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Vail Colorado Vacation Planning Blog

Read our Vail, Colorado Blog to get the latest information and stay up to date on everything going on in Vail, Beaver Creek and across the entire Vail Valley. We fill you in on what's new, what's hot and what you have to see and do when you are here. Nearly every day, you will find fresh info about Vail and the surrounding resorts and communities that will help you get the most out of your vacation no matter what time of year you plan to visit.

Patagonia Ski Day with Braden "Pep" Fujas

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

On Friday, Dec. 19, 2014 the Patagonia Store at Arrabelle in Vail Square in Lionshead Village is providing an opportunity for 35 individuals to ski or ride for an hour with former Winter X Games competitor and well-known ski actor in more than 20 ski films, Braden “Pep” Fujas.  To experience a free, one-hour ski session with Fujas...

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Indulge in Vail Spa Treatments

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Everyone loves a great massage especially during vacation but in the wintertime there are even more reasons to treat yourself. Numerous resorts and lodges have onsite spa and body treatment services available and may offer spa packages as part of their Vail lodging deals. Benefits of a Winter Massage Ski and snowboarding enthusiasts love when...

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Vail and Beaver Creek Welcome the 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

The 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships is coming to the Vail Valley in February of 2015. This two-week long competition, also referred to as Vail Beaver Creek 2015, will include 700 athletes from 70 nations with races on the mountain of Vail & Beaver Creek. These World Championships represent the biggest and most remarkable group of ski...

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Vail and Beaver Creek Opening Day

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

The long-awaited day is almost here. Vail Mountain Opening Day is this Friday, November 21st. Vail Mountain is the most popular mountain skied in Colorado and one of the top ten in the United States. Vail Mountain covers 5,289 acres with seven bowls, 3 terrain parks, 196 trails and 31 Ski Lifts. The terrain is not for the faint of heart with 53%...

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Things to Do in Vail

Friday, November 14, 2014

Vail has long been known for its excellent ski resorts and outdoor adventures but this quaint village has so much more to offer to locals and tourists alike. has listed the top outdoor and indoor Things to Do in Vail: Outdoor Activities Betty Ford Alpine Gardens – Discover the ethereal beauty of the world’s highest...

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Halloween starts early with children’s events and parent’s drinks

Thursday, October 30, 2014

The month is finally coming to a close but not without a frightful bang. Yes, my fellow goblins and ghouls, the month-long wait for Halloween is finally over, for this Friday will be the fall celebration complete with no end of things to do for you and yours. Friday, October 31st, the day of celebration, will start as early as 10AM and will be...

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Vail Ski and Snowboard Swap; act now and build credit to save!

Friday, October 24, 2014

As locals of Vail, we love snowboarding. We love to go snowboarding, to talk about snowboarding, to meet people who love snowboarding and –most of all— to keep people snowboarding. That’s the idea behind Vail Sports and Beaver Creek Sports programs: to keep you and your kids geared up to hit the slopes.  As parents, we...

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Celebrate Halloween with science and gear up for winter this weekend

Monday, October 20, 2014

Happy Halloween from your friends in The Valley! This weekend, October 25th and 26th, Vail will be the ghoulish host to events so fun that the whole family is bound to scream. First and foremost, fall is quickly turning colder and the snows have begun to coat the mountains with their glamourous glisten. That means that Vail’s 45th annual Ski...

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Lifts not open yet but the Valley’s still ripe with things to see

Monday, October 13, 2014

The beauty of Vail Valley in the fall is hard to contend with. The leaves of The Valley’s aspen trees change to orange, yellow, and amber to give the mountain side view the illusion of a fiery display, warmly welcoming incoming tourists with the change of seasons.  With all the restaurants, live music, and promotions that come through...

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Harvesting Vail, Colorado

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Fall in Vail, Colorado; the temperatures cool, the anticipation of snow is in the air, and the leaves of the foliage begin to change their color. If you haven’t already taken a hike around the gorgeous mountains and trails Colorado has to offer, a scenic journey around Vail for the harvest season is highly recommended. Already a pristine...

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