No, it’s not a joke. We really do mow the runs at Vail Mountain.
When David Brenner dropped his wedding ring on a ski day at Vail in the winter of 2009, he thought there might be a chance that Vail summer workers would find it when the snow melted. After the summer passed and the ring was still missing, he and wife Sue gave up hope of ever seeing it again.Read More»
Congratulations to America’s Best Summer Job Winner, Benjamin Solomon of Brooklyn, NY!
Benjamin will be escaping the heat of the city to experience all that Vail has to offer this summer – concerts, events, festivals, hiking, biking, rafting, fishing and more. He’ll also be calling the hotels of Vail home while he keeps track of his adventures through blogs, videos and social media (#VailBen).Read More»
Vail’s Ski Patrol exchanges ski boots for hiking boots as they maintain and monitor the mountain in the spring, summer and fall. Here are their tips for staying safe during your summer adventures on Vail Mountain!
We put Lindsey Vonn behind the counter as a guest service employee-in-training at Vail. In just a hat and glasses, with a “Lindsey” name tag, you’d think she would be easy to recognize. Think again!Read More»
Jump inside the cat and learn about the operation that grooms over 1000 acres nightly. This video combines info about Vail’s grooming machines (called snow cats), the operators, and new technology with beautiful time lapse photography.Read More»
Cat operators, Brett and Mike, work through the night preparing the mountain for blissful skiing.
Do you ever wonder what happens after the last lift stops and the sun sets on another great day of skiing? Does the mountain turn silent and still as the day comes to a close? As we found out today, that is hardly the case.Read More»