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Beaver Creek

Is Beaver Creek for real? Free parking, quaint Bavarian village, escalators that make the typically chaotic, booted schlep to the chairlifts nearly effortless. A ski valet at your hotel who, after helping you into your heated boots, carries your skis to the chair. Swift, well-placed lifts that, in a brisk 15 minutes, deposit your mixed-ability brood at the summit, where you're comfortable sending the kids off to explore Powell, Mystic Maze and Jack Rabbit Alley while you fry your quads on Golden Eagle, the country’s only FIS downhill course. Or the single lift ride required to rendezvous for lunch, followed by an afternoon lapping the all-levels-friendly Strawberry Park and Upper Beaver Creek lifts. It’s real. All of it. Right down to the warm chocolate-chip cookies at day’s end. The price tag? Unfortunately, that’s real as well. —D.W.

What’s New » The Rose Bowl triple was replaced with a high-speed quad that cuts the 10-minute ride in half, spelling quicker access to Stone Creek Chutes.

On-Hill Lunch » Settle into an outdoor table at Red Tail Camp for barbecue and live music during Deck Days, every Sunday from late February to early April.

Don’t Miss » Create your own clinic. New this season, ski school will offer custom coaching to groups of four, max. Your wish (bumps, steeps, trees) is your instructor’s command.

Coyote Cafe in Beaver Creek

Coyote Cafe in Beaver Creek
Coyote Cafe, Beaver Creek
Before or after skiing, for breakfast or après, the Coyote Cafe is a Beaver Creek favorite.

Coyote Café; Beaver Creek
Near the ticket office and only a short walk from the lift, the Coyote Café is a convenient breakfast spot, as well as the perfect place for you to stumble to with aching limbs after a full day on the slopes for après ski. Featuring quick and inexpensive lunch service, the place also serves meals in the morning and full-service dinners.

The Dusty Boot in Beaver Creek

The Dusty Boot in Beaver Creek
The Dusty Boot
This community watering hole is a great place for ribs, pasta, and refreshing margaritas.

The Dusty Boot; Beaver Creek
You won’t mind getting caught red-handed at The Dusty Boot, Steakhouse and Saloon. Grab an individual table or try the long table in the middle of the room so you can share a little bit of your margarita with a friend, old or new. This friendly vibe continues on with the Drink Board; write a drink on the board for a friend at a later date.

Munch on ribs, pasta, burgers, nachos, salads or fish; all made from scratch by a staff that is just as lively as the guacamole.

St. James Place -304 Unit A, Beaver Creek | (970) 748-1146.

[ Thu, 2010-06-03 16:16 ]
Ted Ligety charges the Super G course during a FIS Birds of Prey race in Beaver Creek, Colo.
Despite stiff competition from several European venues, the Colorado sister resorts will host ski racing's biggest event for the third time in 26 years.

The International Ski Federation announced today that it had selected Vail and Beaver Creek to host the men's and women's World Alpine Ski Championships in 2015.

The FIS ruling council selected the North American venues over Cortina, Italy, and St. Moritz, Switzerland, thus denying Europe its eighth consecutive Championships.

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