An all new mountain dining option atop Peak 7

Inspired by the pioneering western spirit that Breckenridge was built with, Pioneer Crossing is conveniently located at the top of Independence Superchair, and is the gateway for those adventurous spirits traveling through the distinct peaks of Breckenridge.

Upscale Campfire food

Featuring a chef specialty station that compliments the mining theme, Pioneer Crossing’s chefs create upscale campfire foods that highlight locally sourced products like Colorado lamb. The Mediterranean infused cuisine and made-from-scratch concepts, create a higher experience through thoughtful and healthy dining options

Pioneer Crossing will also be home to the mountain's newest watering hole. The Broken Spoke will provide a warm place to gather and tell stories while taking in libations and views.

Top-of-the-world views

Floor to ceiling windows will reveal the best on-mountain views Breck has to offer. Gazing north will inspire the same spirit that pioneers felt in the old west.

Photo Nov. 11, 2016. Admiring the views before the snow began to fall.

Bringing the restaurant to life

Construction began on Pioneer Crossing in early May of 2016. Working through the Summer and Fall, the restaurant slowly started to take shape. The 17,500 sqft building was oriented to the south-east to maximize solar exposure and also to take in amazing views.

Photo taken Nov. 11, 2016.

Being placed walking distance away from the top of the Independence Chair, Pioneer Crossing will offer guests an easily accessible place to grab food, drinks and warm up. Placed atop Ore Bucket Terrain on Peak 7, a multitude of trails and terrain will be accessible from the front doors. Pioneer Crossing will also act as a gateway to Peak 6, Monte Cristo and other blue trails will lead you down to the Zendo chair.

Pioneer Crossing and the Ore Buck terrain it sits above both harken back to Breckenridge's adventurous western and mining spirit. We hope after stopping in for a quick break or bite to eat that your spirits will be high on adventure, similar to the early pioneers who first visited Breckenridge.

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