Beaver Creek’s array of summer activities and events provides fun for all ages and all ability levels, on and off the mountain. With 50 miles of mountain bike and 62 miles of hiking trails, 4x4 tours, horseback riding, rock climbing, swimming, whitewater rafting, kayaking, fly-fishing, golfing, tennis, famous rodeos, live music, fine dining, culinary and wine festivals, summer in the Rocky Mountains is as restorative as it is invigorating.
The Kids’ Action Pass offers a variety of close-by recreation on Beaver Creek’s expansive lawn – such as the Bungee Trampoline, Ropes Course, Gem Panning, Climbing Wall, and Miniature Golf.
Hiking Beaver Creek is an adventure of the senses, and professional guides offer guests an insider’s tour of unrivaled scenery - from Lift & Lunch packages and serene nature tours to decadent wine and cheese excursions.
From lift-served beginner rides and cruises through enchanting neighborhoods to thrilling cross country adventures and expert descents, guests of all ability levels are invited to access to 50 miles of mountain biking at Beaver Creek. The ease and convenience of the Summer Adventure Center offers bike and helmet rental equipment, guides, lift ticket sales and more.
Scenic Chairlift Ride
No visit to Beaver Creek is complete without a mountaintop glimpse of the surrounding peaks. Beaver Creek’s Chairlift Ride & Lunch package invites guests to ascend the state-of-the-art Centennial Express Gondola to Spruce Saddle Lodge, which presides over Beaver Creek to offer guests its perennial view of the Gore Mountain Range. Starting JUne 17 Centennial Express will be open daily ntil September 4th. September 9 to 24th the lift will run only during the weekends.
Summer Day Camps
Beaver Creek Kids’ Day Camp offers kids ages 5 to 12 a full day of fun in the mountains with outdoor adventures designed specifically to explore, educate and entertain campers all summer long. Activities include face painting, pony rides, panning for gold, martial arts, canoeing, archery, kayaking, swimming and hiking. The Five Star program features rafting, jeep tours, alpine slide, rock climbing, horseback riding and swimming.
Beaver Creek Outdoor Yoga Series
The unmatched scenic backdrop of Beaver Creek Mountain offers the ultimate setting for finding balance and meditative rejuvenation. Classes are held each Wednesday, June 28 through August 9, from 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. in Centennial Park, at the base of the Buckaroo Gondola and are complimentary and for all levels. Mats are provided on a first-come, first-serve basis; bringing your own mat, water bottle and sunscreen is encouraged. If in the case of inclement weather, the class will be held inside (location TBA).
Concerts by the Creek
Nothing says Colorado in the summertime more than lush green grass, mountain air and free live music with a Rocky Mountain backdrop. Join us on Wednesdays from June 28th- August 9th for a complimentary music experience perfect for all ages. Taking place at Creekside Park, Concerts by the Creek is nestled in the heart of Beaver Creek, steps away from the village core, featuring a variety of genres: soul, indie, folk, and more. Bring the whole family, a blanket and your dancing shoes! Food and drinks available for purchase. Gates open at 5:00 p.m. and the show starts at 6:00 p.m., rain or shine.
“Friday Afternoon Club” – an Eagle County tradition - comes to Beaver Creek Village this summer. Every Friday, from June 23rd – August 25th, bring the whole family out to the Beaver Creek plaza for live music, shopping, games and more. Try a bite from one of the local restaurants, or purchase a beverage and soak up the summer sun at the seasonal Plaza Pavilion, located at the west end of the ice rink.
Stop by the Plaza Pavilion in the Beaver Creek Village on Saturday afternoons throughout the summer to mix and mingle with the behind the scenes people who give Beaver Creek its world-renowned culinary reputation – Beaver Creek chefs, sommeliers and beyond. Each session is unique – from cooking demonstrations and wine pairings to discussions on the history of a storied Beaver Creek gourmet outlet – and each session offers the chance to try a free sampling of the restaurants’ tasty creations.