Discover just how epic life can be with Vail’s newest summer experience, Epic Discovery. Get your activities passes now at Vail.com/epicdiscovery and experiences Vail’s new on-mountain summer activities.Read More»
Do you want to soar like an eagle? Travel through the forest canopy like a squirrel? Find out if you’re as strong as a bear? See the world through the eyes of a trout? This summer, Vail will embark on a new adventure with the debut of Epic Discovery.Read More»
The launch of Epic Discovery is just around the corner and Vail Mountain’s ultimate playground is about to become that much more fun! If you’re ready to immerse yourself in nature, challenge yourself with thrilling activities like the Forest Flyer, Game Creek Aerial Adventure, ziplines and adventure courses, we’ve got the summer adventure for you. Learn more about all of Epic Discovery’s thrilling summer activities. They’re sure to challenge you, thrill you and show you how summer-time should be spent.Read More»
The weather is warming, flowers are blooming, trails are drying out and we’re firing up the gondolas! Vail Mountain will operate Gondola One for a limited opening weekend, June 3-5 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., with limited offerings at the Mid-Vail area. Hiking trails and mountain biking trails will not be open during opening weekend, but join us for a scenic gondola ride and take in the first sight of Vail’s stunning summer views.Read More»
Watch professional rock climber and World Cup Competitor, Sierra Blair-Coyle compete in the GoPro Mountain Games. Don’t miss Sierra and the rest of this year’s incredible athletes competing in Vail at the GoPro Mountain Games this June 9-12. For more informational on the IFC World Cup rock climbing competition and other GoPro Mountain Games athletes, visit www.mountaingames.com.Read More»
Contributed by Kristin Yantis
Donny Shefchik of Paragon Guides shares some of his favorite hikes in Vail.
Home to nearly 200 miles of trails, Vail offers a plethora of hiking experiences to choose from on Vail Mountain and throughout the surrounding Gore and Sawatch mountain ranges.Read More»