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Breckenridge Surface lifts

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At the base of Peak 8, over past chair 7, there are two carpet lifts.  Can someone tell me if these are open to the public or are they only for ski and ride school?

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I'm hoping that either UL or Kneale can answer this question for you.

 

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I believe that those carpet lifts are. There is a poma lift on peak 9 that is also available to the public. 

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One of the Peak 8 carpet lifts (the one with a slightly steeper slope) is for snowboard use and the other is for ski use. Both are open to public use by folks who posess a lift ticket.

There are two carpets with really shallow slopes on Peak 9, one above the Village and one opposite Beaver Run. Again, if you have a lift ticket, you may use those. There is a third carpet on Peak 9 serving the Eldoro snowboard training area that is not open to public use.

There are platter pull lifts at both peak bases too, the one on Peak 9 being located between the two carpets and the one on Peak 8 positioned just below the top of the #7 chair lift (Rip's Ride). The slopes served by the platter pulls are slightly steeper and somewhat longer than the carpet slopes.

The other surface lift, of course, is the T-Bar serving fairly to considerably challenging terrain.
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