Bachelor Gulch Community Profile |

Bachelor Gulch Community Profile


You’ll find echoes of the lonely bachelors for whom this area was named in the present-day Bachelor Gulch: The timber and stone construction of many of the high-end homes here pay tribute to those early settlers; the scale does not. Pass through the gates that provide both privacy and exclusivity and you’ll find an elevated enclave both conveniently close to — yet removed from — Beaver Creek.

Bachelor Gulch is home to stunning, single-family homes with incomparable views of the Gore Mountain Range. This entirely on-mountain neighborhood has access unparalleled access to outdoor recreation in all seasons. During the winter, the Bachelor Gulch Express at The Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch whisks skiers and riders to intermediate and expert terrain; one more lift ride and the entirety of Beaver Creek Mountain, from Beaver Creek Village to Arrowhead, is at your fingertips. During the summer, the mountain is open for biking and hiking and Bachelor Gulch is conveniently close to Beaver Creek Golf Course for those who wish to perfect their golf game in the rarefied mountain air.

Those who call Bachelor Gulch home truly have the best of all worlds. Residents are close to amenities like WYLD, one of the most exciting fine dining experiences in the valley, and the spa at The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch. However, there are also plenty of opportunities to enjoy the quiet grandeur of the area. You might find that it’s listening to the whir of the hummingbirds as you enjoy a glass of champagne on the deck, taking in the rising glow of the sun setting behind the mountains, that makes this area truly feel like home.

From the real estate expert

“I have worked and lived here in Bachelor Gulch Village for 19 years and have watched it evolve into one of the most special places in the entire Vail Valley. With the Ritz-Carlton as the center-stone of the resort, Bachelor Gulch offers exclusivity, privacy, security, and a wonderful on-mountain lifestyle.”

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– Catherine Jones Coburn, Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate

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