Beaver Creek serves up ‘White Glove’ package


Colorado’s Beaver Creek ski resort’s new “White Glove Winter Package” features first class airfare, a private helicopter transport and private car to deliver people to an on-mountain cabin of their own.

Upon arrival at Vail/Beaver Creek’s Eagle Airport (EGE), a private helicopter will whisk the client off to the base Beaver Creek Mountain. After arriving at the resort, a personal Ski School Ambassador will greet the client with a champagne toast at the luxurious and secluded Trappers Cabin, nestled high on the mountain. A private chef will prepare gourmet meals and a private Ski School Ambassador are on hand.

The package is valued at $50,000 and features four Epic Passes, providing skiing and snowboarding privileges at 26 resorts in four countries; arrival with first-class, round-trip airfare to Eagle Airport from anywhere in the lower 48 states; at the airport, a private helicopter to fly from the Eagle Airport to the base of Beaver Creek Mountain; five nights at the on-mountain, private Trappers Cabin with a personal “Cabin Keeper” concierge and chef; a “welcome to Beaver Creek ski apparel package” that includes items from Helly Hansen and Smartwool; participation in Golden Ticket First Tracks before the mountain opens to the public and private ski lessons with a Ski School Ambassador; a ski concierge to deliver Gold Club ski rentals and fit ski boots; a spa treatment before a starlight snow cat tour to dinner at Beano’s Cabin; and other activities and amenities that include a private snowshoe tour and picnic, private on mountain lunch, gourmet dinner at SaddleRidge Restaurant and more.