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Denver International Airport and Eagle County Airport
Eagle County Airport is 30 miles from Beaver Creek. American, United, Delta and Continental all fly into Eagle. Wintertime direct flights are available from major cities including Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami and New York.
Denver International Airport is 120 miles from Beaver Creek. You can book nonstop or direct flights from most major U.S. airlines to fly into Denver including United, Frontier, Southwest, Delta, American, Continental and Jet Blue.
Transportation to/from the Airport
Several companies offer shuttle services in shared vans, or limousines and private cars. The major rental car companies have airport booths, but the car lots are several miles away. It's best to book in advance and ask for an SUV or a winterized car. If there's a snowstorm, you'll want snow tires on the car.
Colorado Mountain Express offers both shared rides in vans and private car service to and from both Eagle County Airport and Denver International Airport. Check the "Specials & Packages" section under "Rates" online for deals. 800-525-6363; http://www.coloradomountainexpress.com/beaver-creek.aspx
VailCoach offers limousine and private car service to and from Eagle County Airport and Denver International Airport. 877-554-7433; http://www.vailcoach.com/
Getting Around the Village
The heart of Beaver Creek is a pedestrian village and outdoor escalators move guests between the different levels. If you're staying up in Beaver Creek Village or in Bachelor Gulch, parking is expensive and you don't need a car unless you're planning to explore the region and head to Vail or Edwards for dinner. Beaver Creek's buses shuttle skiers between the covered bridge at the base of the lifts, and the free parking lots at the base of the resort, and between the resort's villages (Beaver Creek, Bachelor Gulch, Arrowhead). ECO Transit runs buses from the Elk and Bear Lots at the base of Beaver Creek to Vail with stops along the way.
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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