Beaver Creek is where you'll get high-end guest service in addition to a world-class skiing experience on an all-around mountain. Beaver Creek Resort was recognized for a record fourth consecutive year with top honors for the National Ski Area Association's Best Overall Guest Service Award.
One of the best parts of Beaver Creek is how it honors the past with hidden treasures throughout the mountain. You'll find covered wagons for the kids to ski through, as well as Indian teepees, a simulated hibernating bear cave, and a reconstructed abandoned gold mine. Grab a chocolate chip cookie offered daily during "Cookie Time," as you're walking through Beaver Creek Village. Then you can catch a show at the Vilar Performing Arts Center, or rent some skates and ice skate.
Mamie's outdoor grill is moving up the hill to Bachelor Gulch, featuring its signature soups, Euro dogs, paninis, and "grill your own" kebobs. Beaver Creek will debut a new kids' six-lane, lift-served tubing hill this Christmas. Definitely bring the kids to Beaver Creek. Look for the Kids Fly Free and Ski Free offers for Vail and Beaver Creek through the Eagle County Regional Airport.
The Epic Pass is what to buy if you plan to ski and ride Beaver Creek a lot this season. Vail Resorts will raise prices as the season gets closer so it is something to check on as soon as possible. The Epic Pass has no black-out dates. The cost is $599 ($299 for a child), and you get unlimited, unrestricted skiing and/or snowboarding at Vail, Beaver Creek, Keystone, Breckenridge, and Arapahoe Basin.
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