Last Updated : July 9, 2020

At Ski Country Resorts, we understand that these are uncertain times and that traveling may bring a much needed reprieve from the “new normal” but may also raise more questions and uncertainties. So we, here at Ski Country, want to ensure that you know what to expect when you arrive for your Breckenridge stay and reassure you that you are in good (clean!) hands when you choose to stay with us! To ensure your stay is an enjoyable one, please be sure to go over each outlined items below. Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us!

Please Note: Public health orders are continuously changing.
We ask that you also read through Summit County's Public Health Orders prior to arriving to know what to expect during your trip.


..."my mask protects you, your mask protects me"...

In accordance with several other Colorado cities & towns, the Town of Breckenridge and County of Summit are requiring masks be worn in all public areas - this includes all places or business in addition to core parts of Downtown susceptible to congestion. This is simply to keep both our visitors and our community safe. If you have a mask, please be prepared to bring it. If you need a mask, no problem! We are more than happy to provide you with one (or more as needed) along with your check in packet. Refer to our check in procedures below on how to request.

To read more about evolving mask regulations as issued by the Breckenridge Town Council, please click here. We ask that all visitors please respect our town and community by abiding by these rules, even if these requirements may not be in place where you are from. All Breckenridge businesses have the right to refuse service to anyone not wearing a mask or facial covering.


While a high standard of cleanliness has been our standard for years, we want to ensure you that we are doing everything we can to make sure you, our guest, are protected. Our full-time professional cleaning crew is utilizing EPA approved chemicals to clean and disinfect every unit before each visit. In addition, we wash all of our linens on high heat in our commercial washers and dryers to help kill any germs. We would, however, like to point out a couple of changes to our normal policies :

» First, to ensure ample time for our disinfectant chemicals to “set” and kill any harmful germs or bacteria, our cleaning crews have been instructed to increase time spent cleaning each unit. This means that any early arrivals or late departures (when back to back) can no longer be granted. If you foresee needing an earlier check in or later check out, we would encourage you to contact us ahead of time to see what options are available to you.

» Second, to limit the amount of exposure to both you and our staff, all mid-week cleans and towel changes will be temporarily discontinued. Should your unit not have a washer/dryer unit, we are happy to arrange a “contact-less” dropoff of clean linens as needed. Simply call our office to inquire.


An initial supply of toilet paper, tissue, dish detergent, soap, garbage bags, paper towels, salt and pepper & basic spices will be provided for you. All other items necessary for your stay will need to be brought from home or purchased at one of our local grocery stores (don't forget your mask!).


Introducing, curbside check in! To help reduce the amount of contact needed for check in procedures, we will be implementing our curbside check-in beginning June 1. Prior to check-in, you will receive an electronic version of our Guest Registration Form to the email address we have on file. Please be sure to complete this form to qualify for curbside check-in! Once we receive this completed form, we will reach out to you to confirm and verify how many keys you will need, if you will need any masks, etc. Then, on your day of arrival, simply stop by our office located at 213 N Main St and enjoy our expedited, minimal contact check in process! Click Here For A Full Outline of Curbside Check-In Procedures.


The Breckenridge Free Ride & Summit Stage services have resumed operation and, beginning Friday June 19, Ski Country does plan to resume our complimentary on-call shuttle service for guests. Please be advised, masks will be required when riding in the shuttle and pick-ups may be limited on a ‘per rental / house hold’ basis. Please be sure to call well in advance to schedule a pick-up to avoid long waiting periods. As always, tips are appreciated and cashless options will be made available.


Please note there is a good possibility that many common areas (including public grills, on & offsite pool/hot tubs, game rooms, gyms, etc) may be limited or even closed in buildings where our units reside. These rules/closures are determined by each individual HOA. Please be sure to obey all signage outlining what exact regulations are in place if you are staying in a shared complex.


Restaurants are currently operating at reduced occupancy in all dining establishments. Advanced Reservations are highly recommended. To encourage social distancing and create a pedestrian-friendly reinvention of space, parts of Breckenridge Main Street (200 N Main St to 400 S Main St) have been closed to through traffic and converted into 'Walkable Main Street' which offers expanded dining and shopping. This resolution is estimated to last eight weeks and allows eligible restaurants to expand their liquor license to their outdoor space (until 9pm daily).

On June 30th, less than two weeks after Colorado bars opened at 25% capacity, Governor Jared Polis issued them closed once again siting "too big a risk of a setback for Colorado".. To read more click here.


At Ski Country, we understand that many of you may be anxious to plan your Breckenridge vacation but, in light of current circumstances, feel an understandable amount of uncertainty. So we, at Ski Country, would like to ease your hesitations by temporarily 'relaxing' our Summer/Fall deposit & cancellation policies. Click the button below to review our revisions to deposit amount and schedule for all Summer bookings...

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