Beaver Creek Resort Information

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About Beaver Creek Resort

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Beaver Creek is a four season resort offing world class skiing and snowboarding to patrons of all ages and abilities. Featuring mostly executive and luxury accommodations the Beaver Creek Resort has developed into an intimate alpine retreat. The Resort offers guests the choice of three distinct villages to stay in.


The main Beaver Creek Village is truly at the heart of the action. Decorated with many restaurants, shops and art galleries the village is connected via heated walkways and escalators. All of the accommodations in the main village offer guests ski in access courtesy a series of trails and skier bridges.

Bachelor Gulch Village provides many of the same services as the main village as well as excellent slopeside access and mountain serenity. With a full assortment of restaurants, bars and outdoor patios to enjoy some après ski and the beautiful mountain vistas, Bachelor Gulch offers a great location for your next stay.

Arrowhead Village is located on the west side of Beaver Creek Mountain and is home to many resorts, condos and vacation homes. While you are here, make sure to visit the Broken Arrow Restaurant, a favourite of locals and seasonal guests alike.

Beaver Creek Resort Facts

Location

Beaver Creek is located in the central Rocky Mountains of Colorado, 120 miles west of Denver and just 20 miles east of Eagle off of Interstate 70.

Hours Of Operation

  • Late November to mid-April
  • Day skiing: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Annual Snowfall 
Over 787 cm (310 inches or 25.8 ft) annually

Lifts

  • Chairlifts
    • 1 - Gondolas
    • 10 - High Speed Quad Chairs
    • 2 - Triple Chairs
    • 3 - Double Chairs

Total Uphill Capacity
25,939 skiers/boarders per hour

Elevation
Summit 3,488 m (11,440 ft.) 
Base 2,469 m (8,100 ft.)

Runs

  • 149 Marked Downhill Trails
  • 19% Beginner
  • 43% Intermediate
  • 38% Advanced/Expert
  • 2 Bowls

Longest Run
4.3 km (2.7 miles) - Centennial


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