Revel in your favorite outdoor activities in the midst of Beaver Creek’s fall foliage, all while enjoying world-class live music at Beaver Creek’s inaugural Hike to the Mic, September 15 – 17, 2017. From hiking and biking, to 4×4 Adventure Tours and yoga, you’ll earn your right to indulge in a weekend full of art, music and food.

Complimentary fitness classes will be offered 9-11 a.m. in the center of Beaver Creek, presented by Supergoop!

Outdoor yoga will be offered in the center of Beaver Creek Village. Photo by John-Ryan Lockman.

Free outdoor fitness classes

Find your balance on Saturday and Sunday from 9-11:30 a.m. at the center of Beaver Creek Village with complimentary fitness classes from local favorites Revolution Power Yoga and Pure Barre, presented by Supergoop!.  Visit our schedule to find out all of the details.

Saturday mountain-top concert

It’s a choose-your-own-adventure style climb up the mountain, with incredible views and the headlining Elvis Costello with Elephant Revival concert awaiting you at the top!

The venue opens at 12 and music starts at 1, now you just have to decide how to get there:

Choose your path to the Hike to the Mic venue at Spruce Saddle

1. By Foot

Experience 11 custom-created art installations designed especially for Hike to the Mic as you journey up Overlook Trail. This trail is appropriate for more experienced hikers, please allow three hours. For beginners, head to Cinch Trail.

Take your experience to a whole new level with a guided hike from the Beaver Creek Hiking Center – price is $50 per person. Learn about the Rocky Mountain environment, mountain history, and ecology as well as get the opportunity to meet the artists whose work will be installed during the event weekend. Guided hikes will end at the concert venue. To book, choose the ticket option you prefer and at the bottom of the Eventbrite page, select to add on the “Guided Mountain and Art Hike”.

If you are new to hiking, consider taking the Centennial Gondola for your best possible concert experience.

2. By Bike

We recommend climbing up the intermediate Cinch Trail. Please allow yourself three hours to complete. There may be a few hikers on the way up, but expect more hiker traffic on the ride down due to this being the recommended way for hikers to exit the concert venue. Advanced riders can make the climb a challenge by going up Corkscrew, which is typically a downhill trail. Note that there are no bike hauls or downloads on the day of the concert, September 16.

3. By 4×4 Tour

Enjoy a scenic 4×4 tours as you make your way up the mountain – price is $65 per person. A guide will reveal interesting details about the area history and ecology, all while making exploring Beaver Creek’s mountainous terrain easy and exciting for all ages. To book, choose the concert ticket option you prefer and at the bottom of the Eventbrite ticketing page, select to add on the “4×4 Adventure Tour”.

4. By Gondola

Your concert ticket comes with access to Centennial Gondola, the easiest and fastest route to the venue. Please note that no bike hauls will be allowed on the day of the concert, September 16.

When the concert wraps up at 5pm, join the Beaver Creek Hiking Center for a complimentary hike down Cinch to the afterparty in Beaver Creek Village. You may also download the gondola, but just be prepared for a bit of a wait – you can always pass the time with refreshments and lawn games at Spruce Saddle.

Fall biking beaver creek hike to the mic


For more on Beaver Creek’s many summer activities for all ages, check out the Summer Adventure Center.

 

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