Beaver Creek Map

Map of Beaver Creek Village

Getting around Beaver Creek is a breeze, thanks to the plethora of shuttle buses that service the resort’s parking areas and the free, on-demand door-to-door shuttle service they provide. The following tabs cover how to move around the resort and its amenities. Get the Village Connect app for instant updates on the whereabouts of our parking garage shuttles or to schedule a door-to-door shuttle journey. See the Beaver Creek Village Map below to orientate yourself with the resort and the in-town transportation options available during your stay at Beaver Creek.

Beaver Creek Village Map

Shuttles are available on demand from 7 a.m. to 12 a.m. daily and run all across Beaver Creek. If you need a ride within Beaver Creek, use the Village Connect app. From 5:30 AM to 12:00 AM daily, the Beaver Creek Village shuttle runs nonstop between the Bear Lot, the Elk Lot, and the Covered Bridge. Guests can monitor the parking lot shuttle’s arrival status in real-time via the Village Connect app without having to prearrange or reserve a trip.

Getting Around Beaver Creek

There’s so much to do in Beaver Creek besides skiing and snowboarding, but you will need to be able to get around. First, you might want a lift within town if you’re tired from all the activities, or have lots of shopping items or just want to sit down and relax for a few minutes (we all need a break sometimes). You might need to get to the neighboring town of Avon to pick up some groceries or check out some of their fine dining options. For all these logistical endeavors, we have compiled this handy guide of transportation options in Beaver Creek.

We encourage strolling throughout town on foot. Follow the signage we’ve provided to help you get around. In Beaver Creek, the public has unrestricted access to all transportation services at no cost. Beaver Creek’s transportation system ensures that your time at the resort, whether for business or pleasure, is as pleasant and hassle-free as possible.

We have three shuttles within the town, one that specifically transports skiers to Beaver Creek Mountain and another that runs between the Town of Avon and the Beaver Creek Resort in the evenings to transport diners. Connecting bus routes to Vail, Edwards, Minturn, Eagle, Gypsum, and Leadville all originate from the Avon Bus Station.

To learn more about visiting Beaver Creek, Colorado, and all the fun activities at this incredible resort any time of year, please check out our full guide to Visiting Beaver Creek!

What are the top attractions or activities to do in Beaver Creek?

When visiting Beaver Creek, there are a variety of activities to choose from. You can hit the slopes and enjoy skiing or snowboarding in the winter, or go hiking and mountain biking in the summer. Additionally, don’t miss out on the local art galleries and fine dining options.

Is the History of Beaver Creek Reflected on the Beaver Creek Map?

Yes, the history of Beaver Creek is indeed reflected on the Beaver Creek map. The Beaver Creek map highlights significant historical landmarks, events, and developments that have shaped the area. By examining the Beaver Creek map, one can gain a comprehensive understanding of the beaver creek history overview.

Beaver Creek Bus System

This is a free-to-use bus system that operates in Beaver Creek for the convenience of all the guests. There are several fixed routes, and the shuttle service runs throughout the day and late into the evening during the busy months, with a reduced schedule off-season. The great thing about this service is that even if you are located far away from one of the stops, the shuttle driver will be able to pick you up and drop you off as long as you give them at least an hour’s notice ahead of time. Simply contact the Beaver Creek Village transportation hotline at (970) 949 -1938