The ski system is reached via three towns that are all located by Vail Mountain: Lionshead, Vail Village and Golden Peak.
Apart from the major ski system and great selection of ski slopes you can also try many other activities here. This is a really good option if you are looking for an active skiing vacation with a lot of fun all day and all night long.
Vail – Impossible to get boredIn Vail you can really enjoy your vacation and you simply can’t get bored. There is just everything you could ever think of or wish for. Skiing and snowboarding is of course the primary reason to visit Vail, but you’ll also find other fun activities. How about trying to go downhill on a big inflatable tube? It is really fast and very much enjoyed by children and adults alike. Ask for Snow Tubing!
Another fun activity is to go downhill on a kind of bike – a ski bike!
Skiers and snowboarders alike will enjoy the vast number of ski slopes and snowparks available. With more than 30 ski lifts, 193 ski slopes and 18 kilometers of cross-country skiing tracks you really have something to dig into to. After an adventurous day you can easily continue exploring the numerous restaurants, bars and cafés. Dance away the night in the night clubs – but do get up to stand on the skis the next day so you don’t miss a day in this great place.
Flights to VailThe easiest way to reach Vail is via a flight to Denver or possibly to the closest airport: Vail/Eagle County Airport (EGE). Several domestic routes operate this airport. From here it will not take you more than half an hour to reach Vail ski resort. In case you fly in from Europe it will be easier to catch a flight to Denver. It really takes no more than two hours to reach Vail from Denver.
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