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Wildwood Suites
120 Sawmill Road, #315
Breckenridge, CO  80424

Owner Contact Info Please feel free to call Tammy (owner) with any questions or concerns
Check-in 4:00 PM, Check-out 11:00 AM.  Please ask the front desk for a parking pass when you arrive, if you arrive late, ask them for a pass the next morning.
Condo Phone There is no phone in the condo, please use your mobile phone.
Lock Box with Key There is a lock box on the door for the key.  I will give you the code to the lock a few days prior to your arrival.  During your stay, it is best to keep the key in the lock box since you and I are the only ones who know your code, and this will also allow you to get into the unit if you accidentally lock yourself out.
Special Note Maximum occupancy 4 (monthly max occupancy 2), lost key charge $35, no pets or smoking. The condo is ski in the majority of the season, but early and late in the ski season this is dependent on mother nature.
Altitude Sickness Please drink a lot of water to prevent altitude sickness (signs: headache, nausea, & trouble sleeping).  If you have the symptoms try a sports drink like gatorade.  Drink two glasses of water to every alcoholic beverage.  Be safe, consider wearing a helmet on the mountain.
Trip Insurance Trip insurance will save you money if you need to cancel your trip. Please check with Travel Guard Insurance www.travelguard.com 800-826-4919.  This is who the Breckenridge Resort Chamber recommends.
Shuttle Colorado Mountain Express 800-525-6363: from Denver airport.
Free Bus (Summit County) You can walk to the ski lift, shops and restaurants from the condo.  There is also a free town shuttle in Breckenridge.  The Summit Stage is also free and will take you to Frisco, Dillon, Silverthorne, Copper, A-Basin, or Keystone.

RouteShout.com is a handy website, add Peak 8 as one of your favorites.  It can locate your current location and give you upcoming bus arrival times.  From the intersection of Ski Hill Road and Sawmill Road, you can take the bus up Ski Hill Road to the base of Peak 8.  However it is much easier to walk to the Snowflake Ski Lift (they have a ski rental shop there too, although I'm not certain about their selection or service two other shops are listed below).


In Breckenridge - traveling from Denver, when you arrive in Breckenridge, veer to the right on 9 South (the new main road through town), go west (right) on Ski Hill Road, make the first left on Sawmill Road.  The second complex on the left is Wildwood Suites.  Unit #315 is on the top floor to the right.  Enter parking lot and go right to park by side door, for easy access to unit.

Map of Breckenridge (my condo marked).

Wildwood Suites
120 Sawmill Road, #315
Breckenridge, CO  80424

Road Conditions Colorado Department of Transportation road conditions. Download the CDOT Mobile app for your phone.
Forecast Today and 5 day forecast, 6-10 day forecast
Snow Report Open Snow snow report.  Also check individual resort websites below.

Discount Lift Tickets

Lift Ticket Discount Options

Breckenridge Ski Resort discount 7 days in advance 1-800-789-SNOW.


For Copper, Loveland and A-Basin discounts try these options

Discount Ski Rental

Lone Star Sports (best to book in advance, but give my name and receive a 10% discount the day you arrive)
200 West Washington Street (Corner of 4 O'Clock & Park Avenue)
Breckenridge, CO
map from my condo

Blue River Sports (10-days in advance, 10% discount)
600 S. Park Street
Breckenridge, CO

map from my condo

Ski Resort Websites Breckenridge, Keystone (also has night skiing), Arapahoe Basin (AKA A-Basin), Vail, Beaver Creek, and Copper Mountain.
Ski Lessons & Child Care Information on lessons (888) LRN-2SKI or 970-453-3272, plus infant day care and toddler ski school

Child Care

For infants, consult a pediatrician about high altitude.  Like adults, infants need more liquids and possibly oxygen:

Mountain Sitters (Caroline) 970-477-0024

In home sitting

Over 21 years olds, CPR certified

Alpine Sitting (Ann) 970-390-4254

In home sitting

20-40 years olds, CPR and First Aid certified

Summit Sitters (April) 970-453-7097

In home sitting

Over 21 years olds, CPR certified

Front Desk The people at the front desk will be happy to recommend restaurants and give directions.  If you have any problems with the condo itself, please contact Tammy at 303-589-9097.
Trash There is a dumpster in the shed near the parking lot entrance, which has sliding locks on both sides of the door.
Checkout Instructions

Checkout 11:00 AM

Your security deposit will be fully refunded unless there are damages, excessive cleaning or late checkout charges, theft, or lost keys.  Everything in this condo is my personal property, so please return all items to the condo such as hot tub towels and cups.

