Vail Ski Resorts Deals & Tips

Vail Ski Resorts are one of the most expensive resorts in the Western region. Prepared to get sweep away by its serene scenery and high mountains that receive loads of powder snow!

What makes skiing in Vail so expensive are the wealthy & famous visitors that it host from all over the world so be prepared to pay all through the 4 season!

About Vail Terrain
Vail will provide you with a wonderful skiing experience. Total ski able area in Vail is 5289 acres. The top and base elevations at Vail are 11,570 and 8,120 feet respectively. Its vertical drop is 3450 ft.

It provides a variety of ski runs for beginners (28%), for intermediate skiers (32%) and for experts (40%). Vail however has very little snow making capabilities. Its total snow making is only on 380 acres.

Its terrain has three distinguished mountains: the Front Side, the Back Bowls and the Blue Sky basin. The Blue Sky basin is almost isolated and has no day lodge. The Back Bowls are very deep and only 6 miles wide.

Best Time To Visit
The winter season starts in November and ends in April. You can expect pretty exciting kinds of outdoor winter activities predominated by skiing and snowshoeing, ice-skating, snowmobiling, dog sledding, sleigh rides and hot air balloon rides. You can also have a horse and carriage ride through Vail during these period!

Apart From Vail Ski Resorts
There are more than 150 lodging options to meet your taste and budget. There are also town houses, condominiums and private homes available at somewhat reasonable rates.

There are lots of recreational areas in the hotels including health centers, fitness centers, cozy fireside areas, guest rooms, conference rooms and also public areas. Some hotels will give you excellent services like free room service, ATM, high speed Internet connection, free local calls and also secretarial services.

Vail Night Life
Nightlife in Vail is very colorful. There are lots of bars and nightclubs to make your skiing vacation lively and more enjoyable. There are dance clubs with bars, live music and more activities. You can get world-class restaurants, cafeterias and movie theatres.

Getting To Vail Ski Resorts
There are two major airports near Vail. One is the Denver International Airport, which is around 140 miles from Vail, and another is a seasonal airport called Eagle Country, which is only 35 miles from Vail and is serviced by American, Continental, Delta, Northwest and United Airlines.

The spectacular views, fresh mountain air and fun activities will take your breath away! So start packing and reward yourself by spending a vacation in the world’s premier skiing resort, the Vail Ski Resorts.