Beaver Creek Resort
The course at Beaver Creek Resort plays from the top of the Centennial Express Lift at the Spruce Saddle Lodge and Restaurant (maps available). The layout features significant elevation changes and rugged mountain terrain as well as great panoramic views.
Daily lift service to the course begins late spring/early summer annually and traditionally ends in September. Weekend only service available after peak season. Please see www.beavercreek.com for details on lift ticket pricing and hours of operation.
Parking, with shuttle service to the base area, is available in the lower lots (Bear & Elk) just off of Highway 6. There are also lots located nearer to the base area (Ford Hall & Villa Montane), however these fill quickly and may not be accessible later in the day. All summer parking is free of charge.
NOTE: Be prepared for changing mountain weather. A rain jacket and sturdy shoes are recommended as well as plenty of drinking water. Lifts will stop running for at least 30 minutes if lightning is detected in the area.
Multiple Tees / Pins:
No / No
Rounds Recorded / Average Score:
35 / 59
24 / 60
Not cart friendly
Pay to play
I-70 west approximately 1.5 hours from Denver.
Take exit 167 "Avon/Beaver Creek Ski Resort" and head south on Avon Rd.
Shuttle parking available in the Elk Lot at main entrance to Beaver Creek (Hwy 6) and in Bear Lot ~1 mile west down Hwy 6.
Take shuttle bus (green bus, comes every 10 minutes) up to Beaver Creek Village. Walk under covered bridge, take escalators up to base of mountain and Centennial Lift. Non pass holders must purchase summer lift ticket for course access.
~15 minute, scenic ride up the lift to Spruce Saddle and the disc golf course.