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Vail [36] is a U.S. ski resort town set in the Rocky Mountains. Vail is located in the Northwestern region of the state of Colorado. It is 100 miles west of Denver and 35 miles (56 km) east of Eagle.

Understand[edit]

Vail is roughly divided into four zones: West Vail, Lionshead, Vail Village, and East Vail. Most tourist activities are in Lionshead and Vail Village. Both locations have visitor centers with maps and information. The town has two distinct tourist seasons: winter, where the primary attractions are skiing and snowboarding, and summer.

Get in[edit]

Two emblems of the Vail Valley -- the Clock Tower with the Gore Range in the background

By car[edit]

I-70 is a direct route into Vail. It's exactly 100 miles from Denver and about 130 miles from Denver International Airport. During peak times, I-70 can get very congested, and it is not unheard of for a trip from Vail to Denver to take three hours or more. Peak times are weekend afternoons (2-6 p.m.) both in the summer and winter. Plan accordingly and either leave in the morning, or leave Vail after 5 p.m. in the winter. If you do leave after dusk, however, be warned that road conditions can get icy. If you are from a major metropolitan area, the drive may also seem very dark to you with virtually no highway lighting and no reflectors on the roadway. Due to the darkness, high beam laws are often ignored. You can get a snapshot of travel conditions on the Colorado Highway Patrol web site [37].

If you are not experienced with winter driving conditions, you may want to think twice about traveling to Vail by rental car. Although most of the time you'll find the highway dry and perfectly fine, when it snows, the road can get nasty. The ride from Denver takes you from 5,280' to the Eisenhower pass/tunnel at over 11,000'. After a steep drop to Silverthorne at 8,750', I-70 winds through Officer's Gulch, which is notorious for black ice conditions, high winds, and white out conditions when the weather is severe. I-70 then climbs over Vail Pass at 10,650' before the drop to the Vail Valley floor at 8,120'.

If you are uncomfortable driving in the severe conditions that may occur on this drive, it is recommended that you spend a little extra money and employ one of the private charter services available in the Vail Valley. Scheduled and chartered services are available from Denver International Airport and Eagle County Regional Airport. Note that although some Denver based companies also offered chartered service to Vail, their drivers often have limited experience in severe weather. Many Denver charter companies also use all season tires in the winter. If you do a little research, you should be able to find a reputable Vail based company that uses studded snow tires during the winter.

Champagne Powder Day on Vail Mountain

By plane[edit]

Most visitors fly into Vail/Eagle County Airport (IATA EGE) or Denver International Airport (IATA DEN). If you fly into Denver, you might think about renting a car, but you should be warned that the 100+ mile trip from Denver takes you over two mountain passes at elevations of 11,000 and 10,600 feet. The safest way to get from Denver Airport to Vail is to take a private chartered service such as Black Diamond Private Transportation that employs experienced drivers that are familiar with the drive and road conditions.

Note that Vail/Eagle County Airport is still about 35 miles from Vail. A shared ride in a van from the airport to Vail will cost you about $70 per person. If you are traveling with your family or in a group, there are a number of private charter services that are also available. These are often more convenient than a shared ride service since they transport you door to door. Although you might think about renting a car, parking is expensive in Vail, and most everything is in walking distance or a short ride away on the town's extensive free bus system. Another option from Eagle Airport is to use the county bus system (ECO). The bus stop can be difficult to find. Exit the airport out the front door, make a right, and walk about 100 feet to the bus stop. The bus takes about 80 minutes. It runs from Eagle airport through most of the towns and goes to the Vail Transportation Center. The cost in 2011 was $4 each way.

By bus[edit]

Several carriers offer limo, van, or bus service to and from Aspen, Denver, and other cities in Colorado ($300 one-way), or the Eagle Vail airport ($100 one-way). Greyhound will be the cheapest at $26-38 one-way with advance purchase.

By shuttle[edit]

  • Peak 1 Express, +1 970 724-7241, [38]. Provides shuttle service between Vail and Denver International Airport.

Get around[edit]

If you are staying in Vail or Lionshead, having a car will be more hindrance (parking fees) than a value. The town is set up so you can walk between most places and the slopes. There is also a free shuttle that will take you to the immediate surroundings as well as up to Beaver Creek.