Checkout Procedures:

  • Clean and put away all dishes; however, clean dishes may be left in the dishwasher

  • Take out trash - dumpster in shed near parking lot entrance, sliding locks on sides of door

  • Hang wet towels on shower door, bathroom door, or ski hooks

  • Turn heat down to 65 degrees

  • Close and lock windows to prevent water damage

  • Close blinds so furniture does not fade from the sunlight

  • Unplug coffee pot and toaster

  • Turn off alarm clock, so it’s not alarming the neighbors the day after you leave

  • Turn off bathroom fan

  • Return key to lock box and leave loose keys inside condo (during your stay, keep key in lock box to avoid accidentally locking yourself out)

Have a safe trip home!

Condo Contents & Amenities Make Yourself At Home
To/From Ski Slopes

From Condo to the Slopes (3 options)

1.      Ski to bus stop.  Walk out the back door and ski down 4 O’Clock ski run to the bus stop on Park Avenue; west side for Peak 9, east side for Peak 8.

2.      Walk to Snowflake ski lift (5 minutes) for access to Peak 8 & 9.  Go out the main entrance, left on Sawmill Road, cross 4 O’Clock ski run – watch out for skiers and snowboarders, go up a tiny hill, Snowflake lift is to the left of Tyra Summit condos.

3.      Walk to bus stop at Sawmill Road/Ski Hill Road (3 minutes); north side for Peak 8, south side for Peak 9. 

Summit Stage (FREE local bus) schedule downstairs near coke machine.  Ride the bus to Peak 8 or 9 in Breckenridge.  There are also buses to other ski areas… Arapahoe Basin, Keystone, etc.  You can pay for the Vail bus.

From the Slopes to Condo

Follow signs to 4 O’Clock (to town) ski run.  Watch for a large metal building on your left, then a shed with a “Caution” sign, Snowflake lift sign on right, keep going straight, go down a small hill, Wildwood Suites is on the left.  If there is enough snow, ski to the front or back door.

If 4 O’Clock ski run ends at a road, this is Park Avenue and you’ve gone too far.  Not to worry, it’s a short walk back.  Take 4 O’Clock ski run or the road may be easierleft on Park Avenue, left on Ski Hill Road, left on Sawmill Road.

Calendar of Events Breckenridge Calendar of Events and Town of Breckenridge Calendar of Events.

TV listing and local activities – FREE Daily Summit Newspaper located outside of main entrance.  Also available in front of City Market (beige box) and most street corners (blue box).

Ski maps and local information in my coffee table drawers or next to coke machine.

Free Summer Concerts Welcome to the Lake Dillon Foundation for the Performing Arts and our FREE Sunset at the Summit Concert series. Each concert takes place at 7pm on Saturday nights at the beautiful Dillon Amphitheatre (late June to early September). Seating is not reserved and many patrons arrive early to secure the better seats. We hope to see you on Saturday Nights!

Breckenridge activities and info on Spring Massive (concerts and other free events).

Winter: Skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, snowmobiling … or go for a sleigh ride.  Sledding free Carter Park (in Breckenridge), pay Keystone Resort tubing, or Frisco Adventure Park (terrain park & tubing hill).

Summer: Hiking, biking, golfing, alpine slide, fly fishing, rafting, and kayaking.

Anytime: Breckenridge Recreation Center (gym) - 70,000 sq. ft. recreation facility. The facility has a free weight room, cardio area, 2 pools, 2 hot tubs, steam, sauna, gym, indoor track, 2 climbing walls, 2 racquetball courts, aerobics studio, multi purpose rooms, and locker rooms with showers.

