Beaver Creek ski trip
Offering some of the most luxurious accommodations and family-friendly amenities in Ski Country, Beaver Creek is a self-contained ski resort nestled in the Colorado Rockies easily accessible via 1-70. From its immaculate grooming capabilities and daily 3 p.m. cookies to its gondola-dedicated beginner area, Beaver Creek is celebrated for exceptional attention to detail and anticipatory services. Situated a little more than two hours from Denver International Airport and a quick 30 minutes from Eagle County Airport, Beaver Creek is also easy to get to from just about anywhere.
The charming, ski in ski out Bavarian-style base village, which features top-notch restaurants, a festive outdoor ice rink, spas and shops is one of the greatest perks—and most convenient place to stay—on a Beaver Creek ski vacation. In addition to the main base village, the two adjacent villages, Bachelor Gulch and Arrowhead, offer luxury-lodging options in picturesque, peaceful settings. All three villages are interconnected by ski trails and lifts, providing a unique ski vacation experience similar to one in the Alps. Avon, the town at below the resort, offers additional—and generally more affordable—dining and lodging options, as well as a bit of nightlife and off-mountain activities.
Ski Beaver Creek
A resort of world-class, varied trails, 36 percent of Beaver Creek’s terrain is classified for advanced to expert skiers; 43 percent is for intermediates; and 19 percent is for beginners. Beaver Creek enjoys acclaim for having top-of-the-line corduroy, thanks to its impeccable grooming machines and staff.
Beaver Creek has three terrain parks with features of varying sizes, making it a great place to progress park skills. From the steep moguls on Grouse Mountain and wide, green groomers to great tree skiing, Beaver Creek has something for skiers and riders of all tastes and levels. Plus, your Beaver Creek lift ticket grants you access to the expansive terrain found at Vail, which is an easy 15 minutes away.