Beaver Creek Colorado has so much to offer! Beaver Creek has worked hard to create a world-class ski experience, transforming their beautiful mountain valley into a premium ski destination for domestic and international visitors
alike. When visiting Beaver Creek you can expect the best experience from start to finish. On top of incredible skiing and winter conditions, there is upscale boutique stores, gourmet restaurants and relaxing après bars. One of
our favourite aspects of Beaver Creek is their home-made cookies! Every day at 3pm home-made, fresh-baked cookies are available for skiers, with nearly 500,000 cookies baked each year, there is no doubt they are delicious!
Located in Colorado, Beaver Creek is well known for being a luxury ski resort where they really do care about the little extras that make you ski holiday special. The resort is comprised of three villages which are connect via ski
areas and shuttle services. Beaver Creek village itself is a pedestrian village and has a great selection of luxury ski-in, ski-out hotels as well as dining and bars. Beaver Creek favourites include Park Hyatt Resort, The Osprey & Beaver
Creek Lodge. Then you have Bachelor Gulch Village which just the Ritz-Carlton & a few other condo and luxury houses. Lastly is Arrowhead Village which is predominantly private rentals.
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From the gentle, manicured slopes of Bachelor Gulch, to the open intermediate trails of Larkspur and Rose Bowl, to the steep bumps of Grouse Mountain, skiers and riders of all abilities will feel at home at Beaver Creek ski resort.
At Beaver Creek grooming is their passion. They groom twenty hours a day, seven days a week. Fifty-two operators work ten-hour shifts at 11,000ft behind a turbo-charged diesel engine. The result, 776 groomed acres a day or a total
of 106,000 acres per season of pure corduroy for your skiing pleasure. After you enjoy the sweetest, softest terrain in North America, don’t forget about those groomers taking their 3am lunch break to get the mountain ready for tomorrow.
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Once you are at the resort, everything is very accessible. As a generalisation, most accommodation is within walking distance of ski lifts and other resort facilities. There are also shuttles that operate both in the village and
between each village.
Located in Colorado, Beaver Creek’s closed international airport is Denver Airport, which is approximately 2 hour drive. Alternatively, you can take a flight into Eagle County (if you are already in the states) and then it’s only
a 25m drive to the ski resort.
Beaver Creek is obviously a skiers paradise, off the slopes try ice skating, snowshoeing at the Nordic Centre or hit the shops and art galleries.
Beaver Creek is more about family fun or a relaxed après drink in a luxurious lounge bar, so don’t expect doof-doof parties until the wee hours! If the weather is fine, head to Broken Arrow in Arrowhead Village and then take
the complimentary shuttle back. Sit on the deck at Mamies Mountain Grill which sits at the top of the Bachelor Gluch express lift and enjoy the good vibes and live music.
Dining at Beaver Creek can be somewhat exclusive, some of the on-mountain options are in private clubs which require reservations to be made sometimes months prior, to experience them. During the day, there are a selection of outdoor
grills and on-mountain lodges that offer café style food or visit one of the hotels for a more formal lunch (without the pre-booking).
At night, Beaver Creek Chophouse is a great steak and seafood option. For fine dining head to Grouse Mountain Grill or head to the Park Hyatt’s Mountainside Grill. If you are on a budget, you can get Pizza, Dusty Boots Saloon as some
good value means, try Coyote Café for Mexican or grab takeaway.