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Breckenridge Blanket | Ski Resort Trail Map Fleece Throw Blanket


Soft, fluffy fleece
Up-To-Date Breckenridge Resort Trail map
70 by 50 inches
Machine washable
Stain Resistant

If a blanket’s softness and coziness were rated on a scale of 1-10, this blanket would undoubtedly score an 11. Made from a plush, brushed minky fiber, our throw blankets are incredibly soft, warm, and snuggly. They are also amazingly durable. They will stand up to outdoor use on the snow, grass, sand, or back of the truck and are completely machine washer and dryer friendly. They do not shrink, warp, or fade after any amount of loads in the laundry. The size is perfect for use as a throw blanket or picnic blanket, at 6 feet by 4 feet. The horizontal orientation looks stunning on any bed bed size up to King.

The town of Breckenridge originated as a mining town in 1859. At the base of Hoosier pass, the town remained relatively isolated for decades. Skiing was used as a way to navigate the mountains during the winter. But by the early 1900s, ski jumping started to become increasingly popular, and in the 1930s, Hoosier Pass ski area opened to skiers.

A few decades later, the area around Dillon lake began to grow into a summer recreational community. As this was happening, a geologist named Bill Stark started scouting the area above the town of Breckenridge for a potential ski area. The applications were submitted to build a ski area in 1960 and in December of ‘61, Breckenridge ski resort opened its first terrain on peak 8.

Over the following decades, Breckenridge rapidly expanded to cover more terrain under Peaks 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10. During that time, the resort changed hands a number of times, including to the Aspen Skiing Company, and even 20th Century Fox, following the Star Wars success. Now it is owned by Vail Resorts, and one of the most visited ski resorts in the world every year. It’s also one of the most exciting ski resorts in North America with the highest chairlift in North America, services an elevation of 12,840 feet at the top of Peak 8.