Beaver Creek - Ski Rental & Snowboard Rental
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Beaver Creek Activities
Ian Taylor Trekking specializes in running treks across Nepal, Kilimanjaro and Machu Picchu. They also run trips on 5 continents. Ian has climbed 6 of the 7 summits, including Everest, and guides Everest Camp 2 trips and 50% of their Himalayan climbing trips. He has climbed Kilimanjaro 16 times and led numerous treks to Everest Base Camp, Island Peak, Mera Peak and Machu Picchu. This experienced, global guiding service is an excellent way to get some added adventure in your life, whether you're interested in a basic trekking itinerary or an expedition to summit a 6,000m peak. Based in Colorado and Ireland, you can climb anything from the Himalayas to the green Irish hills with Ian Taylor Trekking.
Phone: (785) 917-9441
Beaver Creek Lodging
Creekside is a luxury ski-in ski-out Beaver Creek hotel located in the center of the action in the Beaver Creek village. You’ll be steps from the many great shopping and dining establishments of Beaver Creek.
Address: 1156 Village Rd, Avon, CO 81620
Phone: (970) 949-7071
The Beaver Creek Lodge is designated by Conde West Traveler as one of the “Top 50 Ski Hotels.” This all-suite Beaver Creek hotel has a warm atmosphere with architecture that makes use of big timbers and logs. Just a short walk from the lift, this is an excellent Beaver Creek lodging HQ for you ski trip.
Address: 26 Avondale Ln, Beaver Creek, CO 81620
Phone: (970) 845-9800
The Lodge and Spa at Cordillera is a grand resort located a short distance from Beaver Creek, near Edwards, CO. This luxurious mountain retreat is an elegant property inspired by a Belgian chateau tand is sure to help you unwind and relax.
Address: 2205 Cordillera Way, Edwards, CO 81632
Phone: (970) 926-2200
Beaver Creek Restaurants
Rock’s Modern Grill is a modern mountain restaurant located in the Beaver Creek Lodge. Stop by for its excellent breakfast or a comfortable and tasty dinner. This restaurant is an excellent place to relax, enjoy a great meal, and partake in a cocktail or glass of wine.
Address: 26 Avondale Ln, Avon, CO 81620
Phone: (970) 845-1730
The Dusty Boot Steakhouse and Saloon is a good Beaver Creek restaurant to go for some après-ski drinks and some filling food. It is a great place to bring a group of people.
Address: 210 Offerson Rd, Avon, CO 81620
Phone: (970) 748-1146
The Coyote Café is a local hangout, as Beaver Creek’s first restaurant. Serving Mexican, burgers, sandwiches, salads and green chili, the menu has something for everyone.
Address: 210 The Plaza, Avon, CO 81620
Phone: (970) 949-5001
The Met is a Beaver Creek restaurant that serves refined espresso, filling and imaginative breakfasts, as well as tapas and wine. This hangout is an excellent spot to both begin and wind down the day.
Address: 210 Offerson Rd #201c, Avon, CO 81620
Phone: (970) 748-3123
Beaver Creek Transportation
Beaver Creek offers some of the best skiing and snowboarding in Colorado as well as a variety of fine dining and shopping choices. Peak 1 Express offers private charter service to and from Denver International Airport and Beaver Creek. Stop for groceries for your condo or pick up your Christy Sports Ski and Board rentals on the way. With an unparalleled commitment to service and professionalism P1E will make sure you’re relaxed even while traveling to your dream vacation.
Phone: (970) 724-7241
Beaver Creek Services
It's been a long journey but you've finally arrived to the splendor of Beaver Creek. Don't crush the mood by venturing our on your first night to get your ski gear. Let Door 2 Door by Christy Sports deliver and custom fit top performance, quality gear directly to your lodge.
Beaver Creek Resort Information
Every year, athletes and spectators alike migrate to Beaver Creek for the Birds of Prey Men's World Cup. That is only a slice of what is awesome resort has to offer. What sets this resort apart from other mountains is the amount of fresh powder found in ski stashes all over the resort. From the gentle, manicured slopes of Bachelor Gulch, to the open intermediate trails of Larkspur and Rose Bowl, to the steep bumps of Grouse Mountain, skiers and riders of all abilities will feel at home.
With 1,832 skiable acres on a 3,340 foot vertical rise, Beaver Creek offers 25 lifts and 150 different trails to make every trip down the mountain an adventure. The mountain is comprised of 19% Beginner green runs, 43% Intermediate blue runs, 21% Advanced black diamonds, 12% Expert double black diamonds, and 5% Extreme Terrain trails.
Considered a top destination in Colorado, Beaver Creek offers mountain top dining, hosting an array of award winning restaurants. Visitors can also enjoy a scenic open air sleigh ride to these elegantly rustic cabins serving amazing cuisine, making their mountain top dining an unforgettable experience. Beaver Creek is surrounded by several small mountain towns located just minutes from the resort, including Avon, Edwards, Minturn, and Eagle. Each offer many economical lodging and dining options, as well as shopping and entertainment venues.
Besides shopping and site seeing, Beaver Creek Resort also offers a variety of activities and special events for visitors of all ages. Just a few to note . . . Choc Chip Cookie Competition, Birds of Prey World Cup, Winterfest, New Year’s Eve Bash, Snowshoe Race Series, Winter Culinary Weekend, PrezFest, and the Talon Challenge. Beaver Creek is more than just a magical winter wonderland too as it transforms itself into a popular summertime adventure destination. The resort hosts summer events as well including the XTERRA Mountain Cup, Blues, Brews & BBQ Festival, Beaver Creek Wine & Spirits Festival, and of course, Oktoberfest.
Beaver Creek History
Ever wonder how Beaver Creek came to possess a touch of European influence of renowned ski communities like Switzerland's St. Moritz, Italy's Cortina, and Spain's Val d'Aran, resulting in a unique mountain resort full of excitement combined with village luxury?
It was the vision of George Townsend who first settled in the valley in 1881. He knew he'd found something special - an exceptional mountain, lined with aspen groves and beautiful vistas that would become a world-renowned destination. In 1972, Vail Resorts continued his vision by purchasing the land and began designing a resort that combined Western hospitality and European charm. Obstacles delayed resort completion, but on December 15, 1980, Beaver Creek finally opened to the public. The mountain was named as a potential site for the 1976 Winter Olympics. In 1989, 1999, and 2015, the resort hosted the World Ski Championships. Beaver Creek has since been enjoyed by a variety of Nordic sports enthusiasts since its opening.