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Beaver Creek
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Beginner 9Advanced 8Freeride 8Terrain Parks 9Family 9Nightlife 7Service--Snow--Value for Money--On Mountain Dining--
4.2
50/60
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5.0
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5.0
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0.0
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0.0
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0.0
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4.5
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0.0
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4.0
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      43 % of Beaver Creek trails are of intermediate level

      A total of 43% of Beaver Creek`s terrain is earmarked intermediate level terrain (blue). However we think it`s a misleading number. Many slopes earmarked intermediate level (blue), especially at the Arrowhead Mountain are little demanding and therefore cater more to beginner skiers than sporty intermediate skiers. Still skilled skiers can discover more than enough in Beaver Creek. Those looking for some challenge should give the intermediate (blue) or difficult terrain (black) between the “Centennial Express Lift” and the “Birds of Prey Express Lift” a try. The “Cinch Express Lift” takes the winter athletes to the start of the legendary “Birds of Prey” race course. However the race course is classified a “Double Diamond Run” and should be conquered by experts only. The Grouse Mountain is home to further beautiful terrain. However make sure you don’t venture into the Double Diamond Runs without wanting to. We recommend intermediate skiers the “Screech Owl” slope (black), the “Camprobber Road” (blue) and the “Raven Ridge” (black).

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      Beginner 9Advanced 8Freeride 8Terrain Parks 9Family 9Nightlife 7Service--Snow--Value for Money--On Mountain Dining--

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      Après Skier (Age: 46-50)
      Skill: Advanced • in Dec 2019
      Travelled as: Alone
      Long challenging steep runs including the Birds of PreyWorld Cup downhill ski course and an effect modern lift system will keep advanced skiers happy.
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