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The neighborhood of Warrior’s Mark rests in the crook of a long arm extending down from Peak 10. It’s south of the Peak 9 ski runs and west of Highway 9. Annexed into the town of Breckenridge in 2002, the neighborhood is a diverse mix of single-family homes, duplexes, townhomes and condos arranged around or near the main road called Broken Lance. The Broken Lance main road thoroughfare runs past the Blue River and the community greenbelt.
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The neighborhood and subdivision is derived from the Warrior's Mark mine, which was one of the greatest producing gold mines of the Breckenridge Historic Mining District located high up Indiana Creek on the east side of the Blue River valley, near the abandoned town of Dyersviille. As it remains today, it’s an example of the technology used to recover gold.
The first of the Warrior’s Mark homes were built in 1968 and were outside the boundaries of the Town of Breckenridge. Peak 9 had yet to be built and this neighborhood looked almost suburban. Gradually, condos and small multi-family units filled in the vacant land between downtown and Warrior's Mark, but walking paths and good roads make this area a very convenient neighborhood.
Living in Warrior's Mark
Town utilities like water and sewer have always been available in this neighborhood and now the free bus service is also provided to lower Warrior’s Mark. Upper Warrior's Mark is served by a sprinter van during ski season only.
In addition to the free public transportation to the base areas of the ski resort, Warrior’s Mark residents have made convenient trails along the river to the Quicksilver Lift on Peak 9. There are also packed trails on the west side of the ridge to/from the Lehman Trail to ski back into the neighborhood.
In the summer, sidewalks make it easy to get to town and trails links to the Burro Trail making it possible to access national forest. The Illinois Creek Trail crosses Highway 9 at the northeast end of Warrior's Mark. This trail passes through town open space behind the Breckenridge Ice Rink, around Little Mountain and into Wakefield.
Warrior's Mark in Breckenridge, CO
- Number of Units: 993 in the neighborhood: 149 single-family homes, 105 townhomes, 78 duplex/triplex units, 661 condos.
- Vacant Lots: 30
- Acreage: condos to 5.5 acres
- Size: studio to 8-bedroom homes
- Size: 645 sq. ft to 8986 sq. ft.
- Year Built: 1968 - 2010
- HOA: http://www.warriorsmark.info/
- Amenities: family friendly, on bus route, in town, walk to slopes, trails nearby, community open space, fishing on the Blue.
Warrior’s Mark is located southwest of the intersection of Boreas Pass Road and Highway 9, in the southern corner of the town of Breckenridge.
Driving south on Main Street through Breckenridge turn west (right) on Broken Lance Drive.
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