Celebrate the Fourth of July in Vail by attending the biggest celebration of Summer at the annual Vail America Days. This year’s theme is the Great Outdoors and it promises to be a fun filled day sure to entertain everyone in the family and showcase the best of Vail.
The Vail America Days parade is not to be missed. It is one of the largest parades in Colorado and begins at 10am starting at Golden Peak on Vail Valley Drive and end on Lionshead. The parade will last approximately two hours and have and ... read more
For an amazing musical experience unlike any other be sure to get tickets to Bravo Vail. Music lovers from all over the world come to see some of the world’s greatest classical music orchestras perform on stage with the stunning Rocky Mountains in the background. It is a listening and visual event not to be missed.
Bravo Vail is located at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater beginning on June 21st and runs until August 2nd. The highlight of the event is the four internationally acclaimed orchestras perfor... read more
Vail may be a small town but there is no shortage of palate pleasing wine bars rivaling any bigger city. If you are a local or just visiting for vacation here are a few of our favorite places to have a glass of your favorite wine or find your new favorite vintage.
Located in Vail Village Root & Flower is a local’s favorite wine bar and after one visit its easy to see why. Offering over fifty wines by that glass and a large assortment of wine by the bottle they offer something for everyone to love. Ro... read more
Massive crowds swarmed Vail Mountain for Closing Day on Sunday, April 15, and there was plenty of terrain open for them to enjoy.
About half of the mountain — 2,791 acres — was available for skiers and snowboarders, and most of it had reached a nice mashed potato consistency by the afternoon.
By 3:30 p.m., most people had made their way to one of two areas — the top of Chair 4 or the bottom of Golden Peak.
Atop Chair 4, thousands of costumed revelers congregated to celebrate the season.
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Posted by Step Beyond Media on April 13, 2018 in
Usually, a snow bird brings to mind leaving the snowy winterlands of the north behind for the sunny, warm beaches of the south. Every winter, however, thousands of people from all over the globe flock to ski resorts in search of the iconic ski life - fresh powder, little responsibility, and mountain town living. As ski resorts have grown and become more popular, seasonal migrators to Vail must pick up extra hours to make ends meet and even more importantly, find a place to live. If you’re one of t... read more