#Beaver Creek


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Resort description pending update

Key Stats

  • Summit: 11,440 feet
  • Base: 7,400 feet
  • Vertical Drop: 4,040 feet
  • Lifts: 14
  • Skiable Area: 1,625 acres
  • Annual Snowfall: 310 inches

Beaver Creek Insider Tips

Insider Tips: Beaver Creek

Tours of Beaver Creek are given daily by expert local guides and depart from the top of Chair # 6 (Centennial Express) at 10.00a.m. Intermediate and advanced skiers and snowboarders are welcome - no reservations are needed.

Guests can enjoy hot cocoa and freshly groomed runs (the corduroy) every morning at 9:30 at the top of Centennial Lift #6.

Every Monday at 1:30pm guests can Ski with a Ranger out of the Ski Patrol Headquarters at the top of Cinch Express Lift #8. Forest Service Rangers and volunteers will guide a 45-minute ski tour on beginner to intermediate trails at Beaver Creek Resort.


John Garnsey Insider Tips: Favorite Bump Run Beaver Creek


John Garnsey Insider Tips: Favorite Apres Spot Beaver Creek


John Garnsey Insider Tips: Favorite Dinner Spots Beaver Creek


John Garnsey Insider Tips: Favorite Lunch Spot Beaver Creek


John Garnsey Insider Tips: Weekend Getaway Spot Beaver Creek


John Garnsey Insider Tips: Favorite Zen Spots Beaver Creek


Scott Keogh Insider Tips: Beaver Creek

Scott Keogh, Chief Marketing Officer - Audi of America

Favorite Run:
The Audi of America relationship with the US Ski Team has provided me the opportunity to view ski racing nearly through the athletes eyes. For me, skiing the Birds of Prey track at Beaver Creek is something really incredible when I consider that they are going 50 miles an hour faster! It's steep, hard snow, constantly changing angles and you can never rest.

Favorite Lift:
Centennial at Beaver Creek. Such a huge amount of terrain can be accessed from this chair. Moguls, groomers, tree stashes. So fun.

Favorite Powder Stash: I prefer a great front side ski and a fast rolling groomer. But I've had some really epic powder runs off the Larkspur lift during the World Cup races.

Apres Ski:
The Ritz at Bachelor Gulch has a great living room with a huge fireplace. It's my definition of the mountain lifestyle.

Anything Else:

I've learned over the last couple of seasons how close ski racing and motorsports are related. The energy, training, passion and technology focus are so similar. I have a great respect for the athletes in both worlds....