Beaver Creek Parking & Resort Transportation Guide

Getting Here & Parking

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Walk-to-Chair Lift

Garage Parking

Convenient, covered parking in the heart of Beaver Creek Village, with access to shops and restaurants and several chair lifts and gondolas. For ADA accessible parking, please use Villa Montane.

Entry all Summer.  
Free Free
1 Hour - Under 3 Hours $0
3 Hours - Under 4 Hours $0
4+ Hours $0
 No Overnight Parking  


Ford Hall - Directions

Located just steps from the Centennial Express Lift.

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Villa Montane Garage - Directions

Heated garage located next to the Vilar Performing Arts Center. Please use this garage for ADA accessible parking.

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Bus-to-Chair Lift

Lot Parking

Located at the base of Beaver Creek, the Elk and Bear Lots offer free day parking, serviced by complimentary shuttles to Beaver Creek Village during the 2024 Summer Season. 


Elk Lot - Directions

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Bear Lot - Directions

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Public Transportation

Avon Transit

The Town of Avon provides complimentary bus service throughout Avon, with stops at the Elk Lot at the base of Beaver Creek. Click here for schedules.

ECO Transit

ECO Transit provides fare-based bus service throughout Eagle County, including Vail, Eagle-Vail, Edwards, Eagle, and Gypsum, with stops at the Elk Lot at the base of Beaver Creek. Click here for schedules.

Beaver Creek Resort

Driving Tips

Beaver Creek is located in the central Rocky Mountains of Colorado 30 minutes east of Eagle County Airport, two hours west of Denver International Airport and just minutes off of I-70.

From Denver International Airport (DEN), Denver or Anywhere to the East:

  • Take Pena Boulevard from DIA to I-70 west.
  • Proceed for approximately 120 miles (estimated time 2 hours 15 minutes) to exit 167 for Avon.
  • Enter the roundabout and continue left. Head south, going back under I-70.
  • Continue straight through four more roundabouts, after which you will see the entrance to Beaver Creek.
  • Proceed to the welcome gate.

From Eagle County Airport (EGE) and Anywhere to the West:

  • Take Cooley Mesa Road (the main airport road) to Highway 6. Take a right on Highway 6. Head east.
  • Follow Highway 6 to signs for I-70 east.
  • Proceed on I-70 for approximately 20-25 minutes, to exit 167 for Avon.
  • At the bottom of the exit, take a right around the roundabout. Head south.
  • Continue straight through three more roundabouts, after which you will see the entrance to Beaver Creek.
  • Proceed to the welcome gate

Tips for I-70 Mountain Travel

  • Avoid peak travel times if possible. If you are heading eastbound on Saturday or Sunday, plan to leave the mountains after 7 p.m. to stay out of traffic. To be safe, check the weekend and holiday Travel Forecast.
  • Winter Driving Preparedness 



Winter Weekend Traffic Patterns


  • Friday: light to moderate traffic is likely from about 4-9 p.m.
  • Saturday: traffic can be expected from about 6:30-11 a.m. with peak traffic occurring around 8 a.m.
  • Sunday: Sunday morning traffic is consistently lighter than Saturday morning, and sometimes non-existent. To play it safe, avoid around 7 a.m.


  • Saturday: traffic typically builds around 2 p.m., peaks around 4-5 p.m. and drops dramatically after 7 p.m. Expect congestion on Saturdays.
  • Sunday: I-70 starts to fill up earlier than it does on Saturday, as early as 1 p.m. Traffic peaks around 4-5 p.m. and drops dramatically after 7 p.m. Expect heavy traffic on Sundays.

*Please note: this travel forecast is based on historical traffic data. Weather, road conditions and accidents are impossible to predict and can have significant impacts on I-70 travel.

Holiday Weekends: When a national holiday falls on a Monday, you can count on Monday afternoon eastbound traffic to mimic a typical Sunday pattern, but with potentially more volume.

Metering: Traffic metering goes into effect during very high volume times and can occur at multiple I-70 on-ramps and/or the Eisenhower Tunnel traveling eastbound. Metering controls the


Colorado Highway Updates

Follow the Colorado Department of Transportation for all highway and pass related information and condition reports.

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Flying to Beaver Creek

Beaver Creek is serviced by both the Eagle County Regional Airport (EGE) and Denver International Airport (DEN).

Eagle County Regional Airport 

Located 30 minutes from Beaver Creek, Eagle County Regional Airport provides non-stop flights from 14 cities in the winter, with service from Dallas/Ft. Worth June - April and from Denver year-round.  In addition, one-stop connections are available from over 250 cities worldwide, making EGE the most seamless airport when flying to and from Beaver Creek. During the winter, Eagle Airport will be serviced by American, Delta and United from the following cities:

  • Atlanta
  • Chicago
  • Dallas/Ft. Worth
  • Denver
  • Houston
  • Los Angeles
  • Miami
  • New York/JFK
  • New York/LGA
  • Newark
  • Philadelphia
  • Phoenix
  • Salt Lake City
  • San Francisco

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Private Jet Service in EGE

If you are coming to the Vail Valley via private aircraft, the Vail Valley Jet Center can assist you with aircraft storage and services. The jet center also provides international customs clearance, catering services, flight planning assistance, aircraft maintenance and cleaning, and full concierge services. For more information about the Vail Valley Jet Center visit or call (970) 524-7700.

Denver International Airport

Located two hours from Beaver Creek, Denver International Airport offers over 750 daily flights to 180 destinations, including 20 international destinations. Learn more about navigating DIA at