PLAN YOUR RACE DAY
DECEMBER 2-5, 2021
Don’t miss out on any of the action up at Red Tail Stadium or down in Beaver Creek Village during the Birds of Prey World Cup weekend! Race fans are encouraged to arrive to Red Tail Stadium early to avoid transportation delays.
December 2 | Super G (11:45am)
December 3 | Super G (10:45am)
December 4 | Downhill (11am)
December 5 | Downhill (12:00pm)
Per Vail Resorts policy, face coverings are required in indoor settings, including restaurants, lodging properties (including Park Hyatt Beaver Creek and Ford Hall check-in areas), restrooms, retail and rental locations and on buses. Bring a mask!
- Employees working at Birds of Prey, VIP guests, media, and volunteers will be required to provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19. VIP guests will additionally be required to wear a mask inside the VIP tent except when actively eating or drinking. Children under 12 attending VIP will not be required to show proof of vaccination, but must wear a mask in the VIP area except when actively eating or drinking. (Masks will not be required on the outside deck portion of the VIP area.)
- Grand stand spectators DO NOT need to provide proof of vaccination.
- Beers of Prey ticket-holders will not need to provide proof of vaccination.
- Masks are not required in outdoor spectator areas or in outdoor village locations, but will be required in media and VIP zones unless actively eating or drinking.
Spectator parking is available in the resort parking lots at the base of Beaver Creek – park in the Elk or Bear lots. A flat $10 fee per vehicle will be charged during winter for use of the Elk and Bear lots.
Regularly scheduled free shuttles will bring spectators from the base parking area to the Vilar Performing Arts Center and Birds of Prey Way expo area. Free race shuttles depart from the Covered Bridge in Beaver Creek often throughout race days. . *Masks are required on buses.
Free race shuttles depart from the Covered Bridge in Beaver Creek often throughout race days. From the race-finish drop off area, there is a five-minute on-snow walk to Red Tail Stadium. Please allow one hour of travel time from the base of Beaver Creek Resort to Red Tail Stadium to avoid missing any of the action!
ADA access to the venue is available upon request. Contact Birds of Prey Registration at 970-470-2269.
TRANSPORTATION APP: Village Connect
Village Transportation has been working on significant upgrades to the transportation services provided to the Beaver Creek Ski Resort communities. Not only are they rebuilding the on-demand transportation, formerly “Dial-A-Ride,” services under the new name “Village Connect,” there have also been efforts to elevate the guest experience by providing real-time information on the status of the requested ride via a new mobile device app also named Village Connect.
Additionally, download the app to receive up to date information on timing for all Beaver Creek bus routes, including the shuttle to the race venue, listed under the Express tab in the App.
The Birds of Prey Racecourse has a mid-mountain finish and all race events are free and open to the public. Public concessions and restrooms are available. VIP accommodations may be purchased through a Community Hospitality Package sponsorship (limited availability). Visit bcworldcup.com/plan-your-visit/vip/ for more information.
Media and VIP Packets are available for pick up the week of the event at Event Registration located inside Ford Hall of the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek in Beaver Creek Village.
Monday, NOV 29
Tuesday, NOV 30
Wednesday, DEC 1
Thursday, DEC 2
Friday, DEC 3
Saturday, Dec 4
Sunday, Dec 5
Please make sure to pick up your VIP tickets prior to heading up to Red Tail Stadium. You will not be able to access the VIP Tent without your daily ticket. VIP tickets are available for pick up the week of the event at Event Registration located inside Ford Hall of the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek in Beaver Creek Village.
vIP HOSPITALITY TENT Hours:
Friday, DEC 3
Saturday, Dec 4
Sunday, Dec 5
Ski and snowboard access is not available in or out of the race arena. All spectators should take the transportation from Beaver Creek Village. For spectators who are looking to ski or snowboard, Beaver Creek Resort currently has limited early season terrain. Beginners should only ski from Haymeadow Gondola. Spectators are welcome to hike up the Beaver Lake Trail to Allie’s Way to access the Red Tail Finish Arena.
We do not recommend pets of any kind at Red Tail stadium. Please leave your animal friends at home unless a trained animal’s support is necessary and required due to disability.