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Beaver Creek to keep more than 1,000 acres open

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BEAVER CREEK — Beaver Creek plans to offer 1,197 acres of terrain on the main mountain beginning Monday, including all of Grouse Mountain, Rose Bowl and trails accessed from the Birds of Prey Lift (No. 9). Skiers and riders can take advantage of great conditions and terrain for ability levels through closing day, April 20, thanks to 21 feet of snow that has fallen so far this season.

The following lifts will be operating beginning Monday, April 7:

• Buckaroo Gondola;



• Rose Bowl Express Lift (No. 4).

• Drink of Water Lift (No. 5).



• Centennial Express Lift (No. 6).

• Cinch Express Lift (No. 8).

• Birds of Prey Express Lift (No. 9).



• Grouse Mountain Express Lift (No. 10).

• Several surface lifts.

Spruce Saddle Restaurant and the outdoor deck at Talons Restaurant will provide refueling options for hungry skiers. Beaver Creek’s Ivy League Ski School will continue offering group and private lessons through closing day, April 20.

Springfest activities will continue to take place in the village through April 19 featuring a variety of family-friendly activities to enjoy when the ski day is done. For details visit http://www.beavercreek.com/springfest.

For more information on resort updates and activities visit http://www.beavercreek.com or visit m.beavercreek.com from your mobile phone.


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