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AboutMcCoy Park is a 32-kilometer playgrond for classic and skate skiers, and snowshoe enthusiasts. A warren of groomed and rustic trails crossing pine forests, aspen groves and open glades. Nesteled between Beaver Creek and Bachelor Gulch, it has fabulous views of three mountain ranges.
The Nordic Sports Center offers a complete rental shop and is an official center for Fisher cross-country skis, Atlas snowshoes and The Tele Tech Center. From the Nordic Sports Center, guests are encouraged to explore McCoy Park at the top of the Strawberry Park Express lift. McCoy Park is a 32-kilometer playgrond for classic and skate skiers, and snowshoe enthusiasts. A warren of groomed and rustic trails crossing pine forests, aspen groves and open glades. Nesteled between Beaver Creek and Bachelor Gulch, it has fabulous views of three mountain ranges.
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Trail FeesPrices last updated 10/15/2008.
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Nordic Cross Over Ticket:
Use one days of your multi-day pass for a half-day cross country/snowshoeing lesson or tour, including equipment rental. Additional charges may apply to discounted tickets including but not limited to the Perfect 10 pass, Colorado pass, and group tickets. .
Ski LessonsAll day Telemark Workshops- for all ability levels Presented by the Beaver Creek Ski School from 9:00am to 3:00pm. Discounted equipment is available to workshop participants. $140 includes lift pass, $79 lesson only. Please call for kids and other workshop information.
Ski Racing ProgramsRace World (Under the Centennial Express Chair Lift) offers Nastar racing daily from 11.00am until 3.30pm. The course is a giant slalom format - the national handicap system is applied and each racer receives a medal. Coaching Clinics and Private Races are available. Pay to Race is also available daily from 10.00am until 3.30pm. Just $1.00 to race - choose from a slalom or giant slalom format. All runs are timed. .
DiningNo visit to Beaver Creek is complete without experiencing fine dining at Beano's Cabin or one of our other on mountain restaurants. Enjoy a snowcat-drawn sleigh ride under the winter sky up to Beano's followed by an exceptional five course meal. Additionally, Beaver Creek Village is the home of dozens of delicious eateries. Whether you are in the mood for tender Colorado rack of lamb, or only have time for a quick slice of pizza, you will find it all in the village.
Bars and NightlifeEnjoy great apres ski specials at the Coyote Cafe (local's favorite) or The Dusty Boot Saloon! Apres ski cocktail hot spots include the Beaver Creek Chophouse, Rocks Modern Grill and the Antler Bar at the Park Hyatt Resort & Spa. Watch for live music performances at each of these establishments during the season.
Lodging, Hotels, and CondosHotel rooms, condominiums and suites are all located close to Beaver Creek's slopes and village. In fact, 75% of all lodging in Beaver Creek is ski-in/ski-out.
Other Recreation NearbyAlongside incredible skiing at Beaver Creek, both the resort and the broader Vail Valley offers other winter activities such as dog sledding, cross country skiing, snowshoe adventures, and ice skating. Additionally, the Vilar Center for the Performing Arts hosts musical ensembles, guest speakers, and live performance all season long.
Directions to Beaver CreekLocated at:
PO Box 7
Vail, CO 81658