29 August 2011

Beaver Creek Hiking Center

Whether you’re interested in taking a leisurely lift-served stroll across the mountain, or you prefer a rigorous climb up one of Colorado’s 14,000 foot peaks, the Beaver Creek Hiking Center has a staff of well- trained guides who share a passion for exploring the outdoors with everyone they meet.
Credit: Beaver Creek Resort
29 August 2011

Mountain Biking

Mountain biking is a great way to explore Beaver Creek and the Hiking Center specializes in mountain bike tours for all ages and ability levels.
Credit: Ric Stovall, Beaver Creek Resort
29 August 2011

Scenic Chairlift Ride

Absorb the sensational summer scenery at Beaver Creek on a scenic chairlift rides. The Centennial Express Lift provides amazing views of Beaver Creek and the entire valley in colorful bloom.
Credit: Jack Affleck, Beaver Creek Resort
29 August 2011

Fall Foliage in Beaver Creek

Discover three great opportunities to take in the sights as the quaking aspens and hillsides turn from green to gold at Beaver Creek in fall.  Let professional guides lead you on a tour of the colorful foliage with a guided hike through the Beaver Creek Hiking Center or a High Mountain Adventure Leaf Tours in a custom vehicle. Explore on your own and take a scenic lift ride up and down the mountain.
Credit: Jack Affleck, Beaver Creek Resort
29 August 2011

Beaver Creek Golf Club

Nestled against the slopes of Beaver Creek Mountain and suspended under the clear blue Colorado sky, the Beaver Creek Golf Club is a Robert Trent Jones Jr. championship course and one of the longest established courses in the Vail Valley. It opened in 1984 and ranks among Golf Digest’s Top 75 Golf Resorts.
Credit: Dan Coffey, Beaver Creek Resort