There is plenty of trout to be caught in Vail, with great fly fishing right in your back yard. Additionally, there are plenty of stunning views around the Vail area to seek out a hike. You can conquer a large peak, stroll through a meadow of wildflowers, or discover an alpine lake. Booth Falls is a gentle 4.6 mile out and back trail great for a day trip that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from June until August. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Lost Lake Trail is a 7.5 mile out and back that features a lake and is good for all skill levels, and is accessible from June until September. These trails are found in the White River National Forest.

With a variety of dining options to choose from, you can expand or challenge your palette in Vail. Whether craving an apres-ski drink, a hearty meal, pub fare, or something upscale, we have fantastic options to choose from!

With access to both Vail and Beaver Creek mountains, vacationers to Vail, Colorado will be treated to fresh powder on a variety of terrain – from beginner runs to backbowls. Vail is the largest ski resort in the United States, so you`ll have plenty of room to ski or board around, and lots to explore!

The winter season in the Vail valley and Beaver Creek is all about celebrating snow and celebrating life in the beautiful Colorado Rocky Mountains. These two world-renowned ski resorts have an events calendar that is jam-packed with all kinds of happenings from December through the end of April. When booking your lodging at Vail or your Beaver Creek condo, be sure to check out our events calendar for current information on the exciting season’s events.

The golf clubs surrounding Vail, Colorado are fantastic – offering stunning views, sunny skies and a variety of courses. With 18 holes from Avon to Vail, you`ll see why golf courses such as Arrowhead Golf Club are named “Top 75 Public Golf Courses” by Golf Digest.