What makes Chair #2 Mid Mountain Legendary? Chair #2 is often overlooked as simply being a method of transportation to other areas of the mountain, but it also has some Legendary terrain of it’s own. With kid’s adventure zones like Chaos Canyon, and Porcupine Alley, this is a kid-approved area!Read More»
Wow – what a spectacular weekend it was in Vail for the Burton US Open. It started off with a powder day on Thursday, and then for the 5th year in a row, beautiful weather was had throughout the competition finals!Read More»
What makes Northwoods Legendary?
One of the most popular areas of Vail Mountain, Northwoods offers easy access to some of the best terrain on Vail Mountain. This area can be ridden all day! The lift ride is quick, is the first to open, and the last to close for the day. Speaking of lift rides (pending Forest Service approval), Chair #11 will be upgraded to a six pack for the 2017-18 season, reducing wait times and increasing uphill capacity by 25%. For the early morning powder seekers, Northwoods is the place to go. It offers terrain of varying steepness and difficulty, and suitable for all types of skiing, whether you enjoy the open fields of Northstar, or the tree skiing in Snag Park.Read More»
The weather looks flawless and you’ve got a three-day weekend. There’s only one possible way you’re going to spend your day: enjoying a picture perfect day skiing. You hit the road early and beeline for first chair; cruise up to the gondola, only to find that you had the same idea as other people.Read More»
Like a dream dressed in endless blues and whites. Like an adventure for the refined at heart. Like a fountain of youth for the soul.Read More»
While January has been a deep month for Vail snow totals, Sunday, January 22 took things to a whole other level!Read More»