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How to vacation like a local on your next trip to Beaver Creek

We asked our Lead Concierge, Matt, to create the true local experience for your summer vacation in Beaver Creek. Matt shares his secret spots and can’t miss activities.

A little about Matt: Matt has lived in the Valley for ten years and loves nothing more than being outdoors. Whether biking or hiking, fly fishing or kayaking, Matt is ready to share his favorite go-to summer activities and help you find yours.

We asked Matt what his favorite part of his job was and this is what he had to say, “My favorite part of my job is when guests experience something they never would have thought about trying before and they leave feeling happy and fulfilled with their vacation.”

Summers in Colorado offer up so many options for visitors. Matt is ready to make sure your vacation is the perfect one for you. Enjoy this four-day must-do list. Staying longer? Matt has an itinerary for you. Want more information? Matt has you covered. Get ready for the best vacation, ever.

For more concierge information, go here. Contact Matt at (970) 790-2313 or

Day One

Morning: Breakfast at Turntable in Minturn. An iconic staple for locals, expect comfort food while enjoying the décor rooted in the history of the town.

Afternoon: Bike ride down from the top of Vail pass to the town of Vail. A local company will supply the bikes and a shuttle ride up to the top of the pass. Matt will help you with the details.

Evening: Dinner at Northside in Avon (get the burger & beer special!) followed by a scenic drive over Battle Mountain Pass. If you time it right, the sunset is excellent!

Day Two

Morning: Breakfast at Route 6 Café in Eagle Vail followed by a hike up to Lionshead rock in Minturn. It’s a 3.9 mile moderate out and back trail that will leave you with breathtaking views at the top.

Afternoon: Go whitewater rafting! Multiple trip options are available for families to adventure seekers. Matt will hook you up with the Valley’s leading whitewater rafting guides.

Evening: Dinner in Beaver Creek Village. There are options for everyone. Casual dining all the way up to the finest food in the valley. Check out our dining page for all of your options. Crowd favorites include Hooked, Grouse Mountain Grill and Splendido.

Day Three

Morning: Go fly-fishing on our local Eagle River! This is a must for those who haven’t tried fly fishing, yet. Check out more summer activities here.

Afternoon: Grab lunch at the Dusty Boot Saloon in Beaver Creek Village. Say hello to the best poutine and drunken mussels around. Don’t forget about happy hour from 3 to 5pm for the best margarita in town. Or settle for the Dusty Boot tradition, a PBR and a shot.

Evening: Relax, restore and rejuvenate all while surrounded by mountain views at Iron Mountain Hot Springs. Located just one hour away in Glenwood Springs, the drive offers up some of the best views in the valley.

Day Four

Morning: Kick off your morning with the most amazing breakfast at Revolution in Beaver Creek Village. You won’t be disappointed with anything from this menu especially the Wake ‘N’ Bake Breakfast Potatoes.

Afternoon: Go horseback riding and take the most beautiful mountain views around. There are options for families to adventurers.

Evening: Unwind and indulge with s’mores by the campfire at the Park Hyatt. Homemade marshmallows make these s’mores the best you will ever experience.

By |2018-01-24T17:53:37-07:00July 4th, 2017|Local Living Tips|0 Comments