The new American Airlines flight schedule between Los Angeles (LAX) and Vail/Eagle County Airport (EGE) has just been released – making it easier than ever before for Australians to ski Vail and Beaver Creek!
The Aussie-friendly timing works out so that you can ski the same day as arrival and departure – hands down the best cure for jet lag.
My summer in Vail hasn’t been all rivers, and mountains, and slackline lessons. Part of having America’s Best Summer Job means experiencing all Vail has to offer—and that includes the food. In fact, dining out in Vail might be one of the best perks of the job. Read More»
I’m a month into America’s Best Summer Job and I’d like to think I’ve begun to understand a few things about summer life in Vail. And one of those things is gear. People love their gear in the mountains and—almost more than during winter—summertime means one can amass quite a lot of stuff.Read More»
Congratulations to America’s Best Summer Job Winner, Benjamin Solomon of Brooklyn, NY!
Benjamin will be escaping the heat of the city to experience all that Vail has to offer this summer – concerts, events, festivals, hiking, biking, rafting, fishing and more. He’ll also be calling the hotels of Vail home while he keeps track of his adventures through blogs, videos and social media (#VailBen).Read More»
The 2013/14 season is coming to a close and there are plenty of reasons to celebrate! From the incredible snow conditions to the spectacular roster of events, the 51st season at Vail has been a great one.
Planning to join us on Closing Day this Sunday, April 20th? Here’s the low-down on what to expect:Read More»
Don’t miss it! Spring Back to Vail is the largest end of season celebration in the Rocky Mountains. This year’s festivities span over two weekends including free live concerts, the World Pond Skimming Championships presented by Red Bull, Bud Light après after-dark parties, Red Bull Great Race 2.0, base area giveaways, and so much more!
Lieutenant Nathan Rimpf cruises down Lindsey’s with the Vail Veterans Program.
On July 8th, 2012, while serving in Afghanistan, U.S. 1st Army Lieutenant Nathan Rimpf stepped on an improvised explosive device (IED). While injured from the IED, the Lieutenant was able to remain calmly in control and effectively move his unit to a safer area of the grounds. It wasn’t until after his unit was in a more secured environment that Lieutenant Rimpf acknowledged his legs were severely injured.Read More»