ABOUT Beaver Creek
The luxurious ski resort, Beaver Creek is located in Colorado, roughly 2 hours from Denver International Airport. Surrounded by high-end boutiques, premium lodging and upscale galleries, Beaver Creek will even exceed those with the highest of expectations. Whilst nearby Vail may be bustling, Beaver Creek is generally safe from the hordes who want to be seen and instead its visitors go for the excellent skiing and snowboarding the resort offers in addition to its sophistication and privacy. With an amazing vertical drop of 3,340 ft and 1,832 acres of skiable terrain, serviced with 23 high speed lifts and 2 gondolas, fewer crowds, Beaver Creek appeals to all audiences.
Beaver Creek AccommodationBeaver Creek is a sophisticated resort and you do not need to look too far for somewhere luxurious to stay. Escalators take you to the slopes and many properties are ski-in/ski-out, including these favourites we've chosen for a perfect stay.
Ski PackagesFully customisable Beaver Creek ski packages that can include any of the following; flights, accommodation, lift passes, ski hire and more. Request a quote today!
Beaver Creek DiningBeaver Creek Resort is not shy of award winning restaurants, world-class culinary cuisine and family- friendly restaurants. The Beaver Creek Village offers a relaxed atmosphere and plenty of dining options. Check out some of our favorites.
How to get to
Beaver CreekBeaver Creek is best accessed via Denver International Airport and then you have a few options for getting to the resort. Find out what option is best for you.
Beaver Creek Trail MapsBeaver Creek offers a decent 1,832 acres of skiable terrain serviced by a sophisticated network of 23 lifts with a good portion being high speed. The resort receives a commendable average of just over 8 metres of dry, Colorado Rockies snowfall each year.
Featured Beaver Creek Articles
2022-2023 North American Snow Season Outlook – December Update: Early Season Storms Give Way to More Settled Period
Bernie Rosow enjoying some early season powder in the trees at Mammoth Mountain which has received 152cms so far this December and there’s more in the short term forecast. Photo: Christian Pondella Mountainwatch | The Grassho [...]
World Snow Wrap, Dec 3rd – Finally, Fresh Snow in Europe and Japan, Dumping in the US and Canada
Megan Dingham living the dream in Alta on Tuesday after 43cms of light powder. Photo: Rocko Menzyk Mountainwatch | Reggae Elliss The northern hemisphere winter is starting to settle in and there have been some good snowfalls acr [...]
2022-2023 North American Snow Season Outlook – More Snow up North, Less Down South and Everything in-between
Deep early season turns in Mammoth last Friday after the storm dropped 170cms. Photo: Andrew Miller Mountainwatch | The Grasshopper After a couple of stormy weeks, North America has exploded into the northern snow season with [...]
North America 2021-22 Snow Season Outlook
Dash Longe getting deep in some classic dry Utah powder last December in Alta. Photo: Rocko Menzyk Mountainwatch | The Grasshopper The season started off with a bang in October with unseasonably large totals over western North A [...]
A JAP + AUS bubble on the way! International Travel? The Burning Question On Everyone’s Lips.
Mt. Yotei-zan, or simply, Yotei. This is the view from the peak of Niseko United. Japan is one destination we may be travelling to this upcoming ski season. Photo: Sea and Summit Media Mountainwatch | Annabel Herbison These days [...]
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