Rocky Mountain Highs
Located high in the Rocky Mountains, surrounded by the White River National Forest, Beaver Creek Mountain is a winter playground with the most exciting skiing, x-country, and snowboarding in Colorado. Enjoy a European-style village-to-village skiing experience, connecting Beaver Creek to Bachelor Gulch and Arrowhead. One of the most exciting and challenging ski resorts in North America and home to the Birds of Prey downhill race course, Beaver Creek features 1,832 ski acres, pristine slopes, 149 incredible trails, two deep-powder bowls, three terrain parks and a half-pipe.
From the gentle slopes of Bachelor Gulch, to the open intermediate trails of Larkspur and Rose Bowl, to the steep bumps of Grouse Mountain, Beaver Creek Mountain is a sanctuary for skiers of all abilities. Beaver Creek features steep slopes, 149 impeccably groomed trails, powdery bowls and awesome terrain parks for the skiing adventures in the Colorado Rockies. For amazing cross-country skiing, McCoy Park features groomed and rustic trails between Beaver Creek and Bachelor Gulch villages, and spectacular views of three mountain ranges.
Host the Men's Snowboarding World Cup, Beaver Creek Mountain is snowboarding heaven with amazing steep and rollers for freeriding and freestyle. The sister to Vail, Beaver Creek boasts perfectly groomed and steep slopes, rolling runs, soft corduroy, sugary bowls, four terrain parks, a huge half pipe and the Beaver Creek Ski & Snowboard School – considered the best in the country! Beaver Creek’s terrain parks have jumps, jibs, boxes, rails, and stalls for riders of all levels.
Beaver Creek Ski & Snowboard School
New to skiing or just need a quick refresher course? Beaver Creek Ski & Snowboard School is one of the best schools in the country with each program geared for age and ability. Children are whisked up the hillside to The Ranch, a state-of-the-art ski and snowboard area designed just for them. Adults can enjoy a fun-filled lesson with personable and patient ski instructors. You're sure to feel more comfortable out on the slopes in no time! Find out more here.
Thursday Night Lights
Party and play in the snow at Thursday Night Lights, the most fun evening event on the mountain. Held weekly during the winter, Thursday Night Lights is a glow stick ski-down to music with colorful fireworks that illuminate the night sky. Skiers move and groove down the slopes with glow sticks as the music beats. You must be an intermediate skier to participate. You can register on Thursdays at 5pm at the Baever Creek Children's Ski School.