About the Resort
For those looking for a luxurious ski experience, look no further, as Colorado’s Beaver Creek has it all for you. With beautifully groomed slopes and a wealth of high-end hotels, it’s also renowned for being the location that welcomes some of the top skiers in the world when they all come together
Although Beaver Creek is one of the newest resorts, having only opened in 1980, it’s part of the Vail Resorts group which includes Breckenridge and Vail which are close by. You’ve got 150 beautifully groomed trails to explore across three mountains: Arrowhead, Beaver Creek and Grouse, with loads on offer for skiers of all standards. Read More
Whether you choose to stay in catered or self-catered Beaver Creek ski accommodation, you’ll find an excellent choice of venues with lots available for most budgets. You’ve got over 100 Beaver Creek hotels to choose from. Read More
As this resort has such high expectations and also benefits from a high altitude with Arrowhead at 2,255m, and Beaver Creek and Bachelor Gulch at 2,469m, you can expect good snow coverage. It’s worth bearing in mind that the Beaver Creek weather can be very cold earlier in the season. Read More
For non-skiers in Beaver Creek, you’ll find a lot of options to experience. Haymaker Tubing Hill is great for all members of the family, and you’ve also got the Marmot Maze where your children can explore a series of snow-bound slides and tunnels. Read More
We like Beaver Creek as it’s a ski location that will satisfy all skiers from beginners right through to hardcore experts. It’s definitely worth visiting at weekdays when it’s quieter. Read More
+Mountain has something for everyone.
+Traffic free village centre.
Things to think about
-A very pricey resort.
-Some areas are exclusive for members only, such as certain mountain restaurants.
Beaver Creek Ski Pass
Child Pass 5-12 Years