Curious what it’s like to visit Vail in November through mid-December?
Here’s a taste: events abound, there are more affordable lodging options, quieter slopes and a friendly, slower-paced vibe in town. Snow conditions can vary quite a bit from season to season, so we caught up with meteorologist Joel Gratz to get his take on the long-range forecast.Read More»
It’s hard not to get into the holiday spirit in Vail – the twinkling lights, blankets of snow, and European style pedestrian village can bring out the rosy cheeks in even the most hard-nosed Scrooge among us.
But you don’t have to be here during Christmas week to soak up the holiday spirit.Read More»
No, it’s not a joke. We really do mow the runs at Vail Mountain.
September and October are some of the most beautiful months to be in Vail. As the nighttime temps start to drop, the fall colors begin to pop up from Game Creek Bowl to East Vail. Here are some of our favorite spots to experience the changing colors. So grab a thermos of hot cocoa, a camera, and get ready to soak up the breathtaking views.Read More»
Featuring your best #VailSummer Instagram and Twitter posts:Read More»
Hiking and biking trail closures this week in Vail due to helicopter work on Avanti Express Lift (#2)
UPDATED JULY 30: Gondola One and the Eagle Bahn Gondola will open on time at 9:30am and all hiking and biking trails on Vail Mountain (excluding Ridge Route and Radio Flyer) are now open.
UPDATED JULY 29: