WOW what an opening day at Vail! With recent snowstorms bringing over a foot of snow in the lead up to opening day and over 1,150 acres of open terrain, it was already clear that it was going to be a good one. Then the snow started falling at 8am and didn’t let up throughout the day, making for fresh powder and soft groomers all day long.Read More»
Vail has become a live music destination, and summer is where this reputation for incredible concerts really shines. The gorgeous setting and temperate weather make for a perfect setting to enjoy a wide array of musical styles – from bluegrass to classical, rock to reggae, pops to chamber music, the hills are alive with the sound of music each summer in Vail.
Here’s a sampling of what’s in store:Read More»
We’re kicking off summer with one of the most highly anticipated events of the year: the GoPro Mountain Games, June 4 – 7! The country’s largest celebration of adventure sports, music, and the mountain lifestyle, with events ranging from the Steep Creek Kayak Championship to the Bouldering World Cup, mountain biking, Dock Dog competitions, and more.
The Vail Ski and Snowboard School is renowned for its excellence, and the cornerstone of that reputation is the instructors themselves. From ex-NFL players to former Olympians to long-time Vail locals, in this series we introduce you to just a sampling of this widely diverse group of expert skiers and riders.
Laura Landre is from Canandaigua, New York and is a ski instructor based out of Vail Village.Read More»
Gabe Del Rossi is from Stow, Massachusetts and teaches skiing out of Vail Village.Read More»
What a season at Vail. We started the year strong with good early season snowfall, racking up 13 feet by the end of December. The momentum continued with incredible events, including the 2015 World Alpine Championships! Whether you were here in person or in spirit, we thank you for being a part of Vail.Read More»
Some snowy weather, free concerts and a weekend full of celebrations: it’s Spring Back to Vail 2015!Read More»