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Welcome to Beaver Creek!

Beaver Creek Village
The heart of the resort, Beaver Creek Village is full of quaint shops, art galleries, bars and restaurants all conveniently linked by heated walkways and escalators.

  • Main access to the Centennial chairlift and beginner, intermediate & advanced terrain
  • Ticket office, rentals, ski storage
  • Ski & Snowboard School, Nordic Center, Small World Play School
  • Ice Rink, Vilar Center for the Arts, Sleigh Ride Dining to Beano's Cabin

Bachelor Gulch Village

Part of the unique Village-to-Village skiing experience, Bachelor Gulch is home to the The Ritz-Carlton and is located between Beaver Creek Village and Arrowhead Village.

  • Ticket office, Ski & Snowboard School, rentals, retail store
  • Main access to the Bachelor Gulch Express Lift and beginner & intermediate terrain
  • Restaurants, outdoor patio and bar
  • Sleigh Ride Dining to Zach's Cabin

 Arrowhead Village
Arrowhead is the westernmost gateway to beaver Creek on the the Village-to-Village ski experience and is home to the Arrowhead Alpine Club

  • Ticket office, retail store
  • Main access to the Arrowbahn Express Lift and beginner & intermediate terrain
  • Outdoor patio and Bar

Climate:

Average Winter Temperatures hover around 45 degrees F. The summer temperatures range from the 70's and 80's during the day, to the 40's at night. There is very little humidity, which results in dry, powder snow in winter, and comfortable days with cool nights in summer.

What to Wear - Get the most out of your Beaver Creek ski vacation by being prepared.
Try these tips to beat the elements:
- Bring and wear adequate clothing, the weather can change quickly
- Dress in layers. This way you can adjust to varying temperatures, altitude levels and stay dry
- Wear a hat! You'll stay warm and protect your body from the elements
- Protect your lips! Wear lip balm with sunscreen and apply ofen. Hydrate from the inside out.

High Altitude Tips:

High altitude, like at Beaver Creek Ski Resort, can have a surprisingly powerful effect on you. A few precautions can help a lot:

- If you're not used to living at high elevation, take it slow at first. With less oxygen available at high altitudes you may tire more quickly.

- Drink plenty of water. High, dry air accelerates dehydration.

- Don't forget your sunglasses and sunscreen! At around 10,000 ft. the effects of the sun can be 50% greater than at sea level.

Nightlife:

Night Life: The wide variety of bars and clubs offer everything from a quiet spot by the fire to live bands and dancing. Visit the lobby bar of the Hyatt for a hot drink after skiing, and continue on into the wee hours at Coyote Cafe, Beaver Creek Tavern, or one of Beaver Creek's other venues.

The Arts: The Vilar Center for the Arts remains the first and only theater of its kind in a mountain resort community. This 530-seat venue is located in the heart of Beaver Creek Village, below the outdoor Black Family Ice Rink. A wide range of entertainment, from childrens' movies to opera and Broadway shows plays at the Vilar. The Vilar Center hosts world-class performing arts including music, drama, dance, film, and children's entertainment.

For details on Beaver Creek dining, click here!

Topography:

1625 acres; 34% beginner, 39% intermediate, 27% advanced. Base elevation is 8,100 feet, summit elevation is 11,440 feet. Vertical rise is 3,340 feet. There are 13 lifts, and average annual snowfall is 310 inches.

There are 25 restaurants, 10 bars and clubs, and 40 shops and boutiques.

What to Do and See:

Beaver Creek lets you escape your everyday routine and enter a world of relaxation and outdoor fun. With a complete village filled with world-class shopping, dining and entertainment and more than 1,500 acres of mountain terrain, you are sure to be inspired.

Beaver Creek Resort sets the standard for service excellence. Guests are sure to notice evidence of the commitment to service in every aspect of the resort from lodging quality to ski school and lift operations. Escalators, heated walkways and even a signature chocolate chip cookies along with other amenities are designed to pamper guests.

Just because you want great service doesn't mean you want a challenging and diverse mountain. Whether a beginner or an expert, Beaver Creek Resort offers some of the best skiing anywhere. The wide trails and impeccably groomed terrain befit the resort's world-class status. Home to the Birds of Prey downhill race course, this Colorado ski resort challenges even the strongest skier or snowboarder!