Beaver Creek Travel Tips
Whether traveling by land or air, it's never been easier for vacationers to get to the best skiing in the world, found at Beaver Creek, Vail, Breckenridge, Keystone and Heavenly.
Vail/Eagle County Airport
Located approximately 25 minutes west of Beaver Creek, approximately 35 minutes west of Vail and about 70 minutes west of Keystone and Breckenridge.
Five of the largest U.S. airlines provide non-stop service on Boeing 757 jets, offering 126 flights per week to guests from around the country.
Frequent non-stop service from Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Newark and San Francisco.
Additional weekend service from Cincinnati, Miami and New York (LaGuardia).
Denver International Airport
More than 700 daily flights scheduled for arrival from across the globe.
Located 105 miles from Keystone and Breckenridge and 120 miles from Vail and Beaver Creek.
Daily non-stop flights from more than 115 major U.S. airports.
British Airways offers daily non-stop service from London/Gatwick.
New Lufthansa route non-stop from Frankfurt.
Mexicana offers daily non-stop service from Mexico City.
Major car rental agencies have counters at both DIA and Vail/Eagle County Airport. Van shuttle companies operate from both airports and can drop visitors off at the front door of their lodge or condominium.
Between Vail/Beaver Creek and Keystone/Breckenridge
The Vail Resorts Express is the fastest, easiest way to travel between Keystone or Breckenridge and Vail or Beaver Creek. Luxury coaches include an on-board concierge to answer questions, sell lift tickets and book ski lessons. Reservations, prices and information: 970/476.9090.
Getting Around Beaver Creek
Getting around the resort is easy, with most lodging properties located within walking distance of the lifts and core village.
Village Transportation, complimentary shuttle service, transports guests to any location within the resort. Guests can call or make arrangements through their concierge - within minutes the shuttle arrives. Call 970/949.1938. Hours: 6 a.m.-2 a.m. daily. Shuttles between Beaver Creek and Arrowhead run from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
Complimentary daily shuttle service from the East and West Day Parking Lots (also free) to the covered bridge in the resort. Hours: 6:30 a.m.-2 a.m., seven days a week.
Two public pay parking lots are located near the covered bridge and Vilar Center for the Arts. o Valet service for guest vehicles is offered for a nominal fee at the base of the mountain near the Beaver Creek Club.
Getting to Beaver Creek
The Avon/Beaver Creek Transit operates a bus every half-hour throughout the day from Beaver Creek to Vail. Cost is $2 one way. Hours: 6 a.m.-2 a.m., seven days a week.
You can get to Beaver Creek from all corners of the globe by flying into Denver International Airport, and then enjoying a gorgeous 110-mile drive through the
glorious Rocky Mountains, or by flying directly into Vail/Eagle County Airport, just 26 miles west of Beaver Creek. Ground transportation is available in both locations.