Experience the beauty of summer in Beaver Creek with the unique opportunity to stay and play our three golf courses. #1. Earn bragging rights by playing all three of our world-class courses. Tom Fazio designed course at Red Sky Golf Club, Greg Norman designed course at Red Sky Golf Club, and Robert Trent Jones, Jr. designed course at Beaver Creek Golf Club. #2. Save money on lodging and golf rates when purchased together. Choose from three courses and dozens of premium hotels in the Stay & Play package. #3. With stunning views and exciting wildlife around every corner, there are no

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Whether you’re in town to ski, snowboard or take in the scenery, here are a few simple tips to make your stay a truly premium experience – with GMC’s premium Denali lineup. Travel with confidence When planning for a winter trip you want a vehicle that’s versatile enough to handle your gear while also being able to handle the road. That’s why we recommend the GMC Sierra Denali  full-size pickup truck, with innovative cargo and trailering technologies to help you pack it all in, and do so with ease. There’s also the all-new GMC Terrain Denali compact SUV, which features a

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Whether it’s a sunny spring day, or mid-January powder day- what to wear is always tricky in the mountains. The climate in Colorado is ever changing and unpredictable, thus it’s important to have versatile gear that keeps you comfortable in all conditions. We teamed up with our friends over at Helly Hansen and Supergoop to make sure you’re ready for whatever hits you this ski season.  Layers, layers, layers: Since 1877, Helly Hansen has been on the forefront of innovative products. Helly Hansen worked to develop what we know today as the 3-Layer System™. The 3-Layer System™ calls for wearing

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How to thrive in the mountains: Skiing is a physically demanding sport that requires a lot from your mind and body. With a base elevation of 8,100ft (2,469m) and summit elevation of 11,440ft (3,488m), regular skiers can be caught by surprise by the affects of the high elevation here at Beaver Creek. We’ve put together some tips and tricks to ensure an easier transition to Colorado’s high alpine environment. Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate Hydration is the best way to help your body adjust to high altitude. Generally the low humidity at altitude keeps the air dry, so you should drink twice

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