Downhill Skiing & Snowboarding
Beaver Creek Ski Resort
Beaver Creek is a feast for the eyes; a delight for the senses.
Beaver Creek Mountain was originally designed to accommodate skiers of all ability levels, with a specific focus on winter recreation. That design proved timeless and today the mountain is enjoyed by a variety of winter and summer sports enthusiasts.
Beaver Creek Mountain is known for its unique diversity, exceptional snow quality and an award-winning ski and snowboard school.
When George Townsend first settled the Beaver Creek Valley in 1881, he knew he'd found something special. In 1972, Vail continued the vision by purchasing the land and beginning a detailed planning process.
Places to Stay & Fun Things to Do
Near Gypsum off I-70 along Eagle River; Aunt Sara's = BIG RIG RV Resort: Room for slideouts, 50amp, pull-thru. Campground between Vail and Glenwood Springs. SKIERS, Stay Here: Ski Vail, Beaver Creek!
Between Glenwood Canyon and Vail. Cabins and Vacation Homes on 5,500 acres. Bair Ranch is a mountain wedding destination. Adventures: horse rides, ATV tours, winter SnowCat tours. See Wildlife!
General Skiing Information
Season Opening Date: November 27, 2019
Season Closing Date: April 12, 2020
Vertical Rise: 3,340 ft.
Terrain: 1,832 acres
Number of Trails: 150
Longest Run: 2.75 miles (Centennial)
- Beginner - 19%
- Intermediate - 43%
- Advanced - 21%
- Expert - 17%
Terrain Parks: 4, 1 Half-pipe
Annual Snowfall: 325 inches
Lifts: 23 Total (2 Gondolas, 11 Quads, 1 Triple, 1 Double, 1 Combination Lift & 7 Surface)
Lift Capacity: 34,220 riders/hour
Base Elevation: 8,100 ft.
Summit Elevation: 11,440 ft.
Map Location: Northwest F-11
More Activities & Information
Vail Area, Colorado includes: Avon, Beaver Creek, Eagle, Minturn, Wolcott