Should Pete Seibert have had his way, Beaver Creek was his original pick. After rebuttal from the Nottingham family who owned what is now Avon, Beaver Creek & Bachelor Gulch as hardworking ranchers, Seibert opted for the mountain eight miles from the site, which is now Vail. Beaver Creek dodged fame yet again, when the 1976 Winter Olympics was proposed to be hosted in Beaver Creek, only to be voted out by state funding measures. That didn't dissuade the International attention Beaver Creek still receives by regularly hosting the World Cup races & the famed Birds of Prey downhill course for speed skiing events. Beaver Creek is open to the public to enjoy skiing, these luxury homes are all part of a private gated community which you will view as you wind up the road past the golf course to get to the quintessential town & base of this World Class Ski resort. Beaver Creek Village has a charm much like Vail, with pedestrian shopping, coveted restaurants, an ice skating rink, cultural events & an intimate, acoustically pleasing Vilar Performing Arts Center.
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