Day 13 - Beaver Creek
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Click to Enlarge We got up early and drove over to Beaver Creek and got there at 9.30am. We parked in the Free Bear car Lot, and the caught a free bus to the lower ski area. Click to Enlarge
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Click to Enlarge We really enjoyed the skiing at beaver creek, the runs were great, and it was nice skiing among the aspen. We had a very good lunch at Spruce Lodge, I had the best meal of the holiday Prime Rib and it was only $14. Click to Enlarge
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Click to Enlarge There was no wind, no clouds and it was the warmest day of the holiday. In fact down towards beaver creek the snow was getting slushy in places. Click to Enlarge
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Click to Enlarge We did some of the best fun ski runs of the holiday towards the end of the day among the aspen. Click to Enlarge
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Click to Enlarge Eventually we skied down towards the run Leave the bear. It was great as no one else was on the mountain. We caught the bus back to the suv, and stashed our skis and boots. Then we caught a bus to Beaver Creek Village. Click to Enlarge
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At the village we had a walk around and had free smores (toasted marsh mellows and chocolate outside the Park Hyatt Hotel , before getting a hot alcoholic beverage at one of the bars. Once we had finished there we bumped into Bill again, a mountain biker I had met the last time I was biking in Frutia. We had a chat then we left for Breckenridge. We took our skies back to blue river sports, Clare had another Pizza from Extreme pizza, and as I was still feeling full from my prime rib, I just had a Malt shake from the Coldstone creamery. Click to Enlarge

DAY 14