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Situated high up in the Gore Valley and surrounded by the magnificent White River National Forest, Beaver Creek, located just 20 minutes east of Vail, is a private year-round resort community where luxury begins at the gate.
In the winter, Beaver Creek is known as North America's World Cup mountain. Home to the annual "Birds of Prey" World Cup alpine ski race, and the 1989, 1999 and 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships, Beaver Creek is unique in that it has the power to bring people together in a beautiful luxury ski resort setting, removed from the outside world.
Nestled up to the Holy Cross Wilderness in the White River National Forest, Beaver Creek offers easy access to numerous hiking trails that lead to Beaver Lake, Turquoise Lake, Grouse Mountain and over to Bachelor Gulch and Arrowhead Mountain.
Golf enthusiasts enjoy three championship courses; Beaver Creek Golf Club, designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., located in the heart of Beaver Creek, and Red Sky Ranch Golf Club which features the Greg Norman Golf Course and the Tom Fazio Golf Course.
Beaver Creek’s small village is an escape from the ordinary. A complimentary shuttle provides pick-up and drop-off to all homes and businesses within Beaver Creek and Bachelor Gulch. The village offers award-winning dining year-round and world-class performances at the Vilar Performing Arts Center that presents an array of shows from Broadway to opera, rock to soul, and dance to comedy throughout the year.
Just 100 miles from Denver, visitors flock year round to enjoy the sheer beauty of the Rockies, intimate old world European charm, luxury accommodations, moderate climate, and countless cultural events and recreational activities offered at Beaver Creek.