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"The Beav" is the quieter side of the Vail Valley, but it is a full-scale, World Class resort. The centerpiece is the ultra-plush Hyatt Regency Hotel. A high-speed quad now links Beaver Creek Village to Arrowhead Village allowing you to ski or ride from mountain to mountain, stopping to graze at Beaver Creek, Bachelor Gulch, Village, and Arrowhead Village. A special night-time treat is to ride the "cat-pulled" tram to Beano's Cabin, a mid-mountain restaurant. Short, steep gladed runs in the Stone Creek area will offer in-bounds adrenal pumps for expert skiers and riders. The chutes are located to the east of Rose Bowl and the area can be reached from Cinch Express Lift.
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Projected Opening Ski Season: 11/21/2012
Projected Closing Ski Season: 04/14/2013
Projected Days Open: 138
Days Open Last Year: 145
Years Open: 33
Average Snowfall: 323"
Pros: Staff is fantastic, rental/retail shops are friendly
Cons: None for me!
Pros: great groomers, less crowds, varied terrain
Cons: expensive, I-70, parking
Pros: steeps, terrain, out-of-bounds, customer service, food
Pros: Variety of terrain, employees, lift lines
Cons: Too much grooming, nightlife
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