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Spring Skiing – all About Timing

Mar. 22, 2017

By Janet Lawrence

This is Vail and IT’S TIME FOR SPRING SKIING!

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Mogul Lover’s Guide to Vail

Mar. 21, 2017

By: Heidi Kloser

Spring is here and it is probably my favorite time of the year to get out and ski some bumps. Skiing Vail and the bumps on Vail, is fantastic!

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Vail’s Legendary Terrain: Blue Sky Basin

Mar. 21, 2017

What makes Blue Sky Basin Legendary? For those who haven’t experienced Blue Sky Basin yet, what are you waiting for? A guest & locals favorite, Blue Sky Basin provides a skiing experience like nothing else on Vail Mountain.  It is where you will truly find nature, where you will feel small on our huge mountain.

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Pink Vail – Survive and Thrive

Mar. 20, 2017

Survive and Thrive

Pink Vail Supports Shaw Regional Cancer Center’s Spirit of Survival Program

March 25th, 2017. 

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Vail’s Legendary Terrain: Game Creek Bowl

Mar. 20, 2017

What makes Game Creek Bowl Legendary? Game Creek bowl is the easiest to access of Vail’s 7 Back Bowls & provides 200+ acres terrain for all ability levels! From wide sweeping green trails, to advanced gladed terrain, Game Creek Bowl truly has something for everyone.

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Pink Vail 2017 – March 25th

Mar. 15, 2017

 Join us for Pink Vail  on March 25, 2017.  Everyone has been affected by cancer in some way. People run, walk and grow facial hair for cancer. In Vail, we ski! Pink Vail is a fundraiser that brings nearly 3,000 people, dressed in pink, together on Vail Mountain for an all-day event with live music, deck parties, costume contest and more.
 
Pink Vail proceeds benefit all patients at Shaw Regional Cancer Center through improvements to patient care and by funding our Spirit of Survival program, providing all patients the opportunity to receive free exercise training, nutrition coaching, emotional support, massages, acupuncture, outdoor adventures and much more. These unique services can dramatically impact a patient’s quality of life, but are not typically covered by insurance.
 
In 2016, Spirit of Survival provided patients with 2,768 fitness sessions; 450 wellness and exercise classes; 583 counseling sessions; 525 massage, reiki and acupuncture sessions; 423 nutrition consultations, as well as hundreds of group hikes, ski days, hut trips, cooking demos, art classes and educational lectures. Funds also supported 16 patients through the cancer center’s new Slim for Survival program.
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Walking a Mile in a Mom’s Ski Boots

Mar. 9, 2017

Walking a Mile in a Mom’s Ski Boots….. Do Ski instructors REALLY know how utterly daunting, it can be to send your kid to ski school for the first time?

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