By car[edit]

A Cassin's Finch clings to a feeder at the Vail Nature Center in Ford Park.

Most major car-rental firms are located in Denver and Vail airports. If you are coming from outside of Vail to ski, you can park on site. It will cost about $25 (2010) per day. Arrive early (before 9 a.m.) on busy days and you won't have problems. There are two parking garages, one in Vail Village and one in Lionshead. The Lionshead garage is the shortest walk to the slopes. If the garages do fill up, you may park on the road. The problem is that they don't let you park on the road until BOTH garages are filled. During the summer season, the garages are free.

For those doing child care, there is also ($25/day) valet parking at Golden Peak. It's cheaper to park at the main Vail garage and walk (5 mins). Most hotels in Vail will provide you with a free shuttle, just ask before you arrive. You can rent large passenger vans for groups with Switchback Van Rental [39].

By bus[edit]

The town runs a free bus service that connects all zones with the center of town. Schedules vary by season. For current schedules see: [40].

See[edit][add listing]

  • Colorado Ski and Snowboard Museum, [41] - Currently undergoing renovations and scheduled to re-open for 2017-18 ski season.
  • Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, [42] - The highest elevation botanical garden in the world. Free, donations accepted.

Do[edit][add listing]

The Eagle Bahn Gondola transports people to the top of Vail Mountain in both summer and winter.

Winter sports[edit]

Ski/Snowboard Lift tickets were $116 in 2012. Possible options for saving money include:

  • Websites snow.com or vail.com have seven day advance internet purchases with highly discounted rates.
  • The Epic Pass provides unlimited slope access at Breckenridge, Keystone, and Arapahoe Basin, as well as 10 days of access to the lifts at Vail or Beaver Creek. The Epic Pass costs around $500. It is blacked out on certain dates and must be bought at the beginning of the season.
  • Some users have been able to find discounts on Ebay. For example, for $10 you can buy a 2 for 1 coupon that was issued somewhere in the country. However, there have been counterfeits reported, so your mileage may vary.
  • If you have friends in Vail, and they have a season pass, they get five "Buddy Passes" that allow you to ski for ~$80 a day.

To avoid long lines, try to get on the mountain a little earlier (before 9:30 am) than everyone else. You can stay ahead of the crowds and never wait in a line more than five minutes. Here are some suggested tips:

  • Start at Golden Peak and take the lift past the first drop off to the top. Get off and take lift 11 (Northwoods) to the very top of the mountain. From there, drop into China Bowl or go off to Blue Sky basin. Come back to the front after noon, and you'll see a lot of the mountain.
  • If starting at Vail Village, if the Vista-Bahn is really full, take the little two seater chair up. They do not run the two seater chair except for races. Ski over to Golden Peak and follow the same instructions from above.
  • If starting at Lionshead, don't wait for the gondola, take the quad chair. Ski over to the far side (the far side can be LOTS shorter) of lift 2 and up.
  • Avoid Chair 4 from mid-Vail as it is always crowded. Chair 11 can get crowded as well. Check the status boards for the back bowl lift and game creek bowl lifts before going into each as they can fill up, and there is only one chair in each bowl.

Ski and snowboard equipment rental Vail resort has a huge range of ski and snowboard rental options. Vail's village is spread over a huge area from Lionshead, Vail Village, and Golden Peak, so it is best to source your ski or snowboard rental close to your hotel or even better, close to the lifts. Here are just a few of the many ski rental stores found in Vail:

  • Aalta Sports‎
  • Breeze Ski Rentals (Lionshead)
  • Black Tie Ski Rentals
  • Charter Sports
  • Christy Sports
  • Double Diamond Ski Shop (Lionshead)
  • Gravity Jones Ski Werks‎
  • Pepi Sports‎
  • Ski Base Inc‎.
  • Troy's Ski Shop‎
  • Vail Mountain Adventure Center‎
  • Vail Sports
  • Rentskis
  • Burton - Arrabelle (snowboards)
  • One Track Mind (snowboards)

You can also book your Vail ski or snowboard rental online before you leave, possibly saving you time in the rental store and even some money as most offer discounts for pre-booking. Here are the main ski rentals stores that offer online booking service:

  • Black Tie - also offers full delivery service to your accommodation
  • Breeze Rentals
  • Charter Sports
  • Christy Sports
  • Double Diamond Ski Shop
  • Premier Ski Delivery - also offers full delivery service to your accommodation
  • Rentskis
Located at the base of the ski slopes, Pirate Ship Park has delighted generations of children in Vail.

