Explore Vail Mountain on a guided hike with an interactive hiking expert through the White River National Forest and learn about the area’s flora and fauna.
Call 970-SKI-VAIL (754-8245) to reserve.Read More»
The town of Vail will welcome world renown chefs, artists and performers from its Sister City, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico the week of June 21. Throughout the week, visitors to Vail will be able to attend concerts, dinners and festivals showcasing well-known Mexican talent.Read More»
The launch of Epic Discovery is just around the corner and Vail Mountain’s ultimate playground is about to become that much more fun! If you’re ready to immerse yourself in nature, challenge yourself with thrilling activities like the Forest Flyer, Game Creek Aerial Adventure, ziplines and adventure courses, we’ve got the summer adventure for you. Learn more about all of Epic Discovery’s thrilling summer activities. They’re sure to challenge you, thrill you and show you how summer-time should be spent.Read More»
The weather is warming, flowers are blooming, trails are drying out and we’re firing up the gondolas! Vail Mountain will operate Gondola One for a limited opening weekend, June 3-5 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., with limited offerings at the Mid-Vail area. Hiking trails and mountain biking trails will not be open during opening weekend, but join us for a scenic gondola ride and take in the first sight of Vail’s stunning summer views.Read More»
Grab a tube, hop a lift, get a rush! Adventurers young and old will love taking thrilling runs down the 550 ft-long Eagle’s Nest summer tubing hill.Read More»
Put your strength and balance to the test as you explore challenging obstacle areas via ropes, bridges, logs and balance elements, all with a bird’s eye view of Vail’s surrounding mountain ranges!Read More»
Biking is one of the most popular summer activities at Vail, and for good reason. From the unmatched on-mountain views to the adrenaline rush you get riding down the mountain, mountain biking is one of the best ways to enjoy all that summer in Vail has to offer. If a paved path is more your speed, there are plenty of road trails that provide opportunities to get your blood pumping, or just enjoy a cruise while taking in the views. And don’t worry about bringing your own bike – you can rent your gear at one of Vail’s many rental locations!
Here are our favorite bike rides in Vail:Read More»