Location:
Beaver Creek is located in the central Rocky Mountains of Colorado, just 120 miles west of Denver and 20 miles east of Eagle via Interstate 70.
 
Summer 2019 Operating Dates, Hours and Rates
Centennial Express Lift, 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
  • Open Daily: June 21 – September 2
  • Open Weekends Only: June 15-16, September 7-29
  • Lift tickets are available at the Beaver Creek Summer Adventure Center, open 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. daily, located at the top of the second set of escalators in Beaver Creek Village. For more information call (970) 754-4636. Lift access for children ages four and younger is complimentary and must visit the Summer Adventure Center for tickets.
Adult One Day Ticket $42
Child 5 through 12 lift ticket $19
Adult Lift and Lunch $50
Child Lift and Lunch $27
Adult Lift and Bike Haul $48
Child Lift and Bike Haul $25
Adult Lift, Bike Haul and Lunch $56

**Dates and hours are subject to change. Lifts may close during inclement weather**
 
Beaver Creek Hiking Center, 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
  • Open daily May 24 - September 29
  • Located in the Summer Adventure Center in Beaver Creek Village.
**Dates and hours are subject to change**
 
By the Numbers
Beaver Creek Village Base Elevation: 8,100 ft.
Arrowhead Village Base Elevation: 7,400 ft.
Beaver Creek Summit Elevation: 11,440 ft.
Beaver Creek Vertical Rise: 3,340 ft.
Avon, CO Town Size: 8 square miles
Eagle County Size: 1,694 square miles
Paved Recreational Path: 23 miles (Vail Pass to Avon)
Paved Recreational Path in Eagle County: 58 miles (Vail Pass to Gypsum)
Mountain Biking in Eagle County: 343 miles of trail
Mountain Biking at Beaver Creek: 49.8 miles of trail
Hiking in Eagle County: 166 miles of trail
Hiking at Beaver Creek: 62.5 miles of trail
Trail Running in Eagle County: 22 miles of trail
Road Biking in Eagle County: 274 miles of road
Paddling in Eagle County: 86 miles of river (Colorado and Eagle Rivers)
 
Summer Climate
Average Daytime Temperature: 75 degrees
Average Nighttime Temperature: 45 degrees
Beaver Creek enjoys more than 275 days of sunshine annually with little-to-no humidity.
 
Outdoor Activity
Scenic chairlift rides, High Mountain Adventure Jeep 4x4 tours, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, rock climbing, swimming, whitewater rafting, kayaking, fly fishing, golfing, tennis, rodeos, festivals, live music, culinary demonstrations, festivals and more. 
 
Hiking and Biking
Enjoy the beauty of the natural environment on foot or bike via Beaver Creek’s expansive trail systems. The Beaver Creek Hiking Center offers a staff of well-trained guides and specializes in daily scheduled and private interpretive nature hikes and cross country mountain bike tours for all ages and ability levels. 
 
Golf
Perfect your swing this summer at Beaver Creek with three championship golf courses that offer spectacular scenery and impeccable maintained greens for a truly unforgettable game.

Beaver Creek Golf Club
The Beaver Creek Golf Course is a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary and ranks among Golf Digest magazine’s “Top 75 Golf Resorts in North America.” The 6,784-yard par-70 course opened in 1984 and begins and ends at the edge of Beaver Creek Village. The course, known and respected for its long, narrow challenging fairways and stunning surrounding environment, is one of the longest established courses in the Vail Valley. www.beavercreek.com/golf.

Red Sky Ranch
Red Sky features two award-winning golf courses designed by Tom Fazio and Greg Norman and both are ranked amongst Golf Digest magazine’s best courses in Colorado. Golfweek magazine named the Fazio Course the #1 course in Colorado and #32 overall in its Best Resort Golf Courses for 2009. The Norman Course was ranked the #2 course in Colorado and #40 overall in Golfweek’s resort course ratings.  www.redskygolfclub.com.
 
Getting Here and Away
 
By Air
Eagle County Regional Airport provides non-stop flights from 14 major markets in the winter, and 2 year-round, Dallas/Ft. Worth and Denver, which makes getting to Vail and Beaver Creek super easy no matter when you visit.  Eagle Airport is conveniently located just 20 minutes from Beaver Creek Resort with Colorado Mountain Express shuttle service available or rental car options from Avis, Budget, Dollar and Hertz. Visit www.flyvail.com to book.
 
Ground Transportation
  • Epic Mountain Express (EME) is the best link to Beaver Creek and offers access to and from both Denver International Airport and the Eagle Airport. EME boasts an unsurpassed safety record, flexible schedules, impeccably maintained vehicles, and courteous and friendly drivers.www.epicmountainexpress.com.

Getting Around in Town
  • Last summer, Beaver Creek Village Transportation announced significant upgrades to the transportation services provided to the Beaver Creek community. Beaver Creek Resort debuted a new app providing on-demand transportation services under a new name: Village Connect. Village Connect displays real-time arrival information for the on-demand transportation services within the Beaver Creek, Bachelor Gulch and Arrowhead communities.  The Village Connect App includes the ability to request a fixed route vehicle stop for guests, on demand. The app can be downloaded through iTunes or Google Play.
  • The town of Avon operates a free bus service daily throughout the summer to amenities and lodging properties within the town limits. The summer schedule begins April 11, 2016 and continues through Nov. 25, 2015 offering services every 30 minutes between 6:48 a.m. and 6:09 p.m. (http://www.avon.org/DocumentCenter/View/13085.)
  • Visitors can also access public transportation to nearby Vail, Minturn, Leadville and Edwards for a nominal fee on ECO Transportation (http://www.eaglecounty.us/transit/schedules/ .)