Child care Vail has an excellent child care center for all ages of kids. For babies to toddlers, the nursery provides great, on mountain care. It is recommended that you book early for the nursery (like a month before you get there). They do fill up. Travel Vail Baby [43] provides quality baby and toddler equipment rental including - but not limited to - cribs, strollers, high chairs, car seats, hiking backpacks, pack-n-plays, swings, toys, humidifiers, and more. Rental items can be delivered anywhere in Vail, Beaver Creek, Bachelor Gulch, Arrowhead, Avon, Edwards, and Cordillera. Avoid the hectic security checkpoints and costly baggage fees and just bring the kids. The Ski School can teach kids as young as three to ski and give them a fun day, too. These options do not come cheap, but you get a good quality product and don't have to worry about your kids.

Ride the Gondola The Gondola is free for foot traffic after 3:30pm. Before 3:30 p.m., the ticket price is $30 for adults and $19 for children (2013). It is the only way to get the non-skiers and the kids up to the top before 3:30.

Adventure Ridge A fun place to bring kids or friends who don't like to ski. Activities include: ski-biking, kid's snowmobiling, and tubing.

Vail snowmobiling tours and rentals [44] Take a guided snowmobiling tour in Vail's back-country or set out atop Vail Pass on an unguided snowmobile rental.

Summer[edit]

Designers worked hard to maintain a European aesthetic to Lionshead condos and shops.

Gondola rides There are two gondolas in town, one in Vail Village (Gondola One) and one in Lionshead (Eagle Bahn Gondola). They generally run from early June to early October. Check the schedule as they may not run daily. In the summer of 2017, the adult (ages 13 and up) fare was $36 for a day pass good on both gondolas. Discounts are available for children (ages 4-12) and seniors (65+). You may bring a bicycle with you by paying for a bike haul ticket. At the top, scenic views, hiking, biking, dining, obstacle courses, and other activities are available. If you want a work out and want to save money, hike up to the top. The Gondola is always a free ride down! The hike will take you about 1-2 hours (depending on fitness). Take the Berry Picker trail from Lionshead or the Strawberry Lane trail from Vail Village.

Mountain biking In the summer season, mountain bike rentals and lift tickets are available for a reasonable cost. Ride the lift up to the top and bike your way down, taking in thrills, scenery, and encounters with wildlife. Trails are rated by difficulty and are well-maintained. It is certainly easy and fun to ride the gondola up and ride the bike down. Stores offering bike services include:

  • Vail Bike Tech [45] Located on the Lionshead Mall.
  • Venture Sports [46] Located in Avon. 970-949-1318
  • Mountain Pedaler of Vail [47]
  • Trail Action Group, [1]. Group that maintains trails for biking and hiking. A great way to help the trail system and meet local folks.  edit

Road cycling The town is bike friendly. There are several trails that will take you around town. The main roads leave room for cyclists.

Hiking There are trails throughout the town. Some are paved and shared with cyclists. Hiking maps are available at the visitor centers.

Rocky Mountain Scavenger Hunts [48] Get a group of 10 or more people for a scavenger hunt on bike, on foot, or even with the great turtle bus. Available in any season, for any occasion, and any age group. 970-445-8885

Piney Lake A gorgeous view awaits you if you brave the 12 mile dirt road up to the Piney Lake north of town. You can rent a boat at the Piney River Ranch, which also has dining and lodging accomodations [49].

Summer horseback riding at Piney River Ranch.

