Mountain of statistics

Compiled by Krista Driscoll

Skiers and snowboarders took their last turns at Beaver Creek on Sunday, April 10, and will follow suit at Vail Mountain on Sunday, April 17, signaling the end of the ski season in our little valley. Here, we’ve rounded up a collection of statistics to help you visual exactly what winter brings to Vail and Beaver Creek, from parking to dining, family activities to snowfall, as we bid adieu to 2015-16.


In transit

• 222,728: Total number of cars parked in the Lionshead parking structure this season.

• 365,102: Total number of cars parked in the Vail Village parking structure this season.

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Around town

• 17,539: Number of times #VailLive has been used since November 2014.

On the mountain

• 4,168: Days of skiing/riding privileges revoked for safety violations, season to date, at Vail and Beaver Creek.

• 18: Individuals who have lost skiing/riding privileges season to date for safety volations at Vail and Beaver Creek.


Around the village

• 5,000: Eggs hidden for annual Easter Egg Hunt, plus a few GoPro cameras.

• 1: 15-foot Yoda snow sculpture, which required a pile of snow the size of a house to complete.

• 2,800: Prizes given out during Family FunFest Carnival.

• 4,450: Glow sticks used during Thursday Night Lights.

• 13,000: Lights on the official Tree Lighting tree.

• 35: Years Helmut Fricker has been performing at Beaver Creek.

On the mountain

• 202: Number of teens who participated in the Beaver Creek Loves Teens Too program.

• 3,019,720: Number of vertical feet skied so far this season by Fredrick H., EpicMix leader who skied Beaver Creek most often.

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