If you’re lucky, you’ll see some of the native animals out on the trails. Most common are little critters like marmots, chipmunks and the occasional red tail hawk or bald eagle. But you might come across an elk, moose or bear along the way. If you do, keep your distance (a minimum of 75 feet), don’t make any sudden movements, stay calm and slowly back away. Also, please don’t feed wild animals, although taking their picture (from a safe distance) is fine.
Be aware that trails and roads on Beaver Creek Mountain are used for many purposes during the summer. Mountain bikes, hikers, motorized vehicles, construction equipment and others may be encountered at any time.
Under Colorado law, you cannot board a lift unless you have sufficient physical dexterity, ability and knowledge to negotiate or to use such lift safely or until you have asked for and received information sufficient to enable you to use the lift safely. You may not use a lift when under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Please lower the bar when riding lifts.
Dogs are permitted on open, summer trails at Beaver Creek and must be leashed at all times. During summer festivals, leashed dogs are permitted in designated dog-friendly areas including Creekside Park, on-mountain hiking trails and Beaver Creek access road pathway.