Beyond skiing, there are plenty of other things to do in Vail. Off the mountain, Vail’s villages provide top notch lodging, and dining. Properties include ski-in, ski-out and sweeping views of the surrounding peaks. Restaurants range from casual family joints to five-star menus by top chefs. Non-skiers (and skiers seeking a day away from the hill) will have no problem filling their Vail vacation with spa treatments, dog sledding, sleigh rides, snow tubing, shopping, and more.
Summer in Vail is just as captivating as the winter. Spend a day on the greens at the Vail Golf Club. Ride the gondola up the slopes and explore Vail’s ski trails when they are covered in wildflowers instead of in snow. Hop on a road bike and take on the switchbacks of Vail Pass. Or experience one of the many guided adventures around Vail, including whitewater rafting, horseback riding, and fly fishing. Families with little ones will enjoy Adventure Ridge, where mini golf, an aerial challenge course, and motor tours are just some of the fun!
Tucked in heart of Colorado, the resort town of Vail has become synonymous with unrivaled skiing and snowboarding. With 5,289 acres, 7 bowls, 193 trails, and 31 lifts, Vail is unparalleled in the ski industry. Whether it’s easy groomed runs, steep powder runs, moguls, glades, or terrain park features, the mountain has something for everyone and delivers incredible snow year after year.