Beaver Creek Mountain is blessed with approximately 350 inches (that’s nearly 30 feet!) of snow each year. And with Colorado clear blue skies 300 days a year, not to mention the Strawberry Park Express Ski Lift just feet from the Osprey, Beaver Creek Mountain is one of the best places for skiing and snowboarding in the world.
Beaver Creek Mountain has something for everyone; novice, intermediate and advanced skiers alike. Beaver Creek Mountain is home to dozens of beginner and intermediate trails, while World Cup racers utilize the challenging courses of Beaver Creek Mountain which is also home to the annual Birds of Prey Men's World Cup.
Beaver Creek Mountain is open annually from November to April, but for exact dates – check in each year, as they are subject to change.
Base elevation is 8,100 feet and summit elevation is 11,440 feet, featuring a vertical rise of 3,340 feet. Beaver Creek Mountain offers 150 trails, which break down like this:
The mountain also offers 24 lifts, two bowls (the Rose Bowl and Larkspur Bowl), a beginner's gondola, a state-of-the-art combination gondola/chairlift, 11 high-speed quads and three terrain parks.
Beaver Creek Mountain consists of approximately 1,832 skiable acres, 680 of which can be supplemented with artificial snow. The mountain is meticulously groomed, prepped and serviced year-round giving snow sport lovers the best possible conditions.
For more information, to book lift tickets, or a daily grooming report, visit www.beavercreek.com or call 800-953-0844 today.