Looking to explore Vail Mountain this winter? Here’s our list trails – some historic, some just crowd favorites – that top long time Vail skier and rider must-do lists season after season.
Hiking and biking trail closures this week in Vail due to helicopter work on Avanti Express Lift (#2)
UPDATED JULY 30: Gondola One and the Eagle Bahn Gondola will open on time at 9:30am and all hiking and biking trails on Vail Mountain (excluding Ridge Route and Radio Flyer) are now open.
UPDATED JULY 29:
When you come to Vail, there are certain boxes you have to check: 1) ride the gondola, 2) head to a show at Ford Amphitheater, 3) explore Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, 4) enjoy the dining and shopping in town. While these are all some of our favorite activities, they only just begin to scratch the service of what Vail’s summer season has to offer.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»
Vail has become a live music destination, and summer is where this reputation for incredible concerts really shines. The gorgeous setting and temperate weather make for a perfect setting to enjoy a wide array of musical styles – from bluegrass to classical, rock to reggae, pops to chamber music, the hills are alive with the sound of music each summer in Vail.
Here’s a sampling of what’s in store:Read More»