On-Mountain Venues


Beaver Creek's unique on-mountain venues all reflect our spectacular Rocky Mountain setting in their own special ways.

Our dedicated Group Sales and Services team would be delighted to help you plan and execute your event for the following venues:

AC Summer Exterior Overview.jpg  Allie's Cabin
 A log cabin high among the summer aspens. A spacious deck with the village spread below you and the Rocky Mountain skyline far across the valley.  In winter, you can warm yourself at a baronial stone fireplace after an open-air sleigh ride.

Allie Townsend, “First Lady” of Beaver Creek, was the wife of one of the first settlers, George Townsend. The cabin named after her is extensively decorated with original Americana and eclectic touches, and floor-to-ceiling windows offer spectacular views of Beaver Creek Village and the valley below. Allie's is a private cabin available for buyouts.

Perfect for groups up to 98/75 with dancing.  
BC Winter Exterior Evening.jpg Beano's Cabin
Beano’s is a feast for the senses. With an open lawn and wraparound deck at the foot of towering Grouse Mountain, it is an inspiring place to meet. Inside, vaulted ceilings, antler chandeliers and the warming glow of a stone hearth sharpen the appetite for a gourmet organic menu and a breathtaking wine list.

This legendary restaurant, nestled in a mountain meadow at the base of Larkspur Bowl, was once a lettuce patch. Frank Bienkowski, “Beano”, was an original settler and longtime farmer. Today, the hospitality is award-winning (AAA Four Diamond, DiRona, Wine Spectator Award of Excellence), and the setting perfect for a shared experience. Beano’s is our premier wedding and group location, and can be reserved for a meal or a full buyout.

Capacity 150/100 with dancing. 150/150 with dancing and tented deck (in the summer).  
Copy of Broken Arrow Dining.jpg Broken Arrow
A toasty crackling firepit is the perfect focal point for any event or meeting. And from a large outdoor patio, guests can breathe in wonderful mountain views. Broken Arrow serves up Colorado cuisine at its most eclectic. Comfortable, casual, and a little more intimate, it is ideal for smaller groups and team building.

Located at the base of Arrowhead, serving breakfast, lunch and multi-course dinners for private events. With an indoor/outdoor bar, it has the exclusive feel of a mountain lodge.

Perfect for groups up to 75/50 with dancing. 200 with tented deck in the summer.

RedSky_ClubHouse_Exterior_JackAffleck.jpg Red Sky Ranch (Summer Only)
Overlooking one of America’s finest golf courses and the Eagle River Valley, Red Sky Ranch has a sophisticated, country club atmosphere. Stunning views of Castle Peak and blazing sunsets complement a menu of fresh, seasonal dishes.

Res Sky Ranch hosts a large patio and a covered terrace which are ideal for private groups. Best suited to small and medium-sized gatherings, Red Sky Ranch opens its doors during the summer months.

Summer capacity 120 on the covered terrace, 150 with tented deck. | Located 15 minutes west of Beaver Creek.

Rendevous Club_Dining and Bar.jpg Rendezvous Club
The Rendezvous Club offers the feel of a private country club and is available for private events. Overlooking the tournament-rated Beaver Creek Golf Course, it offers wonderful views of lush green links and glorious mountain scenery.

A blend of leather, marble, chenille and wood, the restaurant’s earth tones mirror the mountain grandeur. With a spacious stone patio, the Club is ideal for after-golf social gatherings and rehearsal dinners or corporate meetings.

Perfect for groups up to 55.| Located on the Beaver Creek Golf Course

SaddleRidgeMainDining View.jpg SaddleRidge
Step inside, and the past embraces you. Vaulted ceilings give way to the largest collection of Old West American artifacts outside of a museum, making SaddleRidge one of our signature Beaver Creek venues.

Modern Western-American cuisine is served in three different dining rooms; all available for private functions. Relax upstairs in the frontier atmosphere of our Saloon Bar fitted with railroad chandeliers or outside on the carpet of manicured lawn. SaddleRidge is the perfect place for a toast to a productive day.

Clubhouse capacity 130/120 with dancing. Library capacity 32 for dining/70 standing, and Larkspur Room capacity 40 for dining/70 standing.

SS Outside View from Elk st.jpg Spruce Saddle
 At 10,200 feet, Spruce Saddle is the crossroads of Beaver Creek Mountain. From its wide open lawn, enjoy spectacular views of the Gore Range clear across the Eagle River Valley. A large, open dining room features a soaring vaulted ceiling and can easily accommodate 200 to 600 guests, depending on the season.

Accessible by the new chairlift and gondola combination lift in winter, it is a one-of-a-kind venue for a true on-mountain experience. In the summer Spruce Saddle can be accessed via combination lift or shuttle, and offers superb outdoor event amenities.

Winter capacity 250/175 with dancing | Summer capacity 500/430 with dancing

20140203_talons-bar_001v2.jpg Talons Restaurant
Beaver Creek’s newest on-mountain venue is situated at the confluence of Larkspur Bowl, Grouse Mountain and Birds of Prey. Talons serves a European-inspired menu, including a full bar and smokehouse during normal business hours; but can be catered for your event! Paying homage to the Austrian roots behind alpine skiing, Talons features rustic design elements reflecting the barns that were built by the original settlers of Beaver Creek. Talons is accessible in the summer via shuttle and in the winter via an open-air sleigh ride.

Talons is a 450-seat facility with 6,700 square feet of deck space and a smokehouse.
Trappers.jpg Trappers Cabin
 Tucked among the aspens atop Beaver Creek Mountain, this exclusive, four-bedroom cabin is a distinctive and luxurious getaway. Trappers Cabin’s chic décor, impeccable service, comfortable elegance and intimate seclusion provide an extraordinary slopeside lodging and/or dining venue for groups and small weddings. Custom packages let you personalize your Trappers Cabin getaway, and culinary events at Trappers Cabin are outstanding in ambience, service and cuisine. Treat your guests to a dinner, celebration or group events in a unique and stunning setting.

Sleeps up to 10, dining for up to 20.
wedding-deck.jpg Wedding Deck (Summer Venue Only)
 Mother Nature provides a stunning backdrop for Beaver Creek’s new outdoor amphitheater overlooking the Gore Range. Located in the hillside east of Spruce Saddle Restaurant and created from natural stone and materials, wedding parties up to 200 people can experience an unforgettable summertime mountaintop celebration. Corporate groups use the amphitheater for lectures and retreats.

Capacity 200 guests.  
Zach sWinterExterior Stoval.jpg Zach's Cabin (Winter Venue Only)
 Soaring vaulted ceilings, sturdy lodge poles, and a wooden deck surrounded by jutting rock and evergreens. Twig chandeliers and a central stone fireplace. Uninterrupted views of the magnificent Gore Range.

Zach’s, named after a fiery frontier lawman, is famous today for Creative American cuisine infused with Pacific Rim flair and a cellar full of excellent vintages. Nestled in the quiet serenity of Bachelor Gulch, Zach’s Cabin offers an elegant yet rustic mountainside locale for groups and weddings. It is a recipient of the Wine Spectator “Best Of” Award of Excellence.

Capacity 150/100 with dancing | The restaurant is available from December to March. | Gunder's, a private area in Zach's Cabin, has a capacity of 50.