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Beaver Creek Resort

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Beaver Creek Ski Resort

Opening Day: November 23, 2016
Closing Day: April 16, 2017
Hours: 9:00am to 4:00pm (MST) Times May Vary During Holidays and Weekends
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Beaver Creek is a fully developed destination resort with 25 lifts, three unique mountain experiences and an army of top pros at its Ski and Snowboard School. From heads of state to heads of households, it is a place that people visit to leave the world behind offering privacy, an intimate mountain setting and is recognized for providing arguably the best guest service in the world, with the promise of “Not exactly roughing it”.

Beaver Creek Resort Mountain and Village

New High Speed Quad Chairlift for Beaver Creek Construction on a new high speed Doppelmayr detachable quad chairlift in Rose Bowl at Beaver Creek will take place this summer. It will transport 2,400 people per hour and have a new ride time nearly cut in half at five-and-a-half minutes. Planned as a side-load chair, the lift upgrade also will improve the guest experience by spreading skiers and snowboarders across the main mountain more, and reducing density impacts on the Cinch Express Lift (Chair 8) and Centennial Express Lift (Chair 6). The resort also plans to increase its grooming operations in Rose Bowl including on some of its black diamond runs, providing skiers and riders a wider variety of terrain options accessed from the new lift. Investments such as this demonstrate Beaver Creek’s ongoing commitment to continually deliver upon top-notch guest experiences on and off the slopes.

Beaver Creek – 3 Mountains of Adventure

A mountain laid upside down, Beaver Creek is in fact three distinct mountain experiences comprised of Beaver Creek, Bachelor Gulch and Arrowhead. At 1,815 acres, adventure awaits at every turn.

Beaver Creek Intimate Village

Beaver Creek’s “beachfront” boasts an array of amenities meeting the slopes. At the base of the mountain’s main Centennial Express Chairlift, skiers and riders are met with dining options such as Foxnut, Slopeside, Sushi or the Beaver Creek Chophouse to the west and 8100 at the Park Hyatt to the east.

In between, convenience is the key with kids’ ski school registration and meeting areas just steps from the snow, comfortable couches to lounge on and the Park Hyatt’s s’mores and fire pit for afternoon snacking.

The views are amazing and the area bustles with activity. Escalators handle the heavy lifting at Beaver Creek and carry guests to and from a variety of Village levels off the “beachfront” that include adult ski school, rentals, lift tickets, restaurants, shops, galleries and a year-round outdoor ice rink.

At the end of the day be sure to sip an après-ski beverage from one of the many great outdoor decks with heat lamps. No matter where the ski day ends, the cozy pedestrian village is easy to navigate and kids are free to roam about to explore the magical children’s fountain, ice skating rink, statues and more, while parents can relax knowing they are safe.

Beaver Creek Ski Lifts

Total number of lifts: 17
Gondola: 2
High-speed quads: 11
Triple chairs: 2
Double chairs: 2
Total Uphill Capacity: 45,409 people per hour

Beaver Creek Terrain Parks

3 Parks
1 Halfpipe

Beaver Creek Mountain Characteristics

Base Elevation
8,100 ft./2,469 m
Peak Elevation 11,440 ft./3,488 m
Vertical Rise 4,040 ft./1,231 m
Average Annual Snowfall 310 inches/787 cm
Acreage (Total Skiable Area) 1,815 acres
BowlsRose Bowl, Larkspur Bowl
Trail Classification
Conventional Trails
Longest RunCentennial (2 ¾ miles)

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