For travelers looking for a rustic yet luxurious escape, there's no better place to head than The Pines Lodge in Beaver Creek, Colorado. This upscale alpine chalet is tucked back far enough for guests to become immersed in the beauty of the Colorado mountainside, yet close enough to Beaver Creek to enjoy everything the village has to offer.
The Pines is a ski-in lodge just steps away from Beaver Creek’s ski slopes. Travelers looking for the ultimate skiing experience will not only love the convenient location of The Pines, they’ll also be thrilled with the world-class skiing that Beaver Creek offers.
While skiing is a main attraction at The Pines, there's much more to enjoy at this resort hotel. The fine dining experience at the hotel's award-winning restaurant, the Grouse Mountain Grill, should not be missed. Enjoy a short walk into the heart of Beaver Creek or hop on a convenient in-town shuttle to explore the village shops, restaurants, and activities. Many of our guests find that winding down in the outdoor heated pool and Jacuzzi tub is the perfect way to cap off a day on the slopes.
At The Pines Lodge, we want our guests to feel like a part of our family. We truly aim to provide each visitor with the warm, cozy touches of home that allow them to feel comfortable and relaxed during their entire stay. Some of our amenities include:
While the winter season is our time to shine at The Pines, we also provide our summertime guests with plenty of unique experiences. Summer groups and travelers enjoying golfing, whitewater rafting and hiking around the resort while enjoying the breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains.
Whether you arrive when the warm sun is shining down, or quiet snowflakes are drifting through the air, you will find that The Pines Lodge at Beaver Creek offers you the chance to enjoy the vacation of a lifetime.
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The Beaver Creek Vision The influences of renowned resorts such as St. Moritz, in Switzerland; Cortina, in Italy; and Val d'Aran, in Spain have resulted in a unique combination of mountain excitement and village luxury, here at Beaver Creek.
When George Townsend first settled the Beaver Creek Valley in 1881, he knew he'd found something special. In 1972, Vail continued the vision by purchasing the land and beginning a detailed planning process. Before the resort was opened, it was named as a site for the 1976 Olympics, but political pressure in Denver kept the Vail Valley from realizing this dream. Construction continued, and on December 15, 1980, Beaver Creek opened to the public.
Beaver Creek Resort is the product of an uncompromised master plan that once envisioned a unique combination of mountain and village environments. Designed as a premier, year-round mountain destination, Beaver Creek successfully fuses western hospitality (found both on the mountain and amid the lodge's courteous staff) with the European charm of a pedestrian village.
Major events have always found a home at Beaver Creek. In 1989, the resort hosted the World Ski Championships. In 1997, village-to-village skiing opened as Bachelor Gulch was joined to the Beaver Creek, and construction began on a new downhill course. The Birds of Prey™, respected as one of the three most difficult World Cup descents, then opened in time for the return of the World Ski Championships in 1999, and in 2000, Beaver Creek celebrated 20 years of outstanding contributions to skiing, snowboarding, and resort excellence.
Beaver Creek Mountain has always been designed to accommodate skiers of all ability levels, and the resort is well known for its unique diversity, exceptional snow quality, and award-winning ski and snowboard school. An accommodating design has proven timeless, and today the mountain is enjoyed by a variety of both winter and summer sports enthusiasts. We hope you can join us for the next 25 years of outstanding recreation and service!
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