Town and Village
Trying to figure out where to stay during your trip this winter to Vail? We’re helping you out with this series on the look, feel and lodging options in Vail’s main neighborhoods. Here in Part 2, we review the beautiful and cozy Lionshead village (and in case you missed it, here’s Part 1: Vail Village and Golden Peak).
The first annual Vail and Beaver Creek Restaurant Week, Dining at Altitude, is almost here!Read More»
This Labor Day weekend Vail, Colorado’s renowned local chefs gather for Gourmet on Gore – a fun, outdoor culinary celebration of Vail’s finest restaurants.
Taking part in 4th of July celebrations in the midst of the gorgeous Colorado Rocky Mountains is a sure-fire way to stir up some feelings of pride in your country.
The Vail community is passionate about our 4th of July celebrations and this year we’re going all out with activities, July 4-7. While you can find the full schedule of Vail America Days events on the official website, here are some highlights of the events we’re most excited to attend:Read More»
Now that ski season is over, we’re preparing for what many locals say is the best season in Vail: Summer.
Surprised? You shouldn’t be. The Vail Valley is an outdoor and cultural playground in summer with world class downhill mountain biking, rock climbing, road biking, hiking, kayaking, rafting, fishing and camping complemented by outdoor performances by the likes of New York City Ballet, Philadelphia Orchestra, a free concert series and MORE. Pair that with our fantastic restaurants and dynamic Village and you’ve got yourself a summer utopia.
Celebrate Closing Day of Vail’s 50th Anniversary Season this Sunday, April 14!
Here are the details for our sponsored parties and rules for responsibly enjoying the last day of the season.Read More»
April 3-6, 2013 is Taste of Vail, a spring food and wine festival here at Vail that showcases the finest chefs in the Valley and the nation’s top vintners.Read More»