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Beaver Creek Ski Resort

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One of the world’s newest destinations, Beaver Creek ski resort was created by owners Vail in the early ‘80s to bring a little finesse to the skiing world. As a result a Beaver Creek holiday offers the highest standards of service and quality on and off the mountain. But the ski area is no soft touch, there’s something for everyone, including the World Championship downhill run.
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Beaver Creek facts

  • Village Height: 2468.9m
  • Avg. annual snowfall: 789.9cm
  • No. of lifts: 16
  • Season dates: Late-Nov - Early-Apr
  • Acreage of terrain: 1815 acres
  • Terrain parks: 4
  • Snow making: 35%
  • Distance to airports: Denver International 210km
  • Runs: 56513012

Beaver Creek Snow report

insider's guide

Lovely weather, perfect ski day


last snowfall

Piste conditions

Piste conditions
Lower slopes good, excellent up high


lifts open

Piste conditions

Piste: Excellent
Off-piste: Tracked
Runs to resort: Good


lower/upper snow depth

Piste conditions

Last snowed: 5th Feb
Report date: 12th Feb

Beaver Creek Webcams

  • Top of Centennial Lift

    Top of Centennial Lift
    Last update: 00:15 / 13 Feb 16

  • Chair 8

    Chair 8
    Last update: 00:15 / 13 Feb 16


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Snowboard / Freestyle Skiing

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Aprés Ski

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Mountain Restaurants

3 stars

Resort Charm

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Overview of Beaver Creek Ski Resort

Beaver Creek was created by Vail Resorts in December 1980, 10 miles to the west of that famous ski town. The company had purchased the land nearly a decade earlier with the view of creating a resort inspired by top European destinations such as Cortina, St Moritz and Spain’s Baqueira Beret. With the possible exception of one or two wholly private resorts, it is the most luxurious ski resort in North America boasting some of the most exclusive hotels (and therefore, probably, the world), successfully combining very high quality facilities on and off the mountain, hotels with impeccable service standards and an excellent ski area.

When you ski Beaver Creek you’ll find most hotels, condos and facilities are located in a relatively compact resort centre, which is gated off from the rest of the world. The resort is very well designed, with an ice rink, as well as upmarket shops and restaurants at its heart. Heated pavement ensure no slippery surfaces and escalators rather than steps are provided to lift skiers up to the slopes.

Your day on the slope begins with a mug of hot chocolate as you’re handed a trail map by staff. At lunchtime more staff will find you seats in the restaurant and at the end of the day it’s a chocolate cookie that’s handed to you as you exit the slopes. Another nice touch is the provision of free postcards, post paid to anywhere in the world, although you do still have to actually write these yourself (but getting someone to do it for you while you hit the slopes or the spa could probably be arranged!).

The ski area is also linked to the still more upmarket Bachelor Gulch development (so far containing a luxurious Ritz Carlton hotel and not much else) and a third development, Arrowhead. The town of Avon below offers more opportunities for shopping and dining. 

Although the exclusive feel of Beaver Creek may give the impression that the ski area itself has been tamed for pampered guests, you can still get a good deal there in terms of your accommodation.  There are lots of challenging slopes and Beaver Creek staged the Alpine Skiing World Championships with its sister resort of Vail in 1999, before it had even turned 20. It will host them again in 2015, the first time the Championships will have been to North America this century, and indeed the first time back there since they were last at Beaver Creek. It is also the host of the only Men’s World Cup Downhill events in the US each winter.

Guests can also make use of Vail Resort’s other ski areas nearby, including Breckenridge and Keystone as well as Vail itself. Arapahoe Basin and Copper Mountain are also near neighbours. 

Skiing Guide

Beaver Creek endeavors to provide beginners with great facilities and an excellent ski school - make your first time on skis a good one!

Après Ski

There’s nothing better than being given a free Beaver Creek chocolate cookie as you come off the ski slopes!


A firm family favorite - there’s more than enough to keep the kids happy in Beaver Creek

Off the Slopes

Shopaholics will love Beaver Creek with its chic boutiques, designer clothes stores and impressive art galleries

Restaurants & Dining

From Colorado Cowboy steaks and New York style pizzas to fine dining restaurants serving gourmet cuisine - there’s an eatery for all taste buds

Spa Guide

Perhaps not as Spa rich as Aspen, but there’s still a good choice of highly regarded spa and wellness centers in the resort

Customer Reviews

Average customer rating: 5 stars