Beaver Creek | USA

Resort info

Resort info

Beaver Creek is a chic and stylish resort, renowned for its stunning beauty and welcoming atmosphere, with over 1,800 acres of world-class terrain – on meticulously groomed corduroy runs – to explore on three distinct base areas.

A Beaver Creek ski holiday provides beginners with a great novice zone serviced by the dedicated Haymeadow Express gondola leading to Haymeadow Park, from where you can also head to Red Buffalo Park for sweeping views at 11,440 feet.

Intermediates will love Prime in Rose Bowl, as well as Larkspur in Larkspur Bowl and Gunder’s in Bachelor Gulch and cruisers will adore the prevalence of groomed slopes and the variety of tree lined runs. For the more adventurous, there are several glades and those that ride the parks are in luck too, with three of varying levels and a half-pipe.

Even greater challenges are also in store, particularly on the Grouse Mountain area, an entire mountain dedicated to black diamond and double black diamond trails. For experts the tough 2,460 feet drop of the World Cup ‘Birds of Prey’ Downhill awaits.

Off the slopes

Off the slopes

At the heart of the resort, Beaver Creek village is home to ski-in accommodations by means of connecting trails and skier bridges. The exclusive and upmarket village mixes art galleries with ski shops, centred around the resort’s ice-rink while restaurants range from the Blue Moose serving New York-style pizza to the impeccable service of the elegant Splendido. There are also a couple of bars offering live entertainment for those looking for more after-hours nightlife.

There is a tubing hill and ice-skating at the village and you can enjoy an open-air sleigh ride for a great on-mountain dining experience for all the family at Allie’s Cabin or a guided snowshoe tour and wine pairing. The Vilar Performing Arts Centre in the village has concerts and other events throughout the season and there are also a number of spas on offer throughout the resort.

Resort Stats

Resort Stats

Transfer / Driving Times
Denver (2 1/2 hrs)
Vail/Eagle County (35 mins)
Base elevation
8,100 feet
Terrain Park
3 parks & 1 half pipe
Top elevation
11,440 feet
Avg annual snowfall
325 inches
Vertical drop
3,340 feet
Lift capacity
44,264 skiers per hour
Number of runs
Ski season
Nov 22 – Apr 15
Number of lifts
24 inc 2 gondolas & 9 Quads
Skiable terrain
1,832 acres – 38% advanced, 43% intermediate & 19% beginners

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