Museums & Tours I recommend the following museums and tours:

Washington Gold & Silver Mine
Edwin Carter Museum
Summit Ski Museum

Best breakfast in Summit County.  If you are in Frisco you must try the

Butterhorn Bakery & Cafe
408 Main Street
Frisco, CO



Columbine Cafe - best breakfast in town, try the corned beef hash or CBH eggs benedict!
109 S Main Street

Daylight Donuts - 2nd best breakfast in town and way more than just donuts, try the huevos rancheros!
305 N Main



Crown Cafe & Tavern - upscale atmosphere (great sandwiches, coffee, chai, & chocolate cake. Board & card games. Free wireless internet.)
215 S Main Street

Happy Hour, Lunch or Dinner


Call for dinner reservations.  I recommend a progressive dinner party starting at Hearthstone for appetizers, entree at South Ridge Seafood Grill, dessert (chocolate fondue) at Swiss Haven, coffee and games at the Crown Cafe & Tavern.


My husband and I spend a lot of time at the top 6. 

Hearthstone Victorian Dining – happy hour drink specials and select $5 appetizers, daily 4-6pm (try the smoked trout, crispy lobster, and jalapeno shrimp), fabulous view of the 10 mile range
130 S Ridge Road

Kenosha Steakhouse - don't let the word steak scare you they also have a few vegetarian meals.  In the summer enjoy the fabulous view from their outdoor deck.  Daily specials and happy hour.
301 S Main Street

South Ridge Seafood Grill – excellent cuisine (I highly recommend teriyaki glazed Ahi with udon noodles & wasabi sauce, seared... yum!)
215 S Ridge Road

Downstairs at Eric’s excellent Pizza, tons of beer on tap, & a great place to watch sports with several TV's
111 S Main


Relish - delicious food, quaint atmosphere.
137 S Main Street

Ember - tasty food, great bar area where we normally eat and have drinks
106 E Adams Avenue

Le Petit Paris - I plan on trying this French restaurant very soon, I hear rave reviews
161 E Adams Avenue

Mi Casa - busy, fun happy hour 3-6pm (yummy chipotle mushroom quesadilla, love the mango margarita, $.99 tacos, cheap wings, free chips & salsa, free nachos at 5pm sharp!), although I do not recommend lunch or dinner
600 S Park Avenue

Modis - beautiful restaurant and bar with a variety of great cuisine (try the butternut squash ravioli)
113 Main Street

Crepes A La Cart - delicious savory or sweet crepes, people stand in line for these crepes then gather near the outdoor fire during the winter (outdoor seating only)
307 S Main Street

Blue River Bistro (elegant, hip, 2 happy hours 3-6pm & 10pm-close, lots of martinis, and live dinner music 7pm-midnight)
305 N Main Street

Angels Hollow - a locals place with an R rating some afternoons and evenings (language), good food (try the fish tacos), reasonable prices
113 S Ridge Street

Swiss Haven Restaurant - fondue
325 S Main Street

Breckenridge Dining Guide website includes menus. You will find the restaurants above that do not have their own website.

Map of town including restaurants (my condo, Wildwood, is just to the right of the letter "D" across 4 O'Clock Ski Run).

Nightlife Nightlife.  I recommend:

Check the Daily Summit Newspaper for entertainment.

Body Work Spas to choose from.
Shopping Lots of shopping to be explored.
Internet Access (Email) My Condo wireless internet access is free; get the code from the staff at the front desk of my building. There is no guarantee on the internet access, but if you do have a problem, please contact the front desk staff. If there is an issue, sometimes the signal in the lobby or game/tv room is stronger; 1 floor down, opposite end of building. As a backup, you can get free wireless internet access at the sites listed next.

Free at Breckenridge Library, 504 Airport Road, 970-453-6098 (Walk-in, 10 minute use of computer without reservation. To reserve 1 hour, call one day in advance, early in the morning.)

Free Wireless With Your Laptop Crown Cafe & Tavern, 215 S. Main Street, (970)453-6022.

Good to Know

Post Office: 300 S Ridge Road,  800-275-8777

Groceries: City Market, 400 N Park Avenue, 970-453-0818 or Food Kingdom Grocery, 311 S Ridge Road, 970-453-2398

Videos (Red Box): City Market, 400 N Park Avenue,  970-453-8595

Enjoy your stay!
Tammy Snyder (formerly Tammy McMinn) 303-589-9097

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