Welcome to one of America’s most lovely mountain towns.
Beaver Creek, Colorado is perhaps best remembered as being one of the showcase locations for the 1976 Winter Olympics, with the area successfully developing facilities just for the event. Nestled within the fabled Rocky Mountains, this is an incredible place to pursue outdoor activities whether its winter or summer – with the spring and fall having plenty to offer as well. All year long, this is one of the most beautiful places in the country.
Officially operating as an unincorporated area, Beaver Creek’s tight-knit population of just over 3,000 is all about maintaining the wonderful nature trails and snow sports infrastructures for visitors to enjoy. Whether indulging in skiing or snowboarding in the surrounding courses when the snow falls or looking for some of the best hiking in North America, visitors will enjoy fresh air, thrills and serenity. Nearby communities to explore for more of this grandeur include Vail, Aspen, Breckenridge and Keystone. Be sure to seek out nearby Rocky Mountain National Park, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forest and White River National Forest as well.