(Last Updated On: June 22, 2015)

To celebrate the Easter holiday weekend in style, Breck has egg hunts, visits from the Easter Bunny and spring skiing and snowboarding.

Here”s what to do and how to hunt, hop and celebrate Easter 2015 in Breck:

Kids Egg Hunt   (Ages 10 and younger)

PEAK 8 location 

Time: 9:30am    

Location: From the Peak 8 base area, walk looker’s left slightly uphill towards Rip’s Ride. Upon approaching the lift, you will continue lookers left up to the hunt area.

Details: Eggs will be “hidden” on the snow and surrounding areas. 

PEAK 9 location

Time: 9:30am

Location: The Camelback Platter, also known as the learning area on Peak 9. This area can be accessed by walking up lookers left of the Quiksilver lift. Hug the fence line and you will see a small hut that marks the beginning of the area. Or, from Beaver Run, walk directly across from the Beaver Run parking lot. You can either ski or walk to this area.

Details: Eggs will be laid out on the snow and surrounding areas. 

Toddler Egg Hunt (Ages 3 and younger)

PEAK 8

Time: 10:00 am  

Location: Looker’s left of the Guest Services/Activities center in the Peak 8 Base area. It lies between Chair 5 and the building, you will see fencing with guest services personnel.

Details: A flat, groomed area will be protected by fencing casino online and open to children ages 3 and younger only- in an effort to provide a calm area for little tykes to pick up eggs. Eggs will not so much be hidden, as they are laid out on top of the snow for easy picking. Parents will be allowed in the area to assist in hand holding and walking little ones around the area to pick up eggs.

PEAK 9

Time: 10:00am  

Location: Near the Quiksilver lift in the Peak 9 base area, slightly downhill from the Maggie. When standing on the lift side of the Maggie patio, slightly down a small slope will be a fenced area near the creek. This is the toddler area. Look for Egg Hunt directional signage.

Details: A flat, groomed area will be protected by fencing, and open to children ages 3 and younger only- in an effort to provide a calm area for little tykes to pick up eggs. Eggs will not so much be hidden, as they are laid out on top of the snow for easy picking. Parents will be allowed in the area to assist in hand holding and walking little ones around the area to pick up eggs.

Easter Bunny

The Easter Bunny will be visiting Peak 8 and Peak 9 throughout the day. Feel free to walk up and take pictures with our festive friend. 

(The eggs for all of the Easter egg hunts will include one piece of candy that”s nut free)

For more information, visit www.breckenridge.com.

 

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