Experience Beaver Creek
  • 2"

    Last 24 Hrs

    Latest Snow Report

    Last updated 02/05/2016 at 04:21 AM


    • 2" 24 HRS
    • 3" 48 HRS
    • 35" 7 Days
    • 2" Overnight


    • 53 MID
    • 208 Total


    • Powder/Packed Powder


    • Open Runs
    • Open Lifts
    • Open Acres
    • Open Terrain
  • 21°F
    Chance Snow

    Latest Weather Report

    Last updated 2 hours ago


      Chance Snow
      21°F HIGH
      4°F LOW

      Chance Snow


      Mostly Sunny
      27°F HIGH
      11°F LOW

      Mostly Sunny

    • SUNDAY

      Mostly Sunny
      28°F HIGH
      13°F LOW

      Mostly Sunny

    • MONDAY

      Mostly Sunny
      31°F HIGH
      15°F LOW

      Mostly Sunny


      38°F HIGH
      16°F LOW



      Mostly Sunny
      40°F HIGH
      17°F LOW

      Mostly Sunny


Plan Your Trip


Book online or call 888-222-1878 (+1-970-496-4925) to speak with a local expert.

Stay and Play

Beaver Creek Village in the summer

Thinking about golf? Stay and Play packages at the Beaver Creek Golf Club are a great way to get away.

Beaver Creek Rodeo!

Rodeo Rodeo Rodeo Rodeo

Dust off your cowboy boots and tack on some spurs for the 14th Annual Beaver Creek Rodeo Series presented by the Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa

The Beaver Creek Rodeo features the full line up of classic rodeo events – Bareback & Saddle Bronc Riding, Team Roping, Barrel Racing and of course, Bull Riding! Get in on the rodeo action by signing up for the Calf Scramble, Mutton Bustin’ or Burro Racing. Bring the whole family for pony rides, face painting, mechanical bull rides, and a wide range of food options offered by local high country restaurants beginning when gates open at 5 p.m. Yee Haw!

The Rodeo Grounds are located in Avon behind Chapel Square with free shuttle service from Beaver Creek Dial-a-Ride as well as the Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa.

For questions regarding the Rodeo, please call (970) 754 4636.



Thursday, June 25 

Thursday, July 2 

Thursday, July 9 

Thursday, July 16

(No Rodeo July 23rd during the Eagle County Fair & Rodeo)

Thursday, July 30

Thursday, August 6

Thursday, August 13 


5:00PM Gates open for kids’ event sign-up & pre-rodeo activities (pony rides, face painting, etc...)

6:00PM Grand Entry & National Anthem

6:10PM Bronc Riding

6:20PM Team Roping

6:35PM Riding

6:45PM Calf Scramble

7:00PM Barrel Racing

7:15PM Mutton Bustin’

7:30PM Burro Racing

7:45PM Bull Riding


Bronc Riding

  • Saddle Bronc Riding is an iconic rodeo staple – 8 seconds of vicious riding – much less if the bronc wins! The rider can be disqualified for many infractions including: pulling leather (holding onto the saddle), changing hands on the rein, wrapping the rein around his hand or losing a stirrup.
  • Ranch Saddle Riding is similar to Saddle Bronc, but the horse must be saddled exactly as it would be for ranch work. No rodeo saddles here!

  • Bareback Bronc Riding. To win this event, the cowboy must hang on to the bucking bronco with just one hand and endure 8 long seconds of whiplash, whirling, and twirling. Nothing stands between the horse and the cowboy – no reins, no stirrups, not even a saddle!

Team Roping 
Two cowboys, a header and a heeler work together to catch a steer as fast as possible, earning points for their skill and speed.

Bareback Bronc Riding
To win this event, the cowboy must hang on to the bucking bronco with just one hand and endure 8 long seconds of whiplash, whirling, and twirling. Nothing stands between the horse and the cowboy – no reins, no stirrups, not even a saddle!

