Last Updated on July 10, 2023
Ever tried to find a ski-in/ski-out and arrived only to find you’re a half-mile walk in ski boots from the nearest lift? Been there, done that! So, we’ve researched the best ski-in/ski-out vacation rental homes in Breckenridge to make it easy for you to book a home that won’t disappoint you.
- 3 Bedroom Ski-in/Ski-Out in Breckenridge
- 4 Bedrooms Ski-in/Ski-Out in Breckenridge
- 5 Bedrooms Ski-in/Ski-Out in Breckenridge
- What to Pack for Breckenridge
- More Helpful Tips on Visiting Breckenridge
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3 Bedroom Ski-in/Ski-Out in Breckenridge
Skiwatch Penthouse (3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths)
Bedrooms: 3 (1 King, 2 Queens, 1 Full, Twin XL Bunk)
Square footage: 1,600
Parking: covered parking garage
You can’t get any closer to the slopes than this Skiwatch penthouse, which is located directly on the slopes of Peak 8. Pop on your skis or snowboard right outside the door and ski down less than 100 yards to the Peak 8 lifts. It’s also an easy ski in on a blue run at the end of the day. At the base of Peak 8, you have access to the Breck Connect Gondola into town and multiple restaurants, coffee shops and bars at Grand Colorado on Peak 8 and One Ski Hill Place.
This two-story condo has been newly renovated in 2022 and has upgraded Tempur-Pedic mattresses. Enjoy heated slate floors, a large stone fireplace and a covered deck overlooking the ski slopes. The condo community also has a hot tub available right along the slopes.
4 Bedrooms Ski-in/Ski-Out in Breckenridge
Shock Hill Majestic (4 Bedrooms, 4.5 Baths)
Bedrooms: 4 (2 Kings, 3 Queens, 1 Twin)
Square footage: 2,750
Parking: 2-car heated garage
Shock Hill Majestic is a luxury home located mere steps from the Breck Connect Gondola, which takes you up to Peaks 7 and 8 or down to town. Every bedroom has an en-suite bathroom as well as a smart TV.
Enjoy the incredible views from inside the house or from the deck, where you can enjoy the fire pit. Luxury amenities like in-floor radiant heat, a six-burner professional range, boot warmers and more will make your stay comfortable and enjoyable.
Cedars Townhouse (4 Bedrooms, 4.5 Baths)
Bedrooms: 4 (2 Kings, Captain’s Bunk and Twin Bunk Beds)
Square footage: 2,487
Parking: 2 parking spots
Cedars Townhouse offers both a ski-in/ski-out location and an easy walk to Main Street in Breckenridge. This home has a Western theme and a cozy river rock gas fireplace. Between the large deck, game room and plenty of seating for all, it’s got plenty of room for groups up to 10.
Located at the base of Peak 9, in addition to having great ski-in/ski-out access, you also have access to the Upper Village Pool facilities across the street with a heated indoor/outdoor pool and three separate jetted hot tubs.
Elk Ridge Townhome (4 Bedrooms + Den, 4 Baths)
Bedrooms: 4 + Den (1 King, 3 Queens, 1 Queen sleeper, 2 Twins)
Square footage: 2,600
Parking: 2 parking spots (one in the garage, one in the drive)
This four-floor townhome at Elk Ridge has plenty of room for your group to spread out without feeling like you’re on top of one another. With four bedrooms plus a den, there’s room to sleep 12 comfortably. The dining table can accommodate 8, with 4 ore seats at the bar. Enjoy a private hot tub or head over to the Upper Village for access to their pools and hot tubs.
It’s a short 700-foot walk to the Snowflake lift, or you can grab the free town shuttle less than a one-minute walk from the house. And while you’re home, enjoy the beautiful views from inside or from the multiple decks.
5 Bedrooms Ski-in/Ski-Out in Breckenridge
Monarch at Shock Hill (5 Bedrooms, 5.5 Baths)
Bedrooms: 5 (3 Kings, 1 Queen, 1 Twin XL/Twin XL Bunk, 1 Twin/Queen Bunk)
Square footage: 3,585 feet
Parking: Available for up to 4 cars
The location of Monarch at Shock Hill is hard to beat, just steps from the mid-point stop on the Gondola that runs to Peaks 7 and 8. The three stories of this house allow for quiet separation of your group (there is one bedroom on the main level), although there’s also plenty of room for everyone to gather in the living room.
This property has some great extras, including a whole-house oxygen system to help you acclimate to the altitude, a Miele built-in coffee system, a private hot tub, multiple fireplaces and a fire pit. You’ll also enjoy terrific mountain views from many of the windows and decks.
What to Pack for Breckenridge
You can find all the essentials I take on every trip here, from my favorite toiletry bag and travel purse to the best power bank I’ve found to keep my phone taking great photos all day long.
Here are some specific favorites I always pack for Breckenridge:
☆ Merrell women’s waterproof hiking boots — Waterproof and lightweight.
☆ Osprey Dry Stuff Pack — I love this because it packs down into its own pocket and is great for outdoor activities.
☆ 3-in-1 Jacket — This is a great lightweight waterproof rain jacket plus a puffer for warmth, which can all be worn together or each piece separate. Perfect for the variable weather you can get throughout the day/night in Breck in the spring or fall. Check out this one if you prefer a fleece to a puffer.
☆ LL Bean Winter Jacket — This is my non-ski winter jacket. It’s warmer than the one listed above that I use in spring/fall. I’ve used it on countless winter trips in temperatures down to the teens. Would buy it again!
☆ Columbia ski pants — I have these in two colors, and they’re my favorite ski pants I’ve ever owned. They’re warm in the winter but don’t keep you too warm for spring skiing.
☆ Columbia midweight baselayer — This is a great baselayer in the winter and plenty warm enough for early or late season skiing without anything but a jacket on top.
☆ Columbia Omni-Heat baselayer — This is the baselayer you want when it’s really cold out.
☆ Smartwool full cushion ski socks — My favorite ski socks. They’re comfy in my boots and keep my feet warm without making me sweat.
☆ Revo x Bode Miller Ski Goggles — I got these ski goggles a couple of seasons ago, and they’re by far the best ski goggles I’ve ever had. They work in low light, sunlight and everything in between. Plus, they look great on!
☆ Winter pompom hat — I have this hat in two colors because it’s so warm, comfy and stylish.
☆ Ski strap and pole carrier — Even if you only have a short walk with your skis, you’ll thank yourself for buying this great over-the-shoulder carrier. Worth every penny!
☆ Power bank — This can recharge my Google Pixel 6 Pro more than three times on a single charge so I can take photos and videos all day.
☆ GorillaPod mini-tripod — Wrap the flexible arms of this around a tree branch, fence, sign…anything. Great for taking shots of you or the whole group with the gorgeous Breckenridge scenery.
More Helpful Tips on Visiting Breckenridge
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