Elbow Room for Everyone

Vail Mountain boasts 5289 acres, 7 miles of front side terrain, 7 back bowls and 300 days of sunshine. Vail’s annual average snowfall of 346", fresh powder and wide open trails deliver an alpine skiing experience second to none. Home to one of the finest snowsports school in the world, Vail Mountain is committed to offering the best technology, facilities and professionals.

Nordic Adventures

Play all day and well into the night at Adventure Ridge with ski bikes, kids snowmobile track, a slippery slope of rip-roaring tubing lanes and more. A snow park the size of a football stadium on top of the mountain. The Nordic Sports Center offers a backcountry Snowshoe or XC tour in the beautiful White River National Forest.

The Town of Vail

Vail is different from most Colorado ski towns. Vail was patterned after the European town of Zermatt. Cozy, with extensive pedestrian areas, as you walk leisurely down the quaint cobble stone streets, the Gore Range mountains provide a stunning back drop.

Shop, DROP & DINE

World-class shopping for the skier, the fashionista, the gourmet and the outdoor enthusiast in Vail Village and the new Vail Square in Lionshead. In addition, the restaurant choices are as varied as the trails. From the finest European cuisines with award winning wine lists to Brats and local brews, from Game Creek Club to Wildflower at the Lodge at Vail, there is dining to fit every palate.

Summer Spectacular

Vail Valley offers the best of the Rocky Mountain lifestyle. Long sunny days filled with mountain biking, golf, horseback riding, hiking, tennis, kayaking and flyfishing. Cool nights for dining on your deck or a stroll home from dinner along Gore Creek.

Summer Events and Activities for the Whole Family

From acclaimed music and dance festivals, concerts under the stars and a farmers market, Vail is vibrant and diverse in every season. From jazz to dance to concerts under the stars, there's always something happening.

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