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!
Fight cancer with Pink Vail on April 5th, to benefit the Shaw Regional Cancer Center.Read More»
Adventure Ridge at Vail is now open!Read More»
Aunque se lo conocen más por sus deportes de nieve, no hay que esquiar para disfrutar de todo lo que ofrece el pueblo de Vail.Read More»
Time to head outside after feasting on Thanksgiving! This year, we are happy to have a full plate of activities available at Adventure Ridge. Read on for details about mountaintop activitites, terrain updates, Ski and Snowboard School openings, and on mountain dining options!Read More»
So you’ve had brunch. But have you had a gourmet brunch in an alpine chalet accessible only by gondola, horseback or on-foot? Here’s your chance:
There are so many great ways to explore the beauty and nature on Vail Mountain, from hiking, biking, trail running and Top of the Mountain tours, but next time you’re out enjoying the mountain, keep an eye out for signs of some of the wildlife native to Vail.
1. The yellow-bellied marmot can often be spotted sunbathing on rocks around the Adventure Ridge area and while hiking the trails around the mountain.Read More»