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5 things to do in Beaver Creek during Xfinity Birds of Prey weekend

Cookie Time, on-mountain cabin dining & more available at Beaver Creek

Looking for things to do in Beaver Creek when not at the Xfinity Birds of Prey races and festivities? Here’s 5 things to do in Beaver Creek during Xfinity Birds of Prey weekend!

1. Cookie Time
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Beaver Creek’s beloved Cookie Time is BACK for the winter 2021-22 season! Freshly baked, warm and gooey cookies will meet skiers, snowboarders and village visitors every afternoon at 3 p.m. at the bottom of Haymeadow and Centennial Express Lifts. Delectable, melt-in-your-mouth cookies have been a Beaver Creek staple for many years, with more than 500,000 cookies baked each season. What’s not to love?

2. Cabin Dining

Beaver Creek cabin dining is committed to providing a world-class experience and serving gourmet fare while surrounded by mountain splendor. Dinner at our three fine dining cabins, Beano’s, Zach’s and Allie’s, is accessible by Beaver Creek Snow Cat-pulled sleigh, an experience to surprise and delight guests under moonlit and star-dotted skies. Beano’s Cabin will continue to elevate fine dining into a feast for the senses, awakening the appetite with a gourmet menu paired with a breathtaking wine list. Allie’s and Zach’s have been reimagined this winter season, launching new menu concepts to satiate foodies and families alike.

3. Beaver Creek Wonder

New during the 2020-21 season, Beaver Creek Wonder is an artistic playground of photo-friendly, oversize sculptures providing unique experiences scattered throughout Beaver Creek. Beaver Creek Resort has revitalized Beaver Creek Village in effort to transform the guest experience, from the moment guests arrive. Following numerous enhancements over the course of the past three summers, Beaver Creek’s new art installations will bring to life a sense of adventure and discovery in the heart of the village. Upon arrival, families will be filled with excitement, awe, wonder and nostalgia as they embark on a unique journey through larger-than-life art. Each element is designed to draw families in, and provide a photo-worthy backdrop worth capturing and sharing, featuring towering Frost Flowers to ice bikes, a giant snow globe and more.

4. Signature Parks Collection

Beaver Creek is home to the most dedicated learning terrain in Colorado. With the founding of Beaver Creek’s Signature Parks Collection, beginner and intermediate skiers have more terrain built for their skill level than ever before. These dedicated learning areas provide beginner terrain that mimics the setting of advanced trails, granting guests of all ski levels a chance to explore more of the mountain on terrain they are comfortable skiing and snowboarding. The Signature Parks Collection is specifically designed for beginner through intermediate skier and riders to inspire confidence, progressively improve skills, and evoke a sense of wonder and accomplishment. Offering an extraordinary ski experience for beginner and intermediate skiers, this terrain allows guests to discover the amazing treasures Beaver Creek Mountain has to offer, such as mountain-top vistas, groomed glades, adventure zones and access to world-class dining.

5. Beaver Creek Ski and Snowboard School

Have the races got you looking to sharpen your skills? Beaver Creek’s renowned Ski and Snowboard School is the ultimate place to learn.  Whether igniting a child’s passion for the mountain or unlocking more of the mountain with new techniques, Beaver Creek has world-class instructors to teach all abilities. Beaver Creek Children’s Ski and Snowboard School instructors know how to connect and ignite a child’s love for the mountain experience.  If you are an adult looking for steeps and trees – our adult instructors know how to accelerate you to the next level.

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