Beaver Creek CO Trail Map
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Beaver Creek Trail Map
Beaver Creek, located in the White River National Forest, has 1,815 skiable acres. The summit is 11,440 feet, with 3,340 vertical elevation. Beaver Creek offers a large number of runs at the top of the mountain for beginner and intermediate skiers, giving beginners the ability to enjoy the full landscape of the mountain. We have the Trail Map that will make you long to be on the slopes. There are even beginner tree runs so new skiers can see what it feels like to ski through the aspens.
Even with more than half of the 150 trails being beginner or intermediate runs, experts can still find challenging runs on the east side of the mountain in the Stone Creek Chutes. Exciting runs with good terrain can be accessed by the Grouse Mountain and Birds of Prey lifts. The Birds of Prey run, a World Cup ski trail and regular stop on the men?s World Cup tour. Beaver Creek has hosted the World Championship 3 times, most recently in 2015.
Made with love from our studio in Westbrook, Maine.
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- Handmade and laser engraved
- Available in Sizes: 18x24
- Available Colors: Black
- Materials: birch panel and latex paint
- Wall mounting hardware included
- Made to Order
- Made in Maine USA
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