Attention vacationers and locals dealing with stress and acute injuries: it’s time to hit the reset button.Read More»
See our guide to preparing for your trip to the mountains.Read More»
Vacations can be stressful, especially when you’re the one doing all the planning. Rather than spending your time worrying about the details, read these tips for the ultimate ski trip ahead of time and you’ll be ready to kick back and enjoy your time on the slopes.
1. Make a game plan before getting on the mountain
Vail Mountain spans 5,289 acres, and while that makes for a lot of enjoyment to be had, it can be overwhelming to explore. We’ve taken the legwork out of planning your day on the mountain with three all-encompassing trail guides. Based on your skill level, these guides enable you to focus on making memories and racking up vertical feet – sans any stress.Read More»
It’s official. The date is set. Opening day will be here before you know it! Here are 7 things to look forward to this winterRead More»
Whether you’re an expert who revels in knee-deep powder in the Back Bowls or a casual skier who cruises the groomers, you’ve got to be ready for a variety of conditions on the mountain. Don’t risk having a bad time just because you didn’t bring the right gear along – our Ultimate Gear Guide is here to help you make the most of your trip.
Celebrate the most important man in your life with Father’s Day Brunch at Game Creek Restaurant atop Vail Mountain via Eagle Bahn Gondola and brief shuttle to spectacular views and incredible culinary fare.Read More»
One athlete certainly not to miss this weekend at the GoPro Mountain Games is 14 year old Alayna Szuch, a local Colorado running phenom. She has been making waves in the community by finishing in exceptional times and beating competitors much older than her. At last years GoPro Mountain Games, she won the Superfeet Apres 5K in the women’s division and placed 3rd overall. We sat down with her to learn more about what makes her so successful.Read More»