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High on Style - On the Four O'clock Run

High on the ski hill side of Breckenridge, near the place where Four O’clock ski run leaves the national forest is a newer subdivision of high-end, single family homes called Trappers Glen. Homeowners here have a short run home from Peak 8 and an easy way onto the mountain in the morning either down Snowflake or Four O’clock runs to the Snowflake Lift. Four O’clock Run (4 o’clock ski trail) is the long neighborhood ski run that covers two miles between the base of Peak 8 and downtown Breckenridge.

Trappers Glen homes for sale take advantage of a quiet and secluded location that is well-connected to downtown Breckenridge by Four O'Clock Road.

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Trappers Glen Subdivision: A Prime Location

It's a five-minute drive to the center of town from up here in Trappers Glen where Four O’clock Road dead ends. Ski runs surround the homes. The neighborhood feels quiet and private, even as the town grows because of the large number of trees salvaged during construction. It will remain that way because of new landscaping required by strict Breckenridge zoning regulations.

The views to the east and Baldy Mountain are phenomenal from Trappers Glen. The ski trails surrounding the neighborhood will lead more than just the eye into the natural lands of the national forest. In summer they become hiking trails. Adjoining the home sites toward the southeast are more than seven acres of open space preserved for wetlands around Sawmill Creek.

The History of Trappers Glen

When the first home was built up by the base of the ski area in 1969, Ski Hill Road was a dirt road and would have been a steep climb home from town. But today, the newer construction has been well developed. Ski and hiking trails have been maintained and the road has been greatly and improved, paved, widened and flattened. Trappers Glen is now less than a 5-minute drive from town and minutes from the base of the ski area by car or foot. It is surrounded by newer, but similarly high-end subdivisions like Timber Trails, Four O’clock and Boulder Ridge.

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Trappers Glen in Breckenridge, CO

Quick Facts:

  • Number of Units: 12 homes; 13 total
  • Vacant Lots: 1
  • Acreage: 0.5 to 0.85 acre
  • Size: 4-6 Bedrooms
  • Size: 4192 sq. ft. to 9904 sq. ft.
  • Year Built: 1993 - 2004
  • HOA: Trappers Glen Homeowners Association
  • Amenities: close to the bottom of Peak 8, in town, on 4 O’clock run making it ski-in and ski-out


From the center of Breckenridge (main stop light on Ski Hill Road) drive south on Park Avenue to Four O’clock Road. Continue on this road (about 1 mile) until the very end. The high-end homes on either side of this road are Trappers Glen.

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