There's arguably nothing more synonymous with the Rocky Mountains than skiing and snowboarding. After all, it's where the world's elite come to train, and ski novices and hobbyists vacation year after year.
Whether you're a novice, intermediate or advanced skier, Beaver Creek Mountain has what you're looking for. World Cup racers prefer the Rocky Mountain slopes and challenging courses that Beaver Creek Mountain, home to the annual Birds of Prey Men's World Cup, has to offer. There are also a plenty of intermediate and beginning trails, making a ski trip to Beaver Creek perfect for skiers of all skill levels.
While Beaver Creek Mountain is open annually from November to April, the exact dates vary from year to year. 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. While roughly 325 inches of natural snow fall on the area each year, 680 acres of the mountain can be supplemented with artificial snow. The mountain is serviced and meticulously prepped year-round so that skiers can enjoy the best conditions possible throughout the ski season.
For more information, to book your lift tickets and to get a daily grooming report on Beaver Creek Mountain, visit www.beavercreek.com or call 800-953-0844 today.