About Beaver Run Resort

Beaver Run Resort
Beaver Run Resort
620 Village Road
PO Box 2115
Breckenridge, Colorado 80424-2115
USA
Phone: 800-525-2253 (In US & Canada) or 970-453-6000
Fax: 970-453-7234
stay@beaverrun.com
www.beaverrun.com
Elevation: 9600 ' (2926m)   About the altitude...

Meetings at This Location

Nestled at the base of Peak 9 and only a short distance from historic Main Street in Breckenridge, Beaver Run is in the perfect location where you can find adventurous activities, including ski-out access to the Beaver Run Superchair and the Quicksilver Chair. If you want a historical experience, take the complimentary shuttle to downtown Breckenridge; the town was first settled in 1859 when gold was discovered in the Blue River, which still runs through town. The town has preserved and restored its historical roots and offers many fantastic shops, museums, and dining options to enhance your overall experience. Beaver Run is a full service resort featuring the best amenities, including two heated pools, seven hot tubs, steam room & sauna, workout room, and relaxing spa. Beaver Run offers great dining options: Spencer’s Steak and Spirits, Base 9 Lounge and the Skywalk Market - open year round - and the Coppertop Bar and Café - open during winter season.
  • Tip #1:

    For helpful tips on what to expect during your season of travel, check out Breckenridge Travel Tips.

  • Tip #2:

    It is not necessary to have a car in Breckenridge as Free Ride Shuttles are available year round in Breckenridge. In addition, Beaver Run Resort has a shuttle that travels to and from the downtown area on a limited schedule.

  • Tip #3:

    If you want to head into any of the surrounding towns, use the FREE Summit Stage bus system Summit Stage. Also, before heading out on the roads, especially I-70, make sure to check out the traffic.

    *** New for 2016*** the Colorado Department of Transportation will have stricter enforcement of the state's Passenger Vehicle Traction & Chain Laws which states:

    If weather conditions require, CDOT can implement Passenger Vehicle Traction and Chain Laws. Motorists will be alerted to an active Traction or Chain Law by highway signage.

    Traction Law (Code 15) - During an active Traction Law, also known as a Code 15, motorists will need to have either snow tires, tires with the mud/snow (M/S) designation, or a four-wheel drive vehicle — all tires must have a minimum one-eighth inch tread.

    Passenger Vehicle Chain Law (Code 16) - During severe winter storms, CDOT will implement a Passenger Vehicle Chain Law, also known as a Code 16 — this is the final safety measure before the highway is closed. During a Passenger Vehicle Chain Law, every vehicle on the roadway is required to have chains or an alternative traction device (like AutoSock).

    Fines - Motorists driving with inadequate equipment during a Passenger Vehicle Traction or Chain Law could be fined more than $130. If a motorist blocks the roadway because they have inadequate equipment during a Passenger Vehicle Traction or Chain Law, they could be fined more than $650.

    For more information, click here.


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Beaver Run Resort





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Parking Information:

Garaged parking is available at Beaver Run for a charge. There is very limited parking several blocks away in the town of Breckenridge, free of charge. Parking spots in the town of Breckenridge are often full, especially during the busy winter season.

Shuttle Information:

For information on the free local shuttle in Breckenridge, visit Breck Free Ride.


The food included will be:
  • a buffet breakfast each day of the meeting except departure day
  • coffee breaks
  • Social Hour with light snacks during poster sessions
The food offered varies by site. Menus of the daily food offered, as well as menus for area restaurants, when available, will be posted on-site. Social Hour is provided in order to give attendees an opportunity to socialize, enjoy a light snack and participate in the poster session. Limited seating is available.

If you have dietary restrictions, please click on the "Attendees With Special Needs" tab above for more information.


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Clothing Note:

The meetings are "resort casual" in dress (khakis, jeans, casual shirts, sweaters). Even if you are not participating in outdoor activities, we suggest you bring clothes appropriate for local weather temperatures. Clothes that can be layered, for use both indoors and outdoors, will work best.

Breckenridge is high in the Rocky Mountains and has a weather pattern that varies by the hour and with the time of day. Wear clothing that can be easily changed to suit the temperature and bring protective clothing for potentially wet and windy conditions.

Special Needs

Disabilities

Scientists with disabilities are welcome and encouraged to participate in Keystone Symposia meetings.

Please contact Keystone Symposia Attendee Services at +1 970-262-1230 or by email at info@keystonesymposia.org for accessibility information and additional information regarding special services, such as:

  • Free registration to assistants or companions needed for note-taking or personal care.
  • Preferred lodging options for persons with limited mobility.
  • Assistance locating the most optimal handicapped-accessible lodging.

In some cases, accommodations for individuals with disabilities are limited so attendees are encouraged to make arrangements well in advance of the meeting.

Dietary Restrictions

If you have special dietary restrictions (i.e., kosher, gluten-free, etc.) please contact Keystone Symposia Attendee Services at +1 970-262-1230 or by email at info@keystonesymposia.org.

If possible, please try to contact us at least two weeks before the meeting starts so we may make arrangements with the resort or conference center.

NOTE: Vegetarian options are available at Keystone Symposia meal functions, so you do not need to contact us.

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Please be aware that this conference will take place at an elevation well above sea level!

High elevation, low humidity and stronger ultraviolet rays from the sun combine to create a situation that requires special attention to your health! For recommendations on how to prevent and alleviate high altitude sickness, please see High Country Health Care High Altitude Health Tips.