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Beaver Creek Ski Area, Beaver Creek
(4.7/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web)
With elevations of 2,500 m (8,100 ft) at the base and 3,490 m (11,440 ft) at the summit, Beaver Creek Ski Area offers 150 runs with 25 ski lifts. Don't worry if you're new to skiing. Nineteen percent of all the runs are designed for beginners, and the rest range from intermediate to expert. You'll have the chance to experience some of the world-cup trails and ski or snowboard down a 4.8 km (3 mi) long continuous run. You can book a ski instructor (for individuals or families) and reserve child care on a half- or full-day basis. Plan your visit to Beaver Creek Ski Area and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Beaver Creek itinerary builder.
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  • Beaver Creek village looks very nice but until ski season begins be prepared to enter a ghost town. We stopped by for dinner and every singe shop and restaurant was closed. 
  • Ski village to village just like in Europe! This is a fantastic resort where you can ski from one village to the next (from Beaver Creek over to Bachelor Gulch and then to Arrowhead!)! 
  • I absolutely love the feel of Beaver Creek. When you first get there you feel it is a little too high end for a ski resort, but there are just so many quaint little things about it. There are numerous...  more »
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  • Here's a locals tip, ski Beaver Creek more than Vail. Or at least check the snow totals before assuming Vail is the best choice. Don't get me wrong, I love Vail, and Whistler, but for daily skiing I chose Beaver Creek. You can get to the best terrain quicker, and powder with last till noon.
  • Beautiful area! The people here are friendly. Good hiking in the ski off season. Just make sure you have a good map if you are not familiar with the trails. Used a map from my hotel that was missing half of the trails!
  • Beaver Creek starts it day with a free hot chocolate and ends with freshly made warm free cookies handed out by chefs. What a treat. And those trees with yellow bark against snow and blue sky are stunning.
  • Kids loved it. Nice resort town to bum around in.
  • Very expensive. .but you get what you pay for. Great skiing, limited lift lines. Excellent ski instructors