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Texas Ski Council Winter Shootout Ski Week
Beaver Creek, CO • Feb 10 - 17, 2018

This Trip is NOT sold out. Two spots available.
Please contact the Trip Leader
for additional information

$1060 Ground Only, Does NOT include air or Lift Ticket

per person double occupancy. Single supplement additional
5-day Lift Ticket - $525 (N/A if you have the EpicPass)
Air is available for $292. as of 1/24/18. 
Staying at The Charters, Luxury Ski in Ski Out Accommodations
If you are purchasing your own air, we recommend that you arrive at Denver 
No Later Than 8:00 AM Saturday morning, Feb 10, 2018,
so you can travel to Beaver Creek on the
9:00am Los Amigos bus.

Trip Leader: David DeWall • 210-859-4444

Luxury Skiing at it's Best.


Welcome to the land of heated sidewalks, escalators in place of stairs, elegant restaurants, fabulous skiing, shops and spas. Welcome to Beaver Creek, “Not Exactly Roughing It”. Beaver Creek’s legendary service extends to serving freshly-baked cookies daily at the base. Fine dining options abound here. Non-skiers will enjoy world-class shopping, art galleries, ice skating and day spas.

The Mountain: Beaver Creek is one of the rare mountains where novices and intermediates alike head straight to the mountaintop for 360-degree views while skiing on a network of green (19%) and blue (42%) trails. Beaver Creek is a great destination for skiers and snowboarders of all ability levels and is home to the 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championship.

With 1,832 skiable acres and a 3,340 foot vertical rise, it’s no wonder the skiing elite flock to Beaver Creek each winter. The resort has 25 lifts and 150 different trails to make every trip down the mountain an adventure. But what really sets BC apart is the amount of fresh powder you can find in ski stashes all over the resort. Forego the crowds and the bustle that sometimes ruin the skiing.  

Arrowhead Village and Bachelor Gulch have great beginner and intermediate terrain. Centennial is a perfect cruiser, steep enough for advanced skiers to let it out at speed, but wide enough for intermediates to make lots of turns.

For Advanced skiers (22% of the runs) and Experts (17% of the runs) there's lots of great terrain. The trees between most runs at Beaver Creek are tight, so make sure your skills are advanced enough before steering off a run. Midseason when the snow is good, intermediates can try Yonder Trees, Coyote Glade or Vitro's.  If chutes are your game, the Upper and Lower Stone Creek Chutes are steep, narrow and the snow is often deep. Cliff bands mixed with glades give skiers shots from 400 to 600 vertical feet, with pitches up to 45 degrees. 

GET READY FOR GREAT ACCOMMODATIONS! Situated in the heart of the Beaver Creek Ski Resort, The Charter offers ski-in/ski-out access within walking distance of Beaver Creek Village. Recognized by Condé Nast as one of the "Top 50 Ski Hotels in the US and Canada" for 2010, this European-inspired property is considered one of Colorado’s best lodging options. The Charter at Beaver Creek invites guests to experience the finest in mountain hospitality and luxury.

The Charter’s first-class hotel services include a 24-hour front desk, concierge, bell staff, and full meeting and catering services. Accommodations at The Charter include luxury hotel rooms and individually owned 1- to 5-bedroom condominiums.
The Charter offers on-site amenities such as an indoor lap pool and hot tubs, as well as a game room, health club and summer-season outdoor pool. A computer center with complimentary printing is available for guest use, and wireless Internet access is complimentary throughout the property.

Two on-site restaurants are available at the Charter. The Terrace Restaurant offers a daily breakfast menu, and Black Diamond Bistro serves dinner nightly. Spa Struck is a full-service spa located on site, and bike, ski and snowboard rentals are available on property at Charter Sports. Enjoy the convenience of being a short walk from the village shops and restaurants.

Beaver Creek Village:

The heart of the resort, Beaver Creek Village is full of quaint shops, art galleries, bars and restaurants, all conveniently linked by heated walkways and escalators. Enjoy an afternoon at one of the resorts three world-class day spas. Dining at Beaver Creek is first-rate, from five-star to casual.
Trip Advisor lists over 70 dining choices at Beaver Creek.

Travel: If you are booking your own air, please arrive at Denver International Airport arriving NO LATER THAN 8:00 AM on Saturday Feb. 10. We will return to DIA on Saturday Feb. 17 by 9:00 AM. From the airport, we’ll travel by luxury bus to Beaver Creek. Of course, we’ll make a stop at Apple Jack’s and the super market before heading to the resort.  If you choose to purchase the airfare through Los Amigos, you can skip this part.
The Vibe: A great trip for skiers and non-skiers alike in a swanky winter wonderland.

* Price of $1060. Ground is per person, double occupancy. Single supplements extra. Does not include airfare, lift tickets, or ski rentals. Meals included are welcome reception, mid-week party, and TSC farewell banquet.

 Beaver Creek Stats:


11,439 ft.


8,100 ft.

Vertical Drop:


Skiable Acres:


Beginner Runs:








Terrain Parks:


Longest Run:

2 Miles

Snow Base 5yr avg. mid Feb.