Calf Scramble Kids presented by Alpine Bank
The first five buckaroos to pull ribbons from the tails of a group of friendly calves win a prize! Calf Scramble is free of charge and limited to 100 kids ages 7-12.

Barrel Racing presented by Steadman Clinic
Elegant riding and precise timing are the keys to winning this intense competition which consists of sprinting into the arena and tightly turning a cloverleaf pattern around three barrels.

Mutton Bustin' presented by Slifer, Smith and Frampton
The youngest cowboys and cowgirls show their stuff in this Rodeo favorite. The buckaroo who holds onto his or her wild-n-wooly sheep the longest brings home a trophy! Mutton Bustin’ is $25 and limited to the first 15 kids to sign up. Participants cannot weight more than 50 lbs, or measure more than 50 inches tall.

Burro Racing presented by East West Resorts
Moms, Dads and anyone 18 or older – this is your chance to test your donkey handling and riding abilities! Three teams consisting of 3 people each race to grab a burro and push, pull & ride it from one end of the arena, around the barrel and back! Burro Racing is $25/team and limited to the first 3 teams to sign up.

Bull Riding 
In this dangerous event, bull riders must overcome 2,000 lbs of angry animal angst for 8 exciting seconds. A loose rope and the cowboy’s one-handed steely grip are all the hold the rider to the beast.


Admission Rates

VIP Tickets* (13 - Adult)



GA Adults (18 - 64yrs)



GA Seniors (65+)



GA Youth (13-17yrs)



Kids 12 & under (GA & VIP) 



*VIP Seating includes premium bull riding viewing, an additional bar location, upgraded restrooms and seats facing away from the setting sun!


Purchase online: Beginning at 9 a.m. the Friday before each rodeo, until 3 p.m. on event day. 

Purchase in person:

- Tickets will be sold in the Summer Adventure Center on rodeo days from 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.

- Tickets will be sold at the Rodeo Grounds beginning at 5 p.m. on rodeo days (as available).

*Please note that the rodeo takes place rain or shine and tickets are therefore non-refundable. Tickets are not dated other than with the year so a ticket is good for any rodeo held during the summer.


Click here for June 25 rodeo tickets (Sales begin Friday, June 19th at 9 a.m.)

Click here for July 2 rodeo tickets (Sales begin Friday, June 26th at 9 a.m.)

Click here for July 9 rodeo tickets (Sales begin Friday, July 3rd at 9 a.m.)

Click here for July 16 rodeo tickets (Sales begin Friday, July 10th at 9 a.m.)

Click here for July 30 rodeo tickets (Sales begin Friday, July 24th at 9 a.m.)

Click here for August 6 rodeo tickets (Sales begin Friday, July 31st at 9 a.m.)

Click here for August 13 rodeo tickets (Sales begin Friday, August 7th at 9 a.m.)

EVENT RATES (Signup for events at the information tent)

Mutton Bustin' 



Burro Race 



Calf Scramble 



*Kids may sign up for Mutton Bustin' and the Calf Scramble at the Info Tent each Thursday night once the Rodeo gates open.

*Adults ages 18 and up can put together a team of three and compete in the Burro Racing competition. Sign up at the Info Tent when the Rodeo gates open.


For groups of 20 or more, advanced ticket purchase can be arranged through Beaver Creek Group Sales. Arrangements must be made no later than one week before the rodeo to be attended. For group tickets, call (866) 395-3185 


Do you have a veteran or active duty service man or woman you’d like to recognize at the rodeo? 

How about a birthday, anniversary or engagement you’d like to hear over the loudspeaker? 

Special announcement requests must be NO LATER than noon the day before the rodeo. Please note: there is a maximum of 4 special announcements per rodeo, so please request early! Please submit requests to James Oefelein - Jpoefelein@vailresorts.com


alpine bank beaver creek




Did you know that your browser is out of date?

To get the best possible experience using our websites we recommend that you upgrade to a newer browser. A list of the most popular web browsers can be found below.

Click on an icon to go to the download page.