What better way to experience the beautiful scenery, smell the wildflowers and spot the wildlife than on your own two feet? With nearly 25 miles of hiking trails for all abilities on and around the mountain, there is no shortage of routes to take in amazing views.Read More»
Here in Vail, we take our dogs just about everywhere with us – and you can too! Here’s how to make the most of this dog friendly vacation destination.
Planning a visit to Vail? We’ll let you in on a little secret…there are times each season when prices are lower and the mountain is quieter.Read More»
If you haven’t visited Vail over the last five years, you may be surprised to see the changes. Some call it a renaissance, others welcome the improvements. While many classic spots such as The Lodge at Vail and the Red Lion are still here, Lionshead has undergone a complete transformation, and the Vail Village base […]Read More»
Trying to figure out where to stay in Vail this winter? The Town of Vail may only be 4.5 square miles but there are hundreds of lodging options to choose from!
To help get you started in your search, we’ve created this blog series that describes the look, feel and experience of staying in Vail’s 5 main neighborhoods.Read More»
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 3, we discuss the East and West Vail neighborhoods – havens for those those looking to mingle with the local community as well as the budget conscious (in case you missed them, check out Part 1: Vail Village and Golden Peak and Part 2: Lionshead).Read More»
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).