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Drone Policy

Recreational drone use is not permitted on Beaver Creek Mountain. 

Summer Trail Status

Couple Mountain Biking at Beaver Creek in the Autumn
Family on a Mountain Biking Climb Multi Use Trails
Multi-use trails are designated for hiking, biking and horseback riding.
 

Green Trails - Requires basic mountain bike handling skills.  Open and forested areas, smaller embedded rocks, loose rocks, and tree roots.  Gentle grades ~6%
Blue Trails - Requires good mountian biking skills.  May encounter bern turns, tight quarters, large rocks and roots.  Moderate grades ~10%
Black Trails - Requires advanced mountain biking skills.  May encounter large rock gardens and roots, steep ascents with grades ranging in excess of 10%


Status  Trail Name  Difficulty   Description  Distance 
OPEN
Allie’s Way™   green and blue This scenic trail is a great beginner hiking path and intermediate mountain biking trail through the trees and slopes of Beaver Creek 1mi (1.6km) 
OPEN

Arrowhead Mountain Trail™ 

 green and blue A great backcountry feel, this trail winds up the Arrowhead valley eventually connecting with Primrose and Piece O’Cake Trail   3.7mi (6km) 
OPEN

Bachelor, Bear Paw & Ridge Rider Loops™ 

    green cricle These multi-use trails are part of the Bachelor Gulch trail network. Enjoy scenic hikes that start and finish in Bachelor Gulch    
OPEN

Beaver Creek Recreation Path™

    green cricle A paved recreation path adjacent to Village Road, which connects Avon to Beaver Creek Village  2mi (3.2km) 
OPEN

Beaver Creek Village Loop™

    green cricle An easy hike out of the Village. The trail winds up through the aspens and along the open slopes of the Haymeadow area above the village 1.7mi (2.8km) 
OPEN

Buddy's Way™ 

    green cricle Part of Village Loop, this section is an easy hike winding through the wildflowers and aspen stands overlooking the village  1mi (1.6km) 
OPEN

Cinch™ 

    green cricle Beautiful views of Beaver Creek Valley and the Gore Range. Cinch is the recommended route for beginner scenic bike rides to the village  4.5mi (7.2km) 
OPEN

Dally™

    green cricle You’ll pass the Birds of Prey™ Express Lift and wind down along Beaver Creek by Red Tail Camp. Not recommended for novice bike riders 4.5mi (7.2km) 
OPEN

Piece O’ Cake and Primrose™

    green cricle Offering hikers and bikers an easy and scenic route to the tops of Arrowhead, Bachelor Gulch and Beaver Creek Mountains.   
OPEN

Village-to-Village Trail™ 

    blue square From Red Tail Camp, the trail heads across the hillside, through meadows and aspen groves into Bachelor Gulch and Arrowhead 3mi (4.8km) 
OPEN

Aspen Glade™

    blue square Enjoy views, aspen trees and wildflowers on this intermediate hike. Or combine this trail with others for a longer hike  1mi (1.6km) 
OPEN

Daybreak Ridge™

    blue square A great link from the ridge top (Primrose) to Village-to-Village Trail  1.8mi (3km)  
OPEN

Elkhorn Trail

    blue square Quiet multi-use trail connecting Beaver Creek Landing to Village-to-Village Trail  2.4mi (4km)  
OPEN

Lost Buck™

    blue square An easy intermediate access route from the base of Chair #12 connecting with Stack-It, Lost Buck Spur and Village-to-Village Trails  1.7mi (2.8km) 
CLOSED

Lost Buck Spur™

    blue square An intermediate trail, this single-track trail passes through aspen glades, then connects with Beaver Lake Trail  0.8mi (1.2km)  
OPEN

Rose Pedal™

    blue square An intermediate single-track trail from either direction. Rose Pedal begins its descent from Spruce Saddle and winds its way down to Cinch  2mi (3.2km) 
OPEN
Beano’s Hill Climb™     black diamond This climb is a rough fire road to the top of Chair #11 and Larkspur Bowl  2.9mi (4.6km)  
OPEN
PHQ Hill Climb™      black diamond This trail zigzags 1,240 vertical feet (378 m) from Spruce Saddle to Ski Patrol Headquarters at the summit of the mountain   0.7mi (4.3km)  
 Hiking Hiking Only Trails
Hiking trails are closed to bikers and horseback riding. 

Green Trails - Open and forested areas, smaller embedded rocks, loose rocks, and tree roots.  Gentle grades ~6%
Blue Trails - May encounter bern turns, tight quarters, large rocks and roots.  Moderate grades ~10%
Black Trails - May encounter large rock gardens and roots, steep ascents with grades ranging in excess of 10% 



From Beaver Creek Village

Status  

Trail Name  

 Difficulty 

Description 

Distance 

OPEN

Five Senses Trail™

      green cricle 

This trail begins at the base of Chair #6. No access to Flood's Ponds or Beaver Lake Trail, crosses Beaver Creek and follows the road to Flood's Fishing Ponds and the Bevaer Lake Trailhead   

1mi (1.6km) 

OPEN 

Discovery Loop™

      green cricle 

An easier interpretive hike exploring the cultural history of the region as well as the indigenous wildlife of the area  

1.5 mi (2.4km) 

OPEN

Creekside Family Walk 

      green cricle 

Perfect for the family - a gentle loop that passes through Creekside Park where you'll find a playground, picnic tables and restrooms 

1.5mi (2.4km) 

OPEN

Beaver Lake Trail™      

      blue square 

Follow this trail along Beaver Creek past the base of Chairs #9, 10 and 11, and Beano's Cabin, up through the valley where pristine Beaver Lake lies

6mi (9.7km) 

From Spruce Saddle

Status     

Trail Name 

 Difficulty 

Description 

Distance 

OPEN

Spruce Saddle Loop        green cricle  An easier, mid-mountain interpretive tour at Spruce Saddle where you can learn about local flora and fauna  1mi (1.6km) 
OPEN
Royal Elk Trail        blue square  trail is generally downhill and can be accessed by riding Centennial Express Lift. The route traverses the Talons Challenge ski are and connects with Beaver Lake Trail  2.5 mi (4.1km) 

OPEN

Overlook Trail        blue square  Near the top, take in views of the Sawatch Mountain Range from the overlook and on your way down, watch as Beaver Creek Village unfolds below you  4mi (6.5km) 
Couple Mountain Biking in a Grassy Meadow  Biking Only Trails
Biking trails are closed to hikers and and horseback riding.

Green Trails - Requires basic mountain bike handling skills.  Open and forested areas, smaller embedded rocks, loose rocks, and tree roots.  Gentle grades ~6%
Blue Trails - Requires good mountian biking skills.  May encounter bern turns, tight quarters, large rocks and roots.  Moderate grades ~10%
Black Trails - Requires advanced mountain biking skills.  May encounter large rock gardens and roots, steep ascents with grades ranging in excess of 10%


Status  Trail Name   Difficulty  Description  Distance
Closed
Corkscrew         black diamond  Bike down through groves of aspen and evergreens on this exciting single-track trail. Geared towards expert riders   5mi (8km) 
OPEN
Stack It        black diamond  A challenging mountain bike single-track, which winds its way down the ski slopes and through aspens  1.5mi (2.5km) 

**Note: Beaver Creek does not offer extreme downhill mountain biking, only cross-country riding

2014 Summer Trail Map
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