Area Attractions

Welcome to a place where rare and unexpected pleasures seamlessly blend with every day and you are encouraged to embrace each passing moment. You will find many exciting things to do in Beaver Creek all year round. In the summer, hike the majestic Colorado Rockies by morning and toast marshmallows in the warm glow of our fire pits under night skies. During the winter, step outside directly onto the lifts for a world-famous Beaver Creek ski escape or snowshoe adventure. If you’re looking for activities at the resort, Park Hyatt has everything you need for an unforgettable vacation getaway - from swimming in our heated outdoor pool or to pampering treatments at Allegria Spa.





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Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa

136 East Thomas Place
Beaver Creek, Colorado, United States of America, 81620-1595



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Villar Performing Arts Center

This intimate 530-seat theatre offers classical music and dance performances, comedy shows, musicals, family entertainment, and concerts by top acts in every genre, like Pat Benatar and Montgomery Gentry.

Betty Ford Alpine Gardens

Explore the world’s highest botanical gardens! This unique horticultural exhibit includes perennials, rock gardens, and waterfalls, all indigenous to the high elevation of Beaver Creek. Betty Ford Alpine Gardens also offers classes for children and adults, nature tours, and mountain hikes.

Adventure Ridge on Vail Mountain

Ride the Eagle Bahn Gondola to the top of Adventure Ridge and enjoy stunning views and kids’ activities, including ice skating, tubing, ski biking, snowshoe tours, thrill sledding, indoor laser tag, and snowmobile tours with a snowmobile track designed for children.

Glenwood Springs Hot Springs

Open since 1888, the hot springs draw visitors from all over the world. Whether you’re looking for healing waters, or just a fun family experience, take a dip in these pools that run between 102 and 104 degrees Fahrenheit.

Winter Mountain Activities

Skiing and Snowboarding

Experience the thrill of world-class skiing and snowboarding in extraordinary settings. Stunning vistas and perfectly maintained trails offer a Rocky Mountain experience to amaze everyone, from beginners to the most advanced.

Ice Climbing or Rock Climbing

Apex Adventure Guides and Vail Rock and Ice Guides offer year-round adventures and instruction, from climbing basics to advanced courses in alpine climbing. All technical climbing equipment is provided. Children must be 13 or older to participate.

Ski Biking

Also known as ski bobbing or snow biking, this challenging sport combines skiing with biking. If you are looking for a new adventure, sign up for the nighttime guided tours down Vail Mountain. We recommend that you are at least an intermediate-level skier.

Snowcat Tours

Travel comfortably in an enclosed, heated two-track vehicle that maneuvers over the snow. Enjoy the beauty of the backcountry with majestic views of Colorado’s highest peaks and the Continental Divide. Snowcat tours are wonderful for families of all ages!

Summer Mountain Activities


Soak up spectacular panoramic views while zipping at 30 miles per hour through our pristine mountains, beautiful trees, and raging rivers. You'll be soaring like an eagle, 100 to 200 feet above the canyon floors, through the Rocky Mountains.

Rock Climbing and Mountaineering

Surrounded by rugged peaks and rock outcroppings, Vail Valley offers outstanding rock climbing and mountaineering experiences. You’ll find multiple top-rope and multi-pitch routes throughout the beautiful valley. Check out the 25-foot climbing wall at the base of Beaver Creek Mountain with several routes to the top.

Rocky Mountain Hiking

Whether you want to challenge one of Colorado's 14,000 foot peaks or enjoy a leisurely nature hike along a clear mountain stream, Beaver Creek Mountain offers hiking experiences for every skill level. Strike out on your own, or stop by the Beaver Creek Hiking Center for a guided tour.

Jeep and Hummer Tours

Discover the beauty and splendor of the White River National Forest on four wheels. Enjoy Jeep and Hummer tours on the rugged, all-terrain trail that takes you to elevations as high as 12,500 feet. Along the way you will experience four different mountain ranges, the historic Camp Hale area, and the Continental Divide.

Other Summer Activities


Reserve a net, grab a ball, and head to the courts for a fun- and sun-filled day. Choose from a grass court behind the outdoor pool or a sand court on the back lawn.


The laid-back sport of badminton is one of our most popular summer lawn games, and a great way to spend an afternoon with the family. Challenge the little ones to a game or go head-to-head while taking in the scenic views that surround the resort.

Whitewater Rafting and Kayaking

Enjoy the thrill of whitewater rafting and kayaking on beautiful rivers near Beaver Creek and Vail, including the Colorado River and Eagle River.

River Tubing

Experience the laid-back summer fun of river tubing in Vail, Colorado. Float down Gore Creek through the heart of Vail Village and enjoy the breathtaking scenery. For whitewater tubing, you can also float down serene sections of the scenic Colorado River.

Other Winter Activities

Dog Sledding

Magnificent huskies will mush through the backcountry scenery on a two-person sled. Dogsled tours are available in the morning and afternoon on a private ranch in the Wolcott area west of Beaver Creek. Each tour lasts approximately two hours and is about seven miles long. Your tour also includes homemade snacks and a hot beverage.

Sleigh Rides

Take an evening ride through the pristine, snow-covered Rocky Mountains on a horse-drawn sleigh, located approximately 15 minutes west of Beaver Creek. After your 20-minute sleigh ride, dine in a historic log cabin.


Venture out on half-day or full-day guided tours of groomed trails in the White River National Forest. Start out at 8,000 feet and climb to 10,500 feet for amazing views.

Nordic Skiing

The Beaver Creek Nordic Center offers cross-country, telemark, and snowshoeing. Go it alone or join a half-day track tour, a full-day nature tour, or a next-step skill tour. This world-renowned Nordic park offers open access, trails for various levels of ability, and amazing views.