Visitors love the wide selection of places to stay. This is just one of the sought after amenities that sets Beaver Creek Resort apart from other ski destinations such as Vail, Breckenridge and Park City. As the youngest resort along the I-70 corridor, Beaver Creek was a master-planned resort development unlike Breckenridge, Telluride, Aspen and Crested Butte, which all evolved from mining towns into ski resorts.
Beaver Creek caters to all abilities. Extending over 1,832 acres, the skiable terrain spans 5 mountains, 2 bowls, 150 trails and 2 Terrain Parks. The vertical rise of Beaver Creek is 3,340 ft. from an 8,100 ft. elevation at the base to 11, 440 ft. at the summit.
Beaver Creek’s appeal draws a varied international crowd that mingles seamlessly with the local community. The intimate village atmosphere and central ice rink make Beaver Creek ideal for families with younger children and teens. Events like Cookie time is a tradition at Beaver Creek that is not to be missed at 3pm every day!
The Beaver Creek Ski and Snowboard School is legendary and the resort has miles of green runs located at the top of the mountain with spectacular views for beginners to enjoy and find their “snow legs”.
In terms of Beaver Creek transportation , the Village to Village on-demand, free Beaver Creek shuttle service operates from 7am until midnight year-round between Beaver Creek ski village and Bachelor Gulch, with additional service to and from Arrowhead Village in the winter between 8am and 5pm. The service is a convenient way to get to the Beaver Creek bars, restaurants, shops and the other villages.