Duration/Dates2 - 7 Nights (or more)
Beaver Creek delivers an unmatched mountain vacation experience, where every detail is taken care of and perfected so you can focus on spending quality time together with family, friends, and loved ones. Discover a ski resort where you can experience incomparable elegance and pure Rocky Mountain splendor. Located in Eagle County, Beaver Creek lies within the White River National Forest.
At the center of Beaver Creek is a charming alpine village with an elegant array of dining, shopping, and entertainment offerings.
RESORTS IN THE AREA
Beaver Creek has a good range of terrain for all ability ski/snowboard levels, from beginners to seasoned experts.
The dedicated Haymeadow Express gondola ensures beginners of all ages can safely access beginner-only trails. Haymeadow Express leads to Haymeadow Park, which is the perfect place to learn how to ski and fine tune skills. From Haymeadow Park, you can head to Red Buffalo Park, with sweeping vistas at 11,440 feet. Red Buffalo Park offers the ultimate on-mountain experience for beginner and intermediate skiers, families, and any guests looking to discover new adventures while making unforgettable memories together in a safe, comfortable and controlled learning environment.
For intermediate skiers, Beaver Creek has C Prime in Rose Bowl, Larkspur in Larkspur Bowl, and Gunder’s in Bachelor Gulch.
For advanced skiers the recommended spots are Grouse Mountain, which is an entire mountain dedicated to black diamond and double black diamond trails; Stickline, a hidden gem area for tree skiing experts; and the Birds of Prey, an area for professional ski racers and powder hound tree-skiing enthusiasts.
- Double 1
- Triple 1
- High Speed Quad 11
- Gondola 3
- High Speed Six Pack 1
- Surface 8
- Base Elevation 8,100 ft/2,469 m
- Peak Elevation 11,440 ft/3,488 m
- Vertical Drop 3,340 ft/1,018 m
- Annual Snowfall
- Average 325 inches (826 cm)
- Skiable Acres 1,832
- 19% Beginner
- 43% Intermediate
- 38% Advanced/Expert
- Designated Runs
- 150, with the longest being 2.75 miles (4.43 km).
- Skiing Snowboarding