The Charter at Beaver Creek

Address: 120 Offerson Rd. , Beaver Creek, Colorado, 81620, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 120 Offerson Rd. , Beaver Creek, is near Beaver Lake Trail, Beaver Creek Hiking Center, and Kids Summer Camp.
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    Travel Blogs from Beaver Creek

    Aspen Colorado

    A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on Jun 08, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    We headed to Aspen early in the morning. It was our attempt to see some wildlife. Well the scenery was beautiful but we didn't see any wildlife. We stopped off at a scenic overlook of the San Juan mountains. In addition to the mountains we also seen the large reservoir. No real roads to get to the lake, you have to do some off roading.

    We arrived in Aspen at about 11am. We visited the John Denver Sanctuary. As a kid, ...

    Aspen March 2015

    A travel blog entry by miramar1 on Mar 19, 2015

    This was my second trip to Aspen; my last trip was back in March 2012. I departed Boston on Friday on the 3:30pm UAL flight to Denver. The flight was more or less on time, at least by United standards. Upon arrival in Denver I had time to grab a Club Sandwich at Woody Creek Cafe prior to my flight to Aspen. The flight to ASE took off about a hour late and they didn’t say why, but we got in eventually. I suspect it may have been ...

    Traveler's Rehab

    A travel blog entry by amcbharvey on Feb 10, 2015

    6 photos

    ... of consideration on this concept was in light of the fact that our world will continue to globalize at a rapid pace and relate to other countries through trade, transfer of knowledge, creation of jobs, CO2 emissions, etcetera. You can read and wikipedia all you want about other cultures and nations, but I would argue there is no better way to learn about something than living it. Of course, I am a minority amongst the billions of humans on our planet who has been fortunate enough ...

    It was the worst of drives it was the best of dri

    A travel blog entry by lasveg1005 on Aug 25, 2014

    4 photos

    ... beautiful views of the canyon.

    Once we got through Grand Canyon Park however, we went through nearly 350 miles of 2 lane highway, passing through the Navajo Reservation and the Apache Reservation. Now I could probably write book on why we didn't see anything for these 350 miles save roadside "Native American Art Stands" and I might, but for now let me say it was desolate in the extreme.

    Then came Utah, which I didn't think was ...

    Day 105 – We’re Hooked!

    A travel blog entry by thesullivans on Dec 15, 2010

    19 photos

    ... up there with his ski class and skiing down the mountain. Awesome!

    After a few practice runs we then caught the chairlift up to Spruce Saddle Lodge. There were no mishaps on the chairlifts this time! We stopped for a hot chocolate before catching another chairlift up to the top of the mountain. We then skied down the mountain. Visibility on the mountain was very poor and it was snowing hard. Kent, the instructor, let us ski parts of the runs on ...