Opening Weekend Storm: ResortQuest Breckenridge Hit with over 24 inches Fresh Powder

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Colorado ski season has arrived—with a bang. Just one day after Breckenridge Ski Resort opened its doors for the first day of the 2005–06 ski season, Mother Nature lent skiers and riders a helping hand, blowing a substantial winter storm into the area.

Colorado ski season has arrived with a bang. The snow began early on Saturday at Breckenridge Ski Resort (, and continued through the weekend, dropping over 24 inches in 48 hours. By Monday morning, both the town and the newly opened ski runs were covered in 2 feet of fresh Colorado powder. The snow is expected to continue through Wednesday and is expected to drop an additional 10 to 13 inches of snow.

Breckenridge (, located just 60 miles west of Denver, is one of the nation’s top ski and ride resorts. It is a town known not only for impressive ski terrain, but for a picturesque Victorian Main Street with world-class shopping and dining and legendary après ski nightlife.

To celebrate opening week, ResortQuest Breckenridge is offering early season discount lodging packages starting at just $42/night per person until Nov. 23. For more information guests can call toll-free 866-237-4133 or visit online at
ResortQuest offers a complete selection of vacation rentals in this adventurous mountain destination. Guests can choose from deluxe hotel suites, one to four bedroom condominiums and luxurious private homes in ski-in/ski-out or downtown locations. For more information on ResortQuest Breckenridge and its wide selection of vacation rentals, visit

About ResortQuest

ResortQuest, the nation’s leading vacation property management company, provides a one-stop resource in North America’s premier resort destinations ( ResortQuest is the largest marketer and management company of vacation condominiums and home rentals in the U.S. and Canada, based on a portfolio of nearly 17,000 vacation rental properties with a combined real estate value estimated at approximately $7 billion. ResortQuest employs more than 4,000 people and is owned and operated by Gaylord Entertainment Co. (NYSE: GET), one of the largest and fastest growing companies in the hospitality and entertainment industries, based in Nashville, Tenn., that also owns and operates Gaylord Hotels and the Grand Ole Opry. For more information, visit or


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