a lively base area, and of course, downtown Breckenridge, whose historic main street is as picturesque as the surrounding Ten Mile Range.
According to en.wikipedia; ski.com and snow-online.com