A Foodie’s Paradise
Whether you visit Beaver Creek for its outdoor adventures, rounds of golf, or see a show at the Vilar Performing Arts Center, be sure to take advantage of our unique dining experiences. Beaver Creek Chophouse boasts the best deck around with breathtaking views of the mountain. 8100 Mountainside Bar and Grill restaurant in the Park Hyatt includes an open, airy dining space with expansive views of the mountain, and an intimate wine room with chef’s table.
For a fun lunchtime option, take a scenic lift ride on Strawberry Park Express and enjoy a delicious outdoor barbecue and unbeatable views of the Gore Range from Mamie's Mountain Grill. The Lift & Lunch Ticket offers a scenic chairlift ride with lunch voucher. Call the Summer Adventure Center at (970) 754-5200 for information on the Lift & Lunch Ticket.
As a family-friendly destination, look for kids’ menu options or reservation times with family in mind; there are some great early-seating values at many of the restaurants. You’ll also find that Beaver Creek chefs prepare food with fresh, natural ingredients based upon hand-picked seasonal produce offering healthy options. Many, such as Chef David Walford from Splendido at the Chateau also author their own cookbooks. Look for Walford’s “Wood Fire, Champagne Powder, Colorado Elevated”.
Visit the Dining page for more information on each of Beaver Creek's unique restaurants.
Spirited adventures for every level of thrill seeker are available at Beaver Creek. From guided nature hikes to all-out heart pounding competitions, you’ll discover an activity for every member of the family. Stroll through the largest collection of American Western artifacts at SaddleRidge’s museum. Hike a “Fourteener” with our knowledgeable Beaver Creek Hiking Center guides and stand atop one of Colorado’s 54 peaks above 14,000 feet. Ride the chairlift and hike Royal Elk Trail to Beaver Lake for a picnic. Watch top competitors vie for victory at the XTERRA off-road triathlon. Local mountain bike and trail running series offer a great way to acclimate to the mountains and try your hand at new competitive sports. Each offers beginner to expert divisions so you can feel comfortable at any pace. Visit the Beaver Creek Races page for more information.
Beaver Creek caters to families and is recognized for its many offerings. Experience the outdoor ice rink in the evenings; let your kids play in the magical children’s fountain; view native wildlife as you walk our miles of trails. Explore our boutique shops for one-of-a-kind items. Have your picture taken at the top of Strawberry Park Express overlooking the Gore Range. Float a river and learn how to fly fish. Take up disc golf. No matter what you choose, these activities are meant to be experienced whether you’re a child, parent or grandparent.
Beaver Creek Golf Club is suspended under the clear blue Colorado sky. This Robert Trent Jones Jr. championship course is one of the longest established courses in the Vail Valley. It opened in 1984 and ranks among Golf Digest’s Top 75 Golf Resorts. Featuring spectacular scenery and respected for its narrow and challenging fairways. The clubhouse and restaurant, The Rendezvous Club, is open to the public for lunch. Visit the Golf page for more information.
Red Sky Golf Club features two award-winning golf courses by Tom Fazio and Greg Norman, luxurious private and guest club facilities, and a beautiful panoramic community. Both courses have ranked among Golf Digest magazine’s best courses in Colorado. Visit www.RedSkyGolfClub.com for more information.
No trip to Beaver Creek is complete without participating in one of our many unique events. From the Beaver Creek Rodeo Series to weekly Culinary Demonstrations and Antique and Art Festivals, to the annual Fourth of July celebration and Wine & Spirits Festival, each event caters to a different audience and provides different ways to experience the resort. Visit our Calendar of Events for more information.
Beaver Creek Hike-ology
Beaver Creek's Hike-ology program is designed to introduce youngsters to the environment and flora and fauna that live in our mountain surroundings. The Hike-ology program consists of three designated trails:
-The Discovery Loop Trail showcases native Colorado wildlife, and the history of the area.
-The Spruce Saddle Loop allows hikers to match the indigenous plants and animals they come across with their names in a fun mix-n-match game in their brochure.
-The Five Senses Trail encourages exploration of the flora and fauna with one’s hands, eyes, ears, and nose.
Call the Beaver Creek Hiking Center at (970) 754-5373 for more information.