St. James Place is located in the heart of Beaver Creek Village. St. James Place is just steps away from the ski lifts and from the shopping plaza’s world-class boutiques, galleries, restaurants and year-round ice skating rink.
Spirited adventures for every level of thrill seeker are available at Beaver Creek. Explore all that Beaver Creek has to offer by playing golf at a world class course, hike to the panoramic views of Colorado's many 14,000 ft peaks or cruise down the mountain on a single track bike ride.
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.
Our resort has 25 lifts and 150 different trails to make every trip down the mountain an adventure. But what really sets us apart from other mountains is the amount of fresh powder you can find in ski stashes all over the resort.
No matter what your skiing ability is, you can find the perfect terrain at Beaver Creek. From the gentle, manicured slopes of Bachelor Gulch, to the open intermediate trails of Larkspur or Rose Bowl, to the steep bumps of Grouse Mountain, skiers will feel right at home on our mountain.
If you want to feel the sensation of air beneath your board, come play in Beaver Creeks three terrain parks. Offering an entry-level parks with small jumps, boxes and rails, all the way to a pro-sized park offering 40ft-60ft jumps. If the freestyle riding isn't in your cards, our groomed trails are some of the best in the world for your carving needs.
Beaver Creek Ski and Ride School
Beaver Creek has the "Ivy League" of Ski and Snowboard School, where you will learn from the best on a World Cup mountain. There are many choices of private lessons for the entire family or group child and adult lessons to cater to your experience level.
St. James Place reopening 6/13- COVID-19 Eagle County Order Eagle County has now transitioned ino the second phase of repoening which allows owners and guests to return. However there are still guidelines that have to be followed to help prevent the further spread of the COVID-19.
Traveling to Eagle County under the Special Provisions for Non-Local Residents visiting Eagle County:
1. Any person that is not a Local Resident that travels to or visits Eagle County (a “non-Local Resident”) must be free of any Symptoms consistent with COVID-19 before arrival.
2. If any Symptoms consistent with COVID-19 are present in the 10 days prior to arrival in Eagle County, the non-Local Resident must not travel to Eagle County.
3. All non-Local Residents will self-screen for Symptoms each morning during their travel within Eagle County.
4. All non-Local Residents that develop Symptoms consistent with COVID-19 during their travel within Eagle County will:
a. Adhere to Self-Isolation requirements in Section (IV)(A)(1) above, even if this prolongs their stay in Eagle County at the traveler’s expense.
b. Contact a local healthcare provider7 for guidance and to schedule COVID-19 testing as quickly as possible.
5. All non-Local Residents that have been exposed to someone with Symptoms consistent with COVID-19 during their travel will:
a. Adhere to the Self-Quarantine requirements in Section (IV)(A)(2) above, even if this prolongs their stay in Eagle County and at the traveler’s expense.
b. If Symptoms consistent with COVID-19 develop during the quarantine period, the traveler must follow the requirements outlined in Section (IV)(D)(4) above.
FIVE COMMITMENTS OF CONTAINMENT
Preventing a resurgence of COVID-19 in Eagle County requires all individuals and businesses to comply with the mandatory provisions in this Order. In addition, all persons in Eagle County are requested to assume additional personal responsibility and adopt the Five Commitments of Containment to keep transmission of the illness low.
I will maintain six feet of physical distance.
Physical distance is one of the most effective prevention measures.
I will keep this distance from any person who is not from my household.
I will wash my hands often.
Especially after visiting public settings, businesses, and before eating or touching my face.
I will cover my face in public.
I will wear a face covering whenever I may not be able to maintain my physical distance from others.
I will wear a face covering when entering an indoor public environment, like a grocery store or post office.
Face coverings are not a substitute for maintaining physical distance.
I will stay home when I am sick.
Isolating myself from others, including my household members, will help protect them and limit the spread.
I will get tested immediately if I have Symptoms.
Testing early after Symptoms develop can help prevent spreading COVID-19 to other people.
Should resurgence of COVID-19 appear likely based on a failure to adhere to this Order, stricter restrictions may be reinstated.
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