Beaver Creek

Beaver Creek: 300 days of sunshine, 1,805 acres/730 hectares of Colorado grandeur, and the intimacy of an alpine village, heated walkways, escalators to the slopes and immaculate grooming. Beaver Creek is North America’s World Cup mountain with slopeside accommodations, warm après-ski cookies, and the Ivy League of ski schools.

Overview

  • 300 days of sunshine & 730 hectares of Colorado Grandeur
  • Intimacy of an alpine village
  • Immaculate grooming
  • The consummate kid friendly resort
  • Modern custom designed resort
  • Lively and informal village atmosphere

Mountain Staistics

Statistics

Top Elevation 3,488 Metres
Base Elevation 2,469 Metres
Vertical Drop 1,231 Metres
Skiable Terrain 730 Acres
Lifts 24 lifts
Runs 150
Ave Annual Snowfall 787 cms
Terrain Beginner 19%
Terrain Intermediate 42%
Terrain Advanced 22%
Terrain Expert 17%
Ski in / Ski out Yes

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Other Activities

Visit the “other side of the mountain.” McCoy Park is a 32-kilometre private playground for classic and skate skiers, and snowshoe enthusiasts with fabulous views of three mountain ranges. Other activities near the resort include:

  • Snowmobile
  • Telemark Skiing
  • Cross-Country Skiing
  • Snowshoe tours
  • Backcountry skiing through the 10th Mountain Division hut system
  • Dogsled tours
  • Sleigh rides
  • Ice Skating
  • Fly fishing

Getting There

Getting there

Beaver Creek is 110 miles/177km from Denver International Airport, and 25 miles/40km from Vail/Eagle County Airport with daily non-stop service from 12 major U.S. cities.

Travel to the resort via shuttle van, limousine, or private Hummer. Or hire a car and drive yourself from either airport. Once you arrive in Beaver Creek, take advantage of complimentary in-resort shuttle bus.

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