Life for green run skiers and riders gets a big easy addition with the opening of Beaver Creek’s 250 acre McCoy Park expansion this Monday.
As the resort’s newest signature terrain experience, McCoy Park offers 250 acres of natural groomable glade skiing and snowboarding in a serene bowl environment.
The McCoy Park investment is a commitment by Beaver Creek Resort and Vail Resorts to the guest experience, and the expansion provides one-of-a-kind dedicated, family-friendly, learning terrain.
“This is an extraordinary moment for Beaver Creek Resort. As a world class luxury family resort, we are thrilled to add this terrain to our mountain. McCoy Park offers families the opportunity to explore together and immerse themselves in nature,” said Nadia Guerriero, COO, Beaver Creek. “There really is nothing like skiing or snowboarding in McCoy Park.”
McCoy Park’s expansion adds two new quad chairlifts, the McCoy Park Express and Reunion Lift, servicing 17 new trails, 14 of which are rated for beginners. The new area also features Eaton Haus, a new warming hut and dining outpost named after Earl Eaton, resort co-founder and early proponent of the McCoy Park terrain.
McCoy Park is a 250-acre expansion of lift-served, welcoming ski terrain for beginner and intermediate skiers & riders to elevate their mountain experience. A dedicated family friendly zone for beginner and low intermediate skiers & riders, McCoy Park has an amazing natural feel, including signature groomed, gladed trails.
The new learning terrain features 17 trails served by two new lifts, while still maintaining snowshoe and cross-country areas.
The McCoy Park investment is a commitment to the guest experience that will delight skiers and riders of all ages and abilities, and welcomes families to explore more – together.
McCoy Park is the third installment of The Signature Parks Collection: dedicated learning areas that provide beginner terrain mimicking the setting of advanced trails, granting guests of all ski levels a chance to explore more of the mountain on terrain they are comfortable skiing and snowboarding.
In addition to the McCoy Park terrain expansion this season, Vail Resorts has invested in a new High-Speed Lift to Peak 7 in Breckenridge, a new High-Speed Lift from the Keystone Base Area.