Introducing the Freedom SuperChair: A New Chair Creates a Classic Pair on Peak 7
Breckenridge: Mountain House Gets a Lift!
Freedom and Independence.
Two words that go together like Peanut Butter and Jelly. Macaroni and Cheese. Batman and Robin.
Coming this winter, a brand-new chair creates a classic pair on Peak 7 – Freedom and Independence. The new Freedom SuperChair, alongside the existing Independence SuperChair, will provide guests the opportunity to experience the wide-open and rolling terrain of Peak 7 in a whole new way, and carve their own path down and across Breck’s expansive peaks.
The new Freedom SuperChair is set to debut for the upcoming winter and the resort’s 60th anniversary season. Located on the north side of Peak 7, the new lift will provide additional access to the popular peak and will be a game-changer for the interconnected, peak-to-peak experience at the resort. With the lower terminal located just below where the Lincoln Meadows and Monte Cristo trails meet, guests coming from Peak 6 will easily be able to hop on the new lift for quick access to Peaks 7 and 8. The lift will drop guests off just above the Pioneer Crossing restaurant. This investment at the resort will greatly enhance the on-mountain experience for skiers and riders, providing relief to the Independence SuperChair and the base of Peak 7, while improving the circulation of skiers and riders between Peaks 6, 7 and 8.
Construction of the new high-speed quad lift, manufactured by Leitner Poma, is underway this summer. Read more below on the progress of this exciting project!
Photos Credit: Breckenridge Ski Resort / Spence Linard