Austin Skiers

Beaver Creek, CO
  January 9 - 16, 2021

Premier Resort (Not exactly roughing it) - "the epitome of luxury skiing"

Check out this VIDEO of Beaver Creek!

The Skiing: 

Defined by lavish amenities, impeccable service and slopes worthy of World Cup racing. Beaver Creek Resorts pampers discerning travelers seeking an alpine experience in a luxury resort setting. Firstly you don’t have to do much traipsing about in your ski boots because there are escalators that travel to the slopes from the plaza and bus area. Slopeside ski valets store your gear and warm your boots, and the guest service staff anticipate your every need. The white glove service also extends to extras such as handing out free cookies in the afternoon. At BC, all guests are treated like royalty. Check out this First Tracks Video!

The youngest major ski area in the United.States, Beaver Creek (base at 8,100') debuted in 1980 and has grown steadily in size and esteem. They receive an average of 310"/year and have snow-making capabilities covering 39% of the terrain.
The Beaver Creek ski terrain is below the treeline and spread across three mountains. Beaver Creek has two gondolas. One is just a short access gondola from the Riverfront Village and the other is also short and accesses the tubing area and one of the ski school learning areas. The majority of the terrain is serviced by 11 high speed quad chairs, which are very impressive. The resort now spans 1,815 acres across three base areas, creating a European-inspired village-to-village ski experience with diverse terrain, impeccable grooming that goes on 24/7 and world-class amenities and cuisine. They have 24 lifts servicing 150 trails.

It has a plethora of wide-groomed trails - well-suited for the beginner (38%) to intermediate (30% of terrain) or if you just want to cruise.
Beaver Creek has two gondolas. One is just a short access gondola from the Riverfront Village and the other is also short and accesses the tubing area and one of the ski school learning areas. The majority of the terrain is serviced by 11 high speed quad chairs, which are very impressive. It has a number of steep terrains (Birds of Prey, the men’s 2018 World Cup downhill), bumps (anything on Grouse Mountain), and extreme terrain (Stone Creek Chutes) for the more advanced (32%) skier. Watch this awesome GoPro view of Birds of Prey! It also has 3 terrain parks and a half-pipe.

Beaver Creek has always been a great place to learn to ski, it gets even better with the debut of Haymeadow Park, complete with its own gondola and lift (beginner friendly), gentle terrain designed for newbies, and an Ice Cream Parlor inside “The Ranch” restaurant. (This is in addition to Red Buffalo Park, the resort’s mountaintop beginner area, which offers the ultimate on-mountain skiing experience for beginner and intermediate skiers, families and ski school guests.)

Recognized for Excellence

"SKI" Magazine ranks Beaver Creek among the top 10 ski resorts in the United.States. In 2019 it gained the magazines one of the "Best Resorts in the West." The National Ski Area Association has recognized the resort with the Best Overall Customer Service Program award for three consecutive years. Loyal destination travelers value the seamless family vacation experience found within Beaver Creek's intimate community.

The Villages:
Beaver Creek Resort offers a "village to village" ski experience, with three distinct villages, and two towns at it's base.  Beaver Creek Village is the heart of the resort with many quaint shops, art galleries, bars and restaurants, all linked by heated walkways and escalators. You can make dinner reservation at the Black Diamond via Open Table. Or you can hop over to Bachelor Gulch and enjoy fine dining at the Ritz Carlton.

We’ll be staying at "The Charter" in 2BR/2BA condos offering an elegant ski-in/ski-out access to the Elkhorn Chair Lift via Ski Way and within walking distance to the center of Beaver Creek Village.

This is European-styled property owned by Wyndham and considered one of Colorado’s best lodging options. The Charter’s first-class hotel services include a 24-hour front desk, concierge, bell staff, and full meeting and catering services.

The Charter offers on-site amenities such as an indoor 20 meter lap pool, indoor/outdoor hot tubs, steam rooms and saunas plus fully-equipped locker rooms as well as a game room and health club. The health club is complimentary and comes complete with 4 stationary bikes, 2 treadmills, 1 elliptical machine, 4 weight benches and a variety of free weights. A computer center with complimentary printing is available for guest use, and wireless Internet access is complimentary throughout the property.

Two on-site restaurants are available at the Charter. The Terrace Restaurant offers a daily breakfast menu, and Black Diamond Bistro serves dinner nightly. Spa Anjali Beaver Creek is a full-service spa located on site, and bike, ski and snowboard rentals are available on property at Charter Sports. Check out their Property Map, Skiway Map and Terrace Food & Drink Menu.

You will have a morning flight from Austin and then a charter bus will take us from Denver, arriving at our condos by about 5:00pm. There will be a grocery/liquor stop enroute. A free shuttle service provides transportation between the villages and towns while in Beaver Creek.

*Airline Schedule: United Airlines (subject to change) 

09Jan21 - UA 456 - AUS 11:25AM  - DEN 12:45PM
16Jan21 -  UA2377- DEN 1:30PM  - AUS 4:34PM 

 * Please check UA website regarding travel requirements of passengers while inside the 360 airports it services & during flight.

You must be a current Austin Skiers member to join a trip.

NOTE: Prices and air subject to change

Trip Chair: Mohamed Kerr

Full Trip Price: $1,324.00
(includes air, lodging and ground transportation)

Single Supplement: $765.00
 (additional cost)  


Ground Only price: $944.00

(lodging only)

Ground transfers from/to airport $86/pp round trip 

(additional cost for Ground only participants)

Group Lift Tickets:
(Also valid at Vail, Breckenridge and Keystone)

ADULT (18-64)

3 days = $342
4 days = $419
5 days = $487
6 days = $545

SENIOR (65+)
3 days = $319
4 days = $388
5 days = $448
6 days = $499

EPIC Pass incentive programs: Members receive credit of up to $60 per pass purchase. Comp season pass start at 25 pass sales per club. Check website for the link.

Mountain Stats
Summit Elevation: 8,100'
Vertical Drop: 3,340'
Skiable Acres: 1,832
No. of Trails: 150
Beginner: 38%
Advanced: 24%
Expert: 8%

FULL PAYMENT IS DUE: November 5th, 2020

* If you choose to pay the balance of your trip via credit card tell your trip chair so that an invoice can be generated via PayPal. (The merchant fee will be approximately 3% and is NON-REFUNDABLE.) 

* Many credit cards provide free trip insurance with payment of a trip.  This could save you 6-8% on your trip. Check with your credit card provider regarding the scope of coverage. 


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