Beaver Creek’s McCoy Park terrain plan earns U.S. Forest Service approval

By In Blog, Events & Happenings, Featured, News, . . . On December 3, 2018


After consideration of the environmental analysis and public comment, Scott Fitzwilliams, Forest Supervisor and Deciding Official, has issued the final decision on the McCoy Park Terrain Development project at Beaver Creek. The decision authorizes the construction of 250 acres of beginner and low-intermediate ability level ski terrain, two chairlift installations, cross country ski and snowshoe trails, a warming hut, composting toilets, a ski patrol service building, a new service road, and snowmaking to support the egress to the proposed McCoy Park chairlifts.

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