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»
Fight cancer with Pink Vail on April 5th, to benefit the Shaw Regional Cancer Center.Read More»
Announced today, the partnership between Verbier, Switzerland, Les 3 Vallées, France and Vail Resorts has been renewed for the 2014/2015 season!Read More»
Announcing today a new exciting partnership with Niseko, Japan that will further add to the resorts you can ski or ride with the Epic Season Pass. Five complimentary consecutive days at Niseko United are available for new and renewing 2014-2015 Epic Season Pass holders and Vail Resorts employees! Read on for more details…Read More»
It’s no secret – when the snow report is good, skiers and snowboarders flock to Vail for the miles of trails, light snow, the Back Bowls, and Blue Sky Basin. You might have seen pictures on social media of lift lines on powder days that can look big and scary. Fear not – we’re here to help you avoid pinch points, pick a route without lift lines, and get the most out of that new snow. Here are the top 6 ways to make the most of a Vail powder day.Read More»
Conditions on Friday, January 10th
Winter 2013/14 has been very good to Vail with over 13.3 ft/ 4 meters of snow falling so far this season, including an early January to remember!Read More»
This weekend not only marks the opening of Golden Peak Terrain Park and the 22′ Superpipe but the kickoff to Vail Safety Month.