Rafting Vail is a great location to plan some rafting adventures. The Eagle River runs through the Vail Valley. It offers outstanding rafting during its short season (typically May and June, sometimes into July). The Colorado River is just down-valley and offers ample opportunity, especially during summer months because it has such a reliable water source. The stretch above and through Glenwood Springs is a favorite hot weather summer family ride. The Arkansas River is about an hour away and offers several famous whitewater stretches as well. Rafting companies in the Vail Valley include:

  • Lakota Guides [50] Based in Vail and offers rafting on the Eagle, Colorado, and Arkansas rivers. Door-to-door transportation from your hotel is usually included. Also offers UniMog off-road tours and night vision raft trips on the Upper Colorado. 970-845-RAFT
  • Nova Guides [51] Based between Vail and Leadville and offers trips on the Eagle, Colorado, and Arkansas rivers. Door-to-door transportation from your hotel is usually included. Also offers jeep tours and winter activities.
  • Timberline Tours [52] Based in the town of Eagle and offers trips on the Eagle, Colorado, and Arkansas rivers. Door-to-door transportation from your hotel is usually included. Also offers jeep tours. Also offers group chartered transportation services. Since the company uses its buses during the day for rafting trips, their seats may often be wet for early evening movements.

Rafting companies outside the Vail Valley include:

  • Whitewater Rafting, LLC [53] Located on the Colorado River down-valley in Glenwood Springs.
  • Breckenridge Whitewater Rafting, [54] Located in the Frisco-Dillon area and offers trips on the Arkansas, Eagle, and Colorado rivers. 800-507-7703
  • Colorado River Runs, [55] Vail area outfit. 800-826-1081
  • Rock Gardens Rafting, [56] Specializes in family float trips down the milder waters of the Colorado or Roaring Fork rivers. Also offers jeep tours on the nearby flat-tops.
  • Dvorak Expeditions, [57] Specializes in longer and multi-day trips in rivers across Colorado. They do yoga, classical music (a raft with a quartet goes along), and fly-fishing multi-day trips.

Golf The Vail Valley has half a dozen nice golf courses, including:

  • Eagle Ranch Golf Course, [58] An Arnold Palmer Signature Design. The course plays through the Brush Creek Valley and offers panoramic views of the Colorado Rockies on every hole.
  • Cotton Ranch Golf Club, [59]. A golf community that welcomes the public. There is a restaurant that serves lunch daily and dinner nightly.

Dude Ranches The Vail area has many places to ride horses such as:

  • Black Mountain Colorado Dude Ranch, [60]. Week long all inclusive vacations living on a full service Texas Longhorn cattle ranch north of Vail.

Buy[edit][add listing]

Vail has all your typical resort shops. These are located in Lionshead and Vail Village. One store that is uniquely Vail is the The Golden Bear [61], a jewelry store known for its line of jewelry featuring a Golden Bear. Vail also has a farmers' market and art show that runs on Sundays during the summer months in Vail Village. For standard grocery stores, head to West Vail. There is also a small market in East Vail.

Eat[edit][add listing]

Budget[edit]

  • Blue Sky Basin public BBQ. Grill your own food with the free public facilities  edit
  • Les Delices De France, 531 E Lionshead Cir Ste 6 Vail, CO 81657, (970) 476-1044. French deli in Lionshead  edit
  • Vail Grocery Delivery, Inside City Market Vail, [2]. Offers pre-arrival grocery delivery for guests staying in Vail and Beaver Creek.  edit
  • Wildwood shelter. Good value on the mountain with a good view. BBQ sandwiches, soups, and sides available.  edit

Mid-range[edit]

  • Bart & Yetis. Located in Lionshead Village, a short intown bus ride from the Covered Bridge.  edit
  • Blu's Restaurant, 4695 Racquet Club Drive, Vail, Colorado, 81657 (located in the Vail Racquet Club Mountain Resort in East Vail), (970) 476-3113, [3]. Opens nightly at 5:00 p.m.. Serves a variety of wine, soups, salads, sandwiches, appetizers, pizzas, and entrees.  edit
  • Pazzo's Pizza, [4]. A famous pizza joint in Vail.  edit
  • The Tap Room at Bridge Street, [5]. Located on the second floor of the Vista Bahn Building. The Tap Room typically has specials during the week such as all-you-can-eat wings--check the free local paper, The Vail Daily, for details.  edit
  • Vendetta's Italian Restaurant, [6]. Typical Italian food for about $20 a plate. This place has been in Vail for 20+ years.  edit

Splurge[edit]

