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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.

Miller, Mancuso, Vonn Prepare for World Cup Events

Miller, Mancuso, Vonn Prepare for World Cup Events
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Bode Miller, Julia Mancuso, and Lindsey Vonn are training for this weekend's World Cup races in Beaver Creek, Colorado, and Lake Louise, Alberta.

Americans Bode Miller (Franconia, NH), Julia Mancuso (Squaw Valley, CA), and Lindsey Vonn (Vail, CO) finished strong in Tuesday’s downhill training for the upcoming Audi FIS World Cup speed events at Beaver Creek, CO and Lake Louise, AB this weekend.

On Dec. 3, 4, and 5, the men will compete in Downhill, Super G, and Giant Slalom, respectively, at Beaver Creek’s famous Birds of Prey course.

Spa at Cordillera

Spa at Cordillera
"Skiers Escape" Package Includes:
    Nightly accommodations.
    Daily lift tickets for two people, valid at Beaver Creek or Vail.
    Complimentary continental breakfast when skiing at Beaver Creek.
    Complimentary afternoon snack when skiing at Beaver Creek.
    Complimentary shuttle to and from Beaver Creek.

PHOTO: Cordillera
A spa at a full-service luxury resort.

Down the road from Beaver Creek, in nearby Edwards, Cordillera is a full service, luxury resort. The spa lives up to the rest of the establishment. Weather permitting, try the Massage with a View, and get you knots worked out while you soak up the scenery.
http://www.cordilleralodge.com/spa; (970) 569-6359

Avon Recreation Center

Avon Recreation Center
Avon Recreation Center
Ride the 140-foot water slide.

To burn some more energy once you’re off the slopes head to the Avon Recreation Center. It has a gym and offers fitness classes, but the real highlight is the aquatic center. The pool has a 140-foot water slide, lazy river, in-pool climbing wall, diving well, and hot tub.
www.avon.org; 970-748-4060

Thursday Night Lights

Thursday Night Lights
If you've still got energy, the slopes illuminate for night skiing and riding.
PHOTO: Las Leñas
A glowstick-lit ski parade complete with fireworks.

Every Thursday, the Beaver Creek ski school has a glow stick-lighted ski parade down the Haymeadow while the ski patrol sets off fireworks from higher up on the mountain. Intermediate skiers and above can participate while lower-level skiers can watch and roast marshmallows outside McCoys Café.
www.beavercreek.com

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