Vail’s 51st season has its grand opening tomorrow, November 22, at 9am. It is looking to be a strong opening weekend, as the skies in the last few weeks have dropped a hefty 54” of snow on the mountain. In addition, snowmaking crews at Vail have been busy augmenting this fresh fluff with a sturdy layer of snow in high traffic areas, and grooming it to Vail’s typical perfect corduroy. All of these forces combine to make for a fantastic formula for opening day!
Simba Run Vail Condominiums announced today that it has completed a $5 million exterior renovation as part of its 30 year anniversary celebration. The renovation included new windows and all exterior surfaces of the complex.
Vail’s finest mountaintop adventure experience has just been upgraded. After much research and planning, the brand new Zip Runner zipline is finally open at Adventure Ridge, on top of Vail Mountain. This new zip line
is the the highest in altitude of any zip line in the Vail Valley, and is all the rage for kids and families looking for an exciting adventure right outside the back door in Vail!
Family vacations can be so much fun when you have the right mix of activities for your kids, restaurants that are family friendly, and at the end of the day, a good place for everyone to rest and relax.
2013 marks the 25th Anniversary of one of the most beloved events of the Vail Valley summer season.
Every summer, Vail celebrates Americana in its purest form at Vail America Days over Fourth of July. Four full days of Independence Day activities make up the vibrant atmosphere of this multi-day celebration, and serve as the pinnacle of Vail’s summer season.
The 26th season of the Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival gets underway June 28th at the newly renovated Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater with a packed schedule of big outdoor concerts and small intimate soirees, all in the name of celebrating fabulous orchestral compositions across centuries.
It’s our favorite time of the ski season- the days are long, the sun is warm and the mountain is blessed with some of the most f
un snow of the year. It’s an amazing time to be in Vail not only because the spring skiing and sunny après-ski are so hot, but also because Vail’s sale season is on fire!
It started as a small, grassroots festival 10 short years ago, the spirited idea of brothers Scott and Sean Cross
, who were aspiring filmmakers and had family ties to the Vail Valley.