From May through September Beaver Creek is the home to many incredible trail runs. With distances from 5k to half marathons and 6 day 120 mile runs, we have something for everyone. The full schedule of races are listed below. Please click the links to get to the registration page for the various events.
If you need running gear, shoes, etc. when at Beaver Creek, check out The North Face store located by the ice rink in the center of the village.
July 20th – XTerra Trail Run
As part of the Xterra Mountain Championship Triathlon, we will host the Xterra Trail Runs. 5k, 10k, and 21k courses will be available. Get more information and sign up at www.xterrabeavercreek.com.
This race is part “Colorado’s Largest Trail Race Series”. 10K and Half Marathon options are available. The Beaver Creek Half Marathon and 10k will start and finish at the beautiful Beaver Creek Park. The trail courses are run on both single track and dirt road, and will see an elevation gain of 1400′ for the half, and an elevation gain of 700′ for the 10K. The race is well supported with 7 aid stations. Get more information and sign up at www.beavercreekhalf.com.
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September 1st – Oktoberfest Shuffle (Benefiting the Vail Valley Charitable Fund)
Celebrate the beautiful fall colors in Beaver Creek with the Oktoberfest Shuffle 5k and 10k trail runs. This trail run takes place during the Beaver Creek Oktoberfest and includes a send off by the Lech Town Band, a Beer and a Bratwurst from our Beer Garden, and awards presented by Helmut Fricker. Come for the run, stay for the beer, authentic Austrian food and great music.
September 7th – Battle Mountain High School Cross Country Invitational & Eric Spry Memorial 5K
High school athletes from across Colorado will come to Beaver Creek for this Cross Country Running event. As part of the High School Track Meet, we will host the Eric Spry Memorial 5k race in memory of the Battle Mountain Graduate who passed away in 2011 at the age of 19. All Proceeds will benefit the Battle Mountain High School Cross Country Team and the Eric Spry Memorial