Beaver Creek Ski Resort
Unique Blend of European and Old West Ambiance
Nestled in a Colorado mountain valley, near the towns of Avon and Edwards and not too far from Vail, you will find the amazing, luxurious Beaver Creek Ski Resort.
Since first opening in 1980, Beaver Creek has become known for hosting the 1989 World Ski Championships and regularly hosting Alpine Skiing World Cup events.
There are 149 trails with 19% Beginner, 43% Intermediate and 38% Advanced and Expert terrain. There are two bowls, including the Rose Bowl and the Larkspur Bowl. Altogether, there are 1,815 skiiable acres.
There are also 17 lifts, including two gondolas, 10 high-speed quads, two triple chairs and three double chairs.
The ski area includes four snowboarding terrain parks and one half-pipe.
Beaver Creek itself is composed of three villages and also has easy access to the towns of Edwards and Avon.
Beaver Creek Village is located in the heart of the Resort and has many shops, galleries and fine restaurants. The whole area is linked by heated walkways and escalators.
In Bachelor Gulch Village you will have close lift access to much of the beginner terrain along with intermediate runs. Here you will also find the Ritz Carlton Hotel, many vacation rental homes and great other nearby lodging.
Arrowhead Village is an area with many private homes and condos, many of which are available for rent. Also, from this village, the Arrowbahn Express Lift will whisk you up the mountain to both beginner and intermediate terrain.
A family-friendly resort, there are many activities, such as Tubing Hill, which can be reached easily by taking the Buckaroo Express Gondola.
Kids will also enjoy the ski and snowboard school, ice skating and Cookie Time every afternoon at 3:00 p.m.
If you’re looking for a luxurious vacation where you will be pampered while you enjoy many of the incredible recreation possibilities that Colorado has to offer, Beaver Creek just might give you that experience.