Beaver Creek Village. Photo: Austin Day.
It’s here! The first snowfall of autumn at Beaver Creek. Areas 9,000 feet and up got a nice dusting September 23-24, which has many people getting excited for the winter season. So what do you think? Is this a sign of a great winter to come?
Oh, and just in case you haven’t yet, be sure to get your Epic Pass!Snow and fall leaves collide. Photo by Patroller Brendan Mccue.
The Centennial webcam Saturday morning.
From the weekend’s kickoff event – Whiskey Wranglers at the Beaver Creek Rodeo – to wine seminars and exclusive 4×4 Jeep Tours paired with on-mountain tastings, the Beaver Creek Wine & Spirits Festival promises culinary delights and unique libations for a variety of palates.
The early season snowstorms keep rolling into Beaver Creek! After a spell of beautiful, warm and dry fall weather this last week, two snowstorms rolled in over the last few days with last night’s snowfall bringing the lowest altitude accumulations so far this season. Locals woke up to over an inch of snow on their cars from Eagle Vail to Edwards, with even more snow at higher altitudes.