  • Game Creek Restaurant, (Game Creek Bowl, in the back bowls of Vail Mountain), (970)754-4275, [8]. Winter: T-Sa 5:30-9:00 p.m. Summer: Th-Sa 5:30-8:30 p.m. Su Brunch 11 a.m.-2 p.m.. Reservations required. Modern-Bavarian style setting with a great view.  edit
  • Larkspur Restaurant, 458 Vail Valley DR., Vail, CO 81657, 970-754-8050, [9]. Contemporary American cuisine. Potato croutons highly recommended.  edit
  • La Tour, 122 East Meadow Dr., Vail, CO, 970-476-4403, [10]. 5-9:30 p.m.. French cuisine.  edit
  • Restaurant Kelly Liken, 12 Vail Rd., Suite 100, Vail, CO, 970-479-0175, [11]. American cuisine featuring ingredients that are harvested locally and in season.  edit
  • Sweet Basil, 193 Gore Creek Dr., Vail, CO 81657, 970-476-0125, [12]. Award winning restaurant serves lunch and dinner daily.  edit

Near Vail[edit]

Eagle-Vail[edit]

  • Route 6 Cafe, 41290 US HWY 6, Avon, CO 81620 (Eagle-Vail area, after the west Vail exit, take exit 171 off 1-70, turn left on route 6 for 1 mile, this is between Beaver Creek and Vail), [13]. Great local breakfast and lunch place, also a gas station. On weekends, the place fills up by 9 a.m.. Weekdays are usually no problem.  edit

Minturn[edit]

  • Minturn Saloon, 146 Main Street, Minturn, CO 81645, [14]. Mexican restaurant about 15 minutes drive from Vail. There may be a wait for dinner. Bar has a fireplace and serves margaritas.  edit

Edwards[edit]

  • Gas House, 34129 Highway 6, Edwards, CO (10 minutes west of Minturn), (970) 926-3613.  edit
  • Gore Range Brewery, 0105 Edwards Village Blvd., Edwards, CO 81632, 970.926.2739 (BREW), [15]. Open daily at 11:30 a.m.. Lively atmosphere and excellent beer and food  edit
  • Larkburger, 105 Edwards Village Blvd., Edwards, CO 81632, 970-926-9336, [16]. Daily 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.. Casual, order-at-the-counter burger joint. A Colorado chain with a very limited menu. Fries are highly recommended.  edit

Drink[edit][add listing]

  • The Club, (top of Bridge St.), +1-970-479-0556. Think fraternity party, that's The Club.  edit
  • Garfinkel's, (at the base of the gondola in Lionshead). Great deck to enjoy the afternoon sun.  edit
  • The George, (at the Covered Bridge, Vail Village). Good Irish style pub.  edit
  • The Red Lion, [17]. The place for apres ski in Vail. Get there early for an outside table.  edit

Sleep[edit][add listing]

Budget[edit]

Mid-range[edit]

  • Destination Resorts Vail, 610 West Lionshead Circle, +1-970-476-1350 (, fax: +1-970-476-1617), [18]. Offers ski lodging options including condo and vacation rentals, and amenities include skiing, biking, golf, shopping, and dining.  edit
  • Manor Vail Lodge, 595 East Vail Valley Drive, +1-800-950-8245, [19]. Offers ski lodging accommodations including rooms, suites, and condos, plus venues for weddings and meetings, dining facilities, and vacation packages.  edit
  • Lion Square Lodge at The Gondola, 660 West Lionshead Place, +1-800-525-1943, [20]. Property has hotel rooms and one, two, three, and five bedroom condominiums. Many choose Lion Square Lodge because of its ski-in/ski-out accommodations. It offers a pool, hot tubs, a sauna, fitness center, and free high-speed Internet.  edit
  • Montaneros Condominiums, 641 West Lionshead Circle, +1-800-525-1891, [21]. Property has one, two, thee, and four bedroom condominiums with full kitchens, a living room, a private balcony, and a fireplace.  edit
  • Antlers Condominiums and Conference Center, 680 West Lionshead Place, +1-800-843-8245, [22]. 150 yards from ski lifts. Studios up to four bedroom condominiums. Pets accepted in some units, free high-speed internet, and free underground parking.  edit
  • Evergreen Lodge, 250 S. Frontage Road, +1-800-284-VAIL, [23]. Between Lionshead and Vail Village. Free high speed internet.  edit
  • Gore Creek Properties Vail, 3971 Bighorn Road, +1-800-967-3500, [24]. Condominium, private home, and townhouse rentals in Vail. Variety of price ranges.  edit
  • Lodge at Lionshead, [25]. Condominiums near gondola and ski school. Features heated outdoor pools, hot tub, saunas, fitness center, concierge services, and free Wi-Fi.  edit
  • The Savory Inn & Cooking School of Vail, [26]. Gourmet breakfasts, hot tub, and romantic rooms.  edit
  • Vail Cascade Resort & Spa, 1300 Westhaven Drive (at the base of Vail Mountain along the banks of Gore Creek), (toll free: +1-800-282-4183), [27]. AAA Four-Diamond ski resort that features ski-in/ski-out accommodations, private condos, and vacation rentals. Other amenities and services include a spa, meeting facilities, and fine dining options.  edit

Splurge[edit]

  • The Lodge at Vail, 174 East Gore Creek Dr (at the base of Vail Mountain), +1-970-476-5011, [28]. If you have more money than you know what to do with, you can stay here. The Lodge at Vail combines the elegance of an alpine inn with the amenities and service you'd normally expect at modern high-end hotels. The AAA Four Diamond lodge features two restaurants, a 7,725-square-foot spa, exercise room, outdoor pool, piano bar, ski rental, and ski storage.  edit
  • The Sebastian - Vail, 16 Vail Road (Exit 176 from Interstate 70, take Vail Road from the round-a-bout. The hotel is the first building on the left), 970-477-8000, [29]. checkin: 4PM; checkout: 11AM. A recently built hotel and private residence club. Formerly the Vail Plaza Hotel, this hotel's amenities include flat screen HD LCD TVs with premium channels, iPod/iPad docking stations, DVD/Blu-Ray players, a mini refrigerator, individually controlled HVAC, and high speed wireless internet access. On-site are a spa and three restaurants. $605+ (winter rates). (39.642718357021394,-106.37815296649933) edit
  • Vail Mountain Lodge & Spa, 352 E. Meadow Dr (near the Covered Bridge), +1-970-476-0700, [30]. A cozy, beautiful boutique hotel with 20 lodge rooms and seven two and three bedroom condominiums. Each lodge room features free Wi-Fi, a feather king bed or two feather queen beds, iPod docking station, a gas fireplace, heated stone tile floor in the bathroom, a large soaking tub and separate glass shower, and free AVEDA products. Condominiums are equipped with washer/dryer, sleeper sofa, spacious kitchens with premium appliances, and balconies for mountain-view units. You can enjoy free access to the Vail Athletic Club [31], an 18,000 square foot state-of-the-art private facility within the hotel that includes a yoga studio, a pilates studio, cardio equipment, weights, Vail's only indoor climbing wall, steam room, sauna, and jacuzzi. Also available are two co-ed outdoor jacuzzis overlooking Gore Creek and the ski mountain. Also on property is the Spa at Vail Mountain Lodge [32], a full-service facility offering facials, massages, unique signature treatments, natural nail services, and other scrubs and wraps. Additionally, there is The Vitality Center [33], a new wellness center with medical experts. One of Vail's top restaurants, Terra Bistro [34], is also located in the hotel and provides a large free breakfast to hotel guests during peak seasons (winter and summer).  edit
  • Vail Marriott Mountain Resort, 715 West Lionshead Circle, +1-970-476-4444, [35]. A Vail Resorts property, the Vail Marriott Mountain Resort welcomes guests with the charm of a European chateau. It it located near the Eagle Bahn Gondola and features a quaint spa, ski and bike rental shop, dining, and two heated swimming pools. (39.642743,-106.391559) edit

Get out[edit]

  • See above in the Eat section for some towns near Vail.
  • Beaver Creek is right down the valley.
  • Glenwood Springs is a beautiful one hour drive, west on I-70, from Vail, and you can enjoy the town's famous hot springs when you arrive.
  • Aspen is a two hour drive away.
  • Rocky Mountain National Park is about a two drive to the northeast.
  • Colorado's Wine Country is home to over 70 wineries and its own indigenous vineyards. Wine lovers can enjoy several scenic day trips from Vail to many of the small towns that grow their own grapes. These lovely little communities include Montrose, Palisade, Paonia, and Hotchkiss, as well as the city of Grand Junction.
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