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.
Make memories this spring break in Vail. This time of year, This time of year, Vail boasts warmer, sun-filled days that inspire and excite you, whether you’re skiing all day or exploring Vail Village. Start dreaming about your upcoming visit with this itinerary we’ve crafted for you and everyone in your group, so you can plan your days and maximize your time on and off the mountain. Get ready to make memories with your loved ones through activities you can only experience in Vail.Read More»
Vail is open for skiing 150 days a year on average. So, why limit your trips to the holiday season and spring break?
With fewer visitors, better conditions, deals on accommodation, and longer, bluebird days, an off-peak getaway to Vail delivers great value and world-class skiing and riding. For the best deals, think late January, Super Bowl weekend, the second half of February and most of March. So, round up your best buddies or partner in crime and plan your escape. You’ll soak up a secret side of Vail that’s all yours.Read More»
Vail Mountain Expands Terrain in the Back Bowls
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.Read More»
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.
Make memories with your family this spring break in Vail. This time of year, This time of year, Vail boasts warmer, sun-filled days that inspire and excite you, whether you’re skiing all day or exploring Vail Village. Start dreaming about your upcoming visit with this itinerary we’ve crafted for you, so you can plan your days and maximize your time on and off the mountain. Get ready to make memories with your loved ones through activities you can only experience in Vail.Read More»
Top Five Reasons Why You Should Attend Skadi Vail Women’s Ski and Snowboard Fest
1. Customized guided mountain experience with top female Vail pros and reap the benefits of quicker lift access on MLK Weekend!
2. The demo experience is like shopping for clothes, except the fitting room stretches over 5,ooo acres and trying on skis or snowboards is way more fun.
3. Skadi is the Norse goddess of winter, which means she’s a powerful, graceful badass…just like you.
4. Skadi Vail includes a Saturday evening signature party with awesome raffle prizes, nibbles, sips and entertainment. Who doesn’t love that?
5. You kick off your day on the mountain with yoga, where you can store anything for the day before walking across the street to the demo village
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