Beaver Creek Ski Resorts & Holidays


The two prevailing reasons why people love Beaver Creek are as follows; firstly, the splendid grandeur of the resort equals an exclusive and chic location where the groomed mountains open up to every variety of skier, and secondly, the complete intimacy and privacy that results from the resort being hidden from view. From Late November to early April, you can really feel like a celebrity in this openly plush and enchanting location, additionally, the resort hosts the Bird's of Prey Men's World Cup each year so you know you're in great company!

Beginners (5 out of 5)

Perfect for first time skiers, the runs are fabulously groomed, devoid of crowds and afford magical views across the Colorado Rockies. With nursery slopes at resort level and plenty of easy runs to progress to, Beaver Creek really has so much to offer for novices you¿ll be spoiled for choice.

Intermediates (4 out of 5)

There are stunning long, tranquil, cruising blues almost everywhere you look. Head to the Larkspur and Strawberry Park chairs for more thrilling runs and flawless terrain.

Advanced (4 out of 5)

For unbeatably exciting steep and long runs, head to the Birds of Prey and Grouse Mountain areas and make speedy tracks in the perfectly polished snow. If you really feel up for a test, try the Talons Challenge, arranged through the ski school and undertaking 13 of the toughest runs.

Snowboarding (4 out of 5)

There is plenty to keep all levels of snowboarder occupied at Beaver Creek with numerous boarder parks and an extensive range of boarder-friendly slopes you'll be in snowboarding heaven! You can spend your days dotting between the resort and neighbouring Arrowhead and Bachelor Gulch, or visit one of the parks such as Zoom Zoom and Moonshine where you will find rails, half pipes, log slides, jumps and tables to name a few.

Approx Transfer Time 2 hrs 30 mins Village Height 2,470m Highest Lift 2,485m

Apres Ski

There is a wide range of restaurants to choose from both around the mountains and down in the village. You can eat something different every night and are assured of the best service and a welcoming atmosphere. You can also find piano bars, ballet and comedians.


Outdoor ice rink - Thursday Night Lights - a glow stick ski down to music with a fireworks display, intermediate - advanced skiers can also take part - Children's entertainment on the Plaza - Cross country

Eating Out

There is lots of choice when it comes to cuisine, ranging from chops to seafood to pizza. The Golden Eagle, Toscanini, Dusty Boot and Beaver Creek Chophouse are all recommended places to while away your evening.

Other Amenities

Boutiques and galleries - Hot-air balloon rides - Dog sledding - Shops - Escalators to slopes - Free shuttle to village - Heated pavements - Spas

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