Itineraries & News

Tips for a Safe Winter Driving Season

Winter driving season is upon us – which means you can expect snow, ice and unpredictable conditions across the state at any given time. We’re breaking down some of the basics when it comes to winter driving in Colorado to help you navigate the roads safely and confidently this season. Tire Safety One of the...

Peak 1 Express: Airport Transportation that Fits Your Schedule

With roots in Colorado’s mountains and over 10 years of transportation experience, Peak 1 Express understands mountain travel like no other. When it comes to calling the Vail Valley home, we recognize the difficulties of arranging airport transportation for yourself, or for out of town family and friends. We also understand that winter and holiday...

VPAC’s Therese M. Grojean Classical Concert Calendar Inspires

The 2023/’24 Therese M. Grojean Classical Series is studded with both variety and talent, promising six enchanting evenings from December through March 2024. One of the world’s most exciting and innovative classical groups Nu Deco Ensemble ushers in Vilar Performing Arts Center’s highly anticipated classical season with a special holiday performance in December. In January,...

Book Early for Winter Lodging Savings

The change of seasons is in full swing with snow blanketing the peaks! Secure savings on lodging for the winter season by booking your trip early. CHRISTIANIA Save 10% off stays 2 nights or longer in any queen room at Christiania at Vail, or save 10% off stays 2 nights or longer in a 2-...

Locals’ Favorite Non-Ski Activities

Need an off-day during your ski week? Or perhaps you don’t ski at all. There’s more to enjoy in the winter than skiing and snowboarding. Here are the locals’ favorite non-ski activities. “Outdoor