Time to head outside after feasting on Thanksgiving! This year, we are happy to have a full plate of activities available at Adventure Ridge. Read on for details about mountaintop activitites, terrain updates, Ski and Snowboard School openings, and on mountain dining options!Read More»
As opening day approaches Nov. 22, more and more people are strapping on their skins and snowshoes and heading up the mountain. Your cooperation with Vail Ski Patrol and U.S. Forest Service’s guidelines for safely skinning and hiking up Vail Mountain are what make the opportunity possible.
Update 11/14/13: There will be a public meeting at the Minturn Holy Cross Ranger Station Weds, Nov 20th, read on for more info.
A few key pointers for early season:Read More»
When leaves start changing in September, skiers, riders and even patrol dogs know that the first rounds of snow were on their way. With 40 inches of snow by Nov.4, this is how Vail turns from a summer playground to a winter wonderland. Video features Joel Gratz of OpenSnow, Buzz Schleper of Buzz’s Boards and […]Read More»
Planning a visit to Vail? We’ll let you in on a little secret…there are times each season when prices are lower and the mountain is quieter.Read More»
From airport to snow in 40 minutes. That’s quicker than most commutes to work. It’s no wonder that seats on the non-stop flights from LAX to Vail fill up quickly. Plus, with great lodging deals and transportation options, you’ll be sure to find the right place to stay, whether you need the highest luxury or a family friendly condo near the slopes.Read More»
Photo courtesy of rebuildjamestown.org
It was as simple as reading an e-mail and signing up. When we first heard of the flooding back in September we wanted to help.Read More»
If you haven’t visited Vail over the last five years, you may be surprised to see the changes. Some call it a renaissance, others welcome the improvements. While many classic spots such as The Lodge at Vail and the Red Lion are still here, Lionshead has undergone a complete transformation, and the Vail Village base […]Read More»