Early season snowfall made for a great opening weekend at Vail! Here’s what skiers and riders had to say about conditions, terrain openings and what makes Opening Day at Vail special.Read More»
We asked people why they choose the Epic Pass and how they use it. From Colorado locals who traveled to Tahoe for the first time on their Epic Pass to Denver’s “Over the Hill” ski club to families, skiers and riders agreed that the unlimited skiing and riding at 11 different ski resorts made the Pass an unbeatable value.
Guests skiing and riding at Vail during the holidays talk about the conditions, the food at The 10th, and the gondola.
Just after the opening for the season, we went out to see how our guests have been enjoying their first visits to Vail this year. From Londoners to CU Boulder students to locals and visitors from Connecticut and Minnesota, hear what they had to say about their first turns of the season at Vail!
Vail Unscripted host Robbie had so much fun on March 16th talking to people on the mountain that we sent him out again a few days later. It may have had something to do with all the free food he was offered. In any case, he talked to a family on Spring Break, a future pond skimming contestant, and the owner of an impressive smorgasbord. Spring in Vail usually means soft snow, warm sun and on mountain picnics and this is no exception!
March 16, 2012: Vail skiers and snowboarders go all out on the free patios and grilling locations. We talk to the makers of bacon wrapped asparagus, find out what happens when you get your pass scanned for the 100th time of the season, and learn why people love spring skiing at Vail in the sun
We talk to some students who have skipped school to ski, a first timer on telemark skis, and a group enjoying the 4 inches that fell overnight on Chair 2 Avanti Express.Read More»