Hike, Wine & Dine
Many thanks to all of our 2018 sponsors, restaurants, donors and participants for making the 10th year of Hike, Wine & Dine the most successful to date. Over 410 people participated and we raised over $125,000 for Shaw Cancer Center and Jack's Place. It was a perfect fall day on Beaver Creek Mountain with the vibrant aspen leaves changing color and blue bird skies. Check out the 2018 event photos below to relive the event.
Check back next spring for next year’s Hike, Wine & Dine date.
Hike, Wine & Dine 2018
09.04.18 Hike, Wine & Dine - Kevin Armitage on Good Morning Vail
08.28.18 Hike, Wine & Dine - Jack Gardner on Good Morning Vail
- Villa Montane - in the Main Village, off Avondale Lane.
- Ford Hall- in the Main Village, before the skier bridge.
- Elk and Bear Parking lots - located at the base of the east (Elk)and west (Bear) entrance to Beaver Creek. Includes a complimentary shuttle service to the Main Village.
- Registration is located at the base of the Centennial Lift on Beaver Creek Mountain.
- Registration opens at 9:30 a.m. All participants must sign a waiver and check-in to obtain a wristband.
- Breakfast burritos, coffee, orange juice, mimosas* and water will be available before the start of the hike.
- The hike begins at 10:00 am the base of Beaver Creek mountain near the Centennial lift
- The hike is a moderate five-mile loop. The most difficult part of the hike is the first mile.
- Food tents will serve food along the trail. Water and cups are available at all food stations.
- We suggest you bring your own water as well – either a hydration pack or a water bottle.
- If you are not able to complete the hike, please let a volunteer at one of the restaurant stations know and we can arrange for transportation down.
- Remember – this is not a race. Please be respectful of hikers that hike at a different pace. If you are hiking faster, please pass with care. If you want to take a break to enjoy the beautiful fall color or catch your breath, please stand to the side of the trail so other hikers may pass.
- The Colorado mountains experience rapidly changing weather, especially in the afternoons, so be sure to dress accordingly. A rainproof/windproof outer layer is recommended, in case a shower rolls in during an afternoon hike.
- Hats are also recommended to protect your face from the sun’s UV rays.
- Hiking boots or durable walking shoes are sufficient for this hike. Flip flops not advised!
- Dogs are permitted on open, summer trails at Beaver Creek. Dogs must be leashed at all times.
- During festivals and events, leashed dogs are permitted in designated dog-friendly areas including Creekside Park, on-mountain hiking trails and Beaver Creek access road pathway
- Food can be a trigger for aggressive behavior in dogs, so please keep your dogs on a short leash near food stations on the trail.
Since its inception, Hike, Wine & Dine has raised nearly $700,000 to support patient care at Shaw Cancer Center. and Jack's Place, a cancer caring house. Funds have been used to purchase new, state-of –the-art diagnostic equipment, cover operating costs at Jack’s Place, and support the Endowment for Jack’s Place so it may become self-sustaining.