No, it’s not a joke. We really do mow the runs at Vail Mountain.
Curious what it’s like to visit Vail in November and mid-December?
Here’s a taste: events abound, there are more affordable lodging options, quieter slopes and a friendly, slower-paced vibe in town. Snow conditions can vary quite a bit from season to season, so we caught up with meteorologist Joel Gratz gives to get his take on the long-range forecast.Read More»
Experience a day in and around Vail, Co: from sunrise to star-filled sky. All locations are either in Vail or can be accessed from hiking trails that originate in the Vail Valley. Locations include Deluge Lake, Shrine Pass, Gore Lake, China Wall, Pitkin Lake, Booth Lake, Piney Lake, Upper Piney Lake, Bald Mountain, Back Bowls (China Wall), Vail Village, Lost Lake, North Trail, and Buffer Creek.Read More»
What a season at Vail. We started the year strong with good early season snowfall, racking up 13 feet by the end of December. The momentum continued with incredible events, including the 2015 World Alpine Championships! Whether you were here in person or in spirit, we thank you for being a part of Vail.Read More»
Photo from March 2, 2015 by Vail Snow Reporter Ricardo Moreno Contro.
A series of storm systems have been delivering incredible conditions at Vail since Friday, February 21. With snow piling up during the last week of February and more in the forecast through Wednesday, you have to get to Vail.
Read on to see some of the best videos and photos from this last week at Vail.Read More»