VAIL, Colo. – Jan. 30, 2018 –It’s the perfect day to explore the additional 100 acres of terrain we opened bringing our terrain total to 4,782 acres. Vail Mountain has had a very exciting January with terrain openings including: the Back Bowls and Blue Sky Basin. In addition to the 4,782 acres accessible to skiers and snowboarders, the forecast is looks favorable for snowfall starting February 1st and continuing through the following week.
VAIL, Colo. – Jan. 12, 2018 –The snow just keeps falling. With 6 inches of snow falling throughout the day on Friday, bringing the seven-day snow total to 21 inches, Vail Mountain will open portions of China Bowl, Tea Cup Bowl and Sun Down Bowl, in addition to portions of terrain in Blue Sky Basin, on Saturday, January 13. Sun Up Bowl is now open for ski and snowboard access. Beaver Creek received 5 inches of snow during the day Friday and 23 inches in the last seven days, and skiers and snowboarders will have access to more than 1,000 acres of skiable terrain on Saturday, January 13.
We welcomed nine inches of snow on January 8th! We are offering top-to-bottom skiing and snowboarding on more than 1,443 acres of terrain served by 20 lifts, including the new six-passenger Northwoods Express Lift (#11), the 10th new chairlift in the last 11 years at the resort. The Forest Flyer alpine coaster is operating daily from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. for guests at the top of the Eagle Bahn Gondola (#19).
We are expecting more snow this week, take a peek at the Vail forecast here.
On Saturday, Vail will begin operating Gopher Hill Lift (#12), accessing beginner terrain in the Golden Peak area and ski access to Gondola One.Read More»
On the night of December 13th, until the morning of December 14th, snow fell in Vail. Here is what the conditions looked like on the mountain that morning.Read More»