Ski and Snowboard School
Ben Donnelly is from Hollis, New Hampshire and teaches out of the Golden Peak Adaptive Ski School.Read More»
Does your mouth water with the thought of skiing or riding on wide-open, groomed runs where you can carve clean arcs on pristine corduroy? Here is a list of the top 10 trails across Vail Mountain for choice groomed terrain to practice your carving skills.
“How do I use my poles?” is a question we get from many of our guests and the answer is not as easy as one might think. Ski poles have many uses when skiing and the following will give you a simple idea of just how you can use them to your advantage.Read More»
New to skiing or snowboarding and visiting Vail for the first time? The mountain’s size can initially be intimidating, and while the ski runs might be longer than what one would encounter at other ski areas, there are plenty of places where beginners can cruise along comfortably. So click into those skis, strap into that snowboard and get ready to enjoy the views and groomed terrain while exploring the mountain. (Click here for the Intermediate guide and here for the expert guide)Read More»
8 year old Kira Hower skiing in the aspens of Vail
Why do kids love being a part of the Vail Development Team? 8 year old Kira Hower gives us the inside scoop on what her typical DEVO day is like – between adventuring around Vail Mountain and feasting on mac and cheese, what’s NOT to love?Read More»
1) What is DEVO?
DEVO aka the Vail Development Team is a season long ski and snowboard program that caters to our younger weekend guests.Read More»