Skiing in Beaver Creek and Vail

With access to both Vail and Beaver Creek mountains, vacationers to Vail, Colorado will be treated to fresh powder on a variety of terrain from beginner runs to backbowls. Vail is the largest ski resort in the United States, so you'll have plenty of room to ski or board around, and lots to explore!

Vail

Vail

Base elevation: 8,120 ft
Summit elevation: 11,570 ft
Terrain: 5,289 skiable acres
Annual Snowfall: 348 inches
Trails: 193
Terrain Type: 18% Beginner, 29% Intermediate, 53% Difficult

Vail is a world famous resort for a reason: with over 5,000 acres of skiable terrain, Vail is consistently ranked as the No. 1 ski resort in North America. Enjoy stunning Rocky Mountain vista views while you stake your claim in Blue Sky Basin, or on one of the many back bowls. Aside from the skiing and boarding, enjoy fine dining, world class shopping, and a variety of additional winter activities to indulge in.
Beaver Creek

Beaver Creek

Base Elevation: 8,100 ft
Summit Elevation: 11,440 ft
Terrain: 1,815 skiable acres
Annual Snowfall: 310 inches
Trails: 149
Terrain Type: 19% Beginner, 43% Intermediate, 38% Difficult

Whether you want to try your hand first time at skiing with our accomplished ski school instructors, or are a seasoned pro, Beaver Creek has something to suit everyone’s skill levels. With a gorgeous setting, Beaver Creek offers fantastic bars for après-ski, as well as excellent dining options when you’ve worked up an appetite from your day in the powder.