Nestled in the breathtaking beauty and majesty of the Rocky Mountains, Vail, Colorado is a magnificent vacation and ski destination for your soul. A blend of high-alpine adventure and charming village ambiance, Vail is a spectacular vacation oasis blessed with endless recreational, cultural and spiritual adventures - from fluffy slopes to wilderness trails to music festivals that rock the Rockies. Reaching 11,570 feet into the clouds, Vail Mountain is a skiing and hiking dreamscape for year-round adventure and romance. For more information on Vail Mountain activities and attractions, visit www.vail.com.
Vail Ski Resort - A Winter Wonderland -
The largest ski mountain in America, Vail Ski Resort is a breathtaking alpine oasis for winter sports and high-altitude adventure. Vail Mountain offers over 5,289 acres of powdery paradise, including 193 ski trails, 33 lifts, 7 open bowls, terrain parks, and mind-blowing runs, glades, chutes, and moguls for extraordinary skiing experiences in the Rocky Mountains. Vail Mountain features three distinct skiing experiences - the Front-side, the Back Bowls and Blue Sky Basin - for downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing, tubing, dog sledding, and ice skating. Vail Mountain is the host of the American Ski Classic, the country's most popular pro/am ski event which brings together ski legends and sports and entertainment celebrities for friendly races and fun on the slopes.
Vail Mountain Adventures -
During the beautiful spring and summer Vail Mountain is rugged alpine playground for endless adventure and recreation. Surrounded by the White River National Forest, Vail Mountain is a spectacular destination for hiking, downhill mountain biking, climbing, horseback riding, backpacking, kayaking, fishing, boating, river rafting, wildlife watching and golfing. Vail Mountain offers amazing hiking trails and wilderness areas where you can explore the waterfalls, wildlife and wildflowers. A whitewater sanctuary, Vail offers Class I to Class V rapids on the Eagle River, Colorado River and Arkansas River.
Vail Village - The Base of Vail Mountain -
Bordered by the snow-capped serenity of the Vail Mountains, Vail Village is a charming Bavarian-style village with shops, art galleries, restaurants, outdoor patios, cafes, bars, clubs, music venues, spas and condos - all easily accessible via miles of recreational paths and a free bus system. Mountain Plaza in Vail Village is the site of a new base lodge, home to the illustrious Vail Snowsports School, ticket offices, an outdoor patio and a lounge area, where you can relax by a cozy fire and enjoy apre ski drinks. The lively streets of Vail Village are home to fun events and festivals, including Taste of Vail and the Vail Farmer's Market.
Vail Mountain - Lionshead Village -
Nestled at the base of the Vail Ski Resort, Lionshead Village is a Vail Mountain resort and a quaint village with restaurants, shops, bars and access to the mountain's skiing, snowboarding and outdoor adventures. An alpine paradise, this charming Euro-style village offers the Lionshead Vail Gondola - the only one in Vail - that takes you to the top of Eagle's Nest where you can ski and experience jaw-dropping scenery of the Colorado Rockies.
Vail Mountain Resort Condos -
Enjoy a relaxing vacation at Vail International, a peaceful Vail Mountain resort with stylishly decorated and furnished condos with balconies, WiFi, and breathtaking views of Vail Mountain. This family-style Vail mountain resort - a short, free shuttle from Vail Mountain and Vail Village - features an inviting lobby with a fireplace, heated outdoor pool and hot tub, fitness center, sauna and steam rooms, and passionate service for incredible Vail Mountain getaways. Book the Vail Ski Package and Vail Festival Package.