Beaver Creek Resort

About Beaver Creek Mountain


Tucked away from I-70 sits the prestigious mountain of Beaver Creek Resort. Hidden away from the bustling highway noise, this hidden gem resort boasts long runs of corduroy, plentiful Aspen glades, and steep chutes for those looking for a little adventure. Beaver Creek Mountain is all about getting away from the crowds and taking time to explore and relax among soft mountains of evergreen forests.


Beaver Creek Mountain Amenities


Beaver Creek Resort is well known for the rustic ski lodges sprinkled throughout the mountain. Grab a sweet treat at the Candy Cabin, have a beverage on the Birds of Prey Deck, or enjoy a fine dining experience at Allie’s Cabin. Back in the village you can skate around the ice rink or spectate by the outdoor firepit framing the rink. Whatever your adventure, be sure not to miss cookie time at the base of the mountain at 3 pm every day. Beaver Creek is famous for the plates of delicious cookies provided for skiers and spectators alike.


Beaver Creek Mountain Ski and Snowboard Slopes


From beginner to pro, Beaver Creek has terrain for skiers and riders of every level. Hone your skills on long, wide green slopes or take a run down the famous FIS World Cup downhill run, Birds of Prey. Need to warm up and rest the legs a bit? Ski right into the Chateau via the ski way and take your boots off in the comfort of your own residence. Learn to navigate the mountain like a pro with a ski lesson from world-class instructors from the Beaver Creek Ski and Ride School. Whatever on-mountain experience you are looking for, Beaver Creek has it.


Beaver Creek Mountain information and Dates of Operation


Base Elevation: 8,100 ft (2,469 m)

Summit Elevation: 11,440 ft (3,488 m)

Vertical Rise: 3,340 ft (1,018 m)

Number of Trails: 167

Number of Lifts: 24

Average Annual Snowfall: 325 in (826 cm)

Skiable Acreage: 2,082 acres (843 hectares)

Longest Run: Centennial at 2.75 miles (4.43 km)

Opening Day: November 29, 2021

Closing Day: April 13, 2022 (estimated)

Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home.

— Edith Sitwell


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