There’s a reason Beaver Creek is the home of World Cup skiing. This 1,800-acre resort just outside Avon, Colorado, is home to some of the best skiing terrain on the planet. There are 23 lifts that access runs ranging from beginner-friendly to super-gnarly, making Beaver Creek the perfect place for a ski getaway.

Beaver Creek opened in 198o and soon absorbed adjacent Arrowhead Mountain and Bachelor Gulch. Now you can ski or snowboard on 150 trails and reach elevations over 11,400 feet.

World Cup athletes are making big moves at Beaver Creek, but it’s also a phenomenal place to learn to ski. Sure, there’s plenty of terrain for advanced and expert skiers, but the biggest chunk of Beaver Creek’s trails—43%—are intermediate-level runs. Plus, the ski area prides itself on having the “Ivy League of Ski Schools.” Instructors at Beaver Creek use video analysis technology to help students hone their skills, and they have an impeccable safety record.

Beaver Creek has a smaller, cozier feel than its big brother, Vail, which is just fifteen minutes east. Still, there’s no shortage of amenities. Beaver Creek boasts five-star dining, world-class shopping, and, of course, some of the best powder anywhere on the planet. Plus, it’s home to 11 shops offering services from

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Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced skier looking to improve your skills, you’ll be able to rent the ideal collection of products suited to your abilities. With, you can get the latest equipment from top brands and enjoy a variety of amenities, from equipment storage to valet service. With so many rental options in Beaver Creek, it’s hard to know where to start. So we’ve highlighted the best locations and the services they provide.

Several rental shops at Beaver Creek are steps away from the skiing action.

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Beaver Creek Sports — Village

Beaver Creek Sports is the biggest name in rentals on the western end of the Vail Valley, and one step inside will show you exactly why. Its Village location combines old-school elegance with friendly, helpful customer service. When you visit the shop and reserve your gear through, expert staff members will provide a rental package that targets your ability levels.

The Sport package is geared toward beginners, while the Performance package suits advancing skiers looking to improve skills. The Demo package provides skiers and riders equipment that allows them to explore a wide range of terrain and snow conditions. In each case, your rental package will include the gears from the best manufacturers, and staff members will adjust your boots and bindings so they fit correctly.

In addition to offering high-quality gear and excellent service, the Village shop has a convenient location. It sits in the heart of town and provides easy access to several shops and restaurants.

Burton Beaver Creek

Are you in the market for a new snowboard? Maybe you want to try some of the latest models before you settle on what to buy? If so, you should rent your gear at Burton Beaver Creek. The shop has the latest Burton products available through—including the new Burton StepOnⓇ. The knowledgeable staff members will hook you up with the perfect board, and your rental package will include a few perks, such as day basket storage and overnight gear storage. While you’re getting your rental equipment, you’ll also have the chance to buy some of the latest Burton clothing. Because the shop is located in Beaver Creek Village, you can easily snag coffee before you pick up your rentals or grab a bite at the end of the day.

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Beaver Creek Sports — Arrowhead

The Beaver Creek Sports Arrowhead shop sits at the base of Arrowhead Mountain, just minutes from several lodges and hotels. If you need to rent skiing or snowboarding equipment, it won’t take you long to reach the shop. Plus, it sits next to the Arrowhead Bahn Express Lift, so, after your rent your gear, you’ll be on the ski hill in no time. To make life a little easier, Arrowhead will store your street shoes before you head out for the day. You can also store your gear in the shop overnight and then and pick it up the next day. If you’re not staying near Arrowhead Mountain, and you need a ride at the end of the day, there’s a shuttle stop near the rental shop.

Beaver Creek offers plenty of great terrain for skiers of all ability levels.

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If you don’t want to spend a single moment doing anything other than skiing, the Gold location is ideal. It’s the closest rental location to the Centennial Express Lift. When you reserve your gear at this location, you’ll also have access to the latest products from popular brands and receive concierge-level service.

If you’re an experienced skier or snowboarder, it’s the perfect opportunity to try new models to see what you prefer. This shop is also a good choice for beginners because it’s one of the rental locations closest to the ski school. Once you’re outfitted and ready to head to your class or explore the mountain, you can store your regular shoes or boots in the shop. At the end of the day, you can quickly drop into the shop to pick up your stuff and also store your rental equipment for the night.

Beaver Creek Sports — Ritz-Carlton

Staying at the Ritz-Carlton means you can expect top-notch service, and the premium Ritz-Carlton Beaver Creek Sports location takes that a step further. Not only do guests have access to day and overnight storage for gear as well as a selection of retail goods, but rentals include valet service. The shop will deliver your rental equipment to you near the slopes, so you can spend more time on the mountain and worry less about dealing with gear. The Ritz-Carlton sits so close to the ski hill, so it’s also easy to drop into the shop and swap out equipment if you want to test different skis or boards.

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Beaver Creek Sports — Westin Riverfront

Sitting on the bank of the scenic Eagle River in Avon, the Westin Riverfront offers a convenient location to not only rent gear but also enjoy all the town has to offer. The rental shop will store your boots or shoes during the day and also hold onto your rental equipment overnight. So, you don’t have to haul around a bunch of stuff during the day or lug gear back to your room. When you get your equipment through, you’ll also have the option of valet service at hotel. One of the best aspects of the Westin is its location. It’s in the heart of Avon, near shops and restaurants.

With, you can focus on your turns rather than the logistics of dealing with rental gear.

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Beaver Creek Sports — BC Landing

A gondola provides easy access to the BC Landing location of Beaver Creek Sports. The shop is not only easy to reach, but it also adds some convenience to your day. With your rental, you get the benefits of day storage for your regular boots and shoes, plus overnight storage for gear. Your rental also includes valet service, which goes a long way in helping you maximize your time on your skis or board. Once you’ve picked up your gear, hop on the Beaver Creek Mountain Express Lift for a speedy ride to the base of the ski area and a full day of fun.

Beaver Creek Sports — The Pines Lodge

The Pines Lodge sits in the thick of Beaver Creek’s east side lodging on Scott Hill Road. It’s also sandwiched between the Elkhorn and Strawberry Park Express lifts. So, no matter what kind of terrain you and your group prefer, The Pines Lodge is a convenient place to pick up rental equipment. The rental shop also offers a wide range of services, including day and overnight storage, plus valet service. This location also has heated boots available, so your feet can stay nice and toasty from the moment you put them on until you arrive back at The Pines. Also, the shop sells apparel and accessories, so you can pick up anything necessary to keep you comfortable (and looking good) during your visit.

Beaver Creek Sports — St. James Place

Did your last ski trip leave you with frozen toes? If so, make your way to Beaver Creek Sports’ St. James Place shop and rent some heated boots. Through, you’ll also have the option to rent skis and snowboards from top brands, plus essentials like helmets and poles. Take advantage of the day storage and leave your street shoes in the shop while you hit the mountain. When you return to the shop later in the day, store your rental gear there overnight. That way you can head right into town to feast at Toscanini.

If you thought this article was informative, you should also read:

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Written by Emma Walker for Matcha in partnership with Rent Skis.

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