What to Know For Your Breck Stay

You've booked your stay in Breckenridge and now you're getting ready to visit.
Here's what you need to know for your Colorado Rocky Mountain vacation at Beaver Run.

What's Open and What to Do

Check our updated blog post of what's open and what's available for you to do at Beaver Run and in Breckenridge during your stay. 
With COVID-19 and public health restrictions, this is an ever-changing situation. Some amenities and service might be closed or limited right now. Thanks for your patience and understanding.

** Summit County is now in LEVEL ORANGE which permits personal gatherings of up to 10 people from a maximum of 2 households and allows indoor dining at restaurants at up to 25 percent capacity or 50 people, whichever is fewer. **


Where to Eat in Breck

Please check the list of restaurants that are open here at Beaver and in town. This is a rapidly changing situation. Many restaurants have been permitted to re-open for indoor dining. Please plan ahead.

** Beaver Run is now open for indoor dining (at 25% capacity) as a 5-STAR certified business through Summit County Public Health. Hours may vary. Please check and know before you go! **


What to Know in Breckenridge 

  • PUBLIC HEALTH ORDERS: Check out the latest public health order from Summit County and the State of Colorado: If you have questions about public health orders, you can call 970-668-9739 or email : covidquestions@summitcountyco.gov
  • MASKS and facial coverings are REQUIRED in the Town of Breckenridge. You must wear a mask or facial covering anytime you're in a public space or where 6' of physical distance can NOT be maintained.
  • PARKING in Breckenridge can be limited during peak times. Plan ahead! 
  • RESTAURANT reservations. We highly recommend you make reservations or place your takeout order in advance. 
  • CASHLESS PAYMENTS: Beaver Run is only offering contactless payments options. Please plan ahead and also realize that many other restaurants and shops are only offering cashless payments.
  • CURFEW. There's a 10 pm curfew in effect with last call at 9:30 pm. 
  • OCCUPANCY RESTRICTIONS: Personal gatherings have a limit of up to 10 people from a maximum of 2 households and allows indoor dining at restaurants at up to 25 percent capacity or 50 people, whichever is fewer.
  • COVID EXPOSURE NOTIFICATION/DETECTION APP: Download the FREE Colorado Exposure Notification app - it can quickly notify you if you’ve likely been exposed, allowing you to reduce risk for your loved ones, seek timely medical attention, and stay home.


Altitude Sickness or COVID symptoms:

If you're feeling sick before your trip, please do NOT travel. Stay home, seek medical attention and contact us to rebook or change your travel plans.
If you feel sick once you're in Breckenridge, please contact us and report your symptoms. We will be conducting health screenings if needed. And, will help you seek medical attention, make arrangements for COVID testing and - if needed - help with quarantine arrangements. Please realize you might be asked to quarantine in place in Summit County. We will work with you on this. Please reach out to us: 970-453-6000.

For altitude sickness: Make sure to drink plenty of water, take it easy at first and seek medical attention if you feel light-headed or sick. If in doubt, please contact us or your medical caregiver if you're experiencing any symptoms or illness.

Ski Season Information

Breckenridge Ski Resort is now requiring advance reservations to ski or ride for the 2020-2021 season. Make sure to "Know Before You Go" and reserve your ski days at www.epicpass.com


Do Your Part

We're asking you to help us protect our public health and our community. 

We're also asking you to take our GUEST PLEDGE and agree to the SIX COMMITMENTS OF CONTAINMENT:
  1. Physical distancing - maintain at least 6' of physical distance from others.
  2. Wash my hands. 
  3. Cover my face in public. Masks and facial coverings are REQUIRED in the Town of Breckenridge and in Summit County.
  4. Stay home if you're sick. If you have any symptoms, you must stay home or quarantine.
  5. Get tested. If you have COVID-19 symptoms, get tested and report your symptoms in Summit County. 
  6. Get the flu vaccine


Housekeeping Services

Our housekeeping services will be limited during your stay - to protect you and our housekeeping team. We are NOT offering daily housekeeping for your safety and the safety of our employees. If you require linens or items, please contact us: Dial "0."


In Room Information

While you are staying with us, you'll notice a few things:
  • For a summer stay: We do NOT have air conditioning in our units. We're located at 9,600 feet, which means it's rare for our night-time temperature to be over 50 degrees F. We understand that it might be hotter in the summer. If you need to cool down, please use the fan located in your closet and open your windows. If you need additional fans, please dial "0" and we can help.
  • We do NOT have the TV channels printed in the rooms anymore. Please refer to our online TV Channel Guide.


Other Resources During Your Stay

Here are some other resources during your stay: