Beaver Creek Ski Pass Military Discount

Beaver Creek Military Discount on Lift Tickets

Beaver Creek is a ski resort in the western US, near Avon, CO. The resort is 1,815 acres. Beaver Creek is one of the 37 resorts you have access to with the Military Epic Pass with Vail Resorts. 

Beaver Creek has 150 trails and 23 lifts. The resort has three villages, the main Beaver Creek Village, Bachelor Gulch, and Arrowhead. 

Beaver Creek Location

Near Avon, CO and the Holy Cross Wilderness in the White River National Forest. 

History of Beaver Creek

Beaver Creek was envisioned in the 1950s by Earl Eaton, but it wasn’t until Vail Associates, which became Vail Resorts, was purchased by Harry W. Bass Jr. and he developed Beaver Creek. The first ski slope and hotel opened for the 1980-1981 ski season with six chairlifts. 

Beaver Creek also hosted the World Ski Championships in 1989, 1999, and 2015. In 1993, the resort purchased Arrowhead Mountain and the two were connected in 1997. 

Other Military Related Discounts

In addition to being able to use the Military Epic Pass at Beaver Creek, they also have a military discount for active duty and retired military members. You would need to call for the discount and verify in person. These tickets are subject to availability. They will also do ticket adjustments if you bought at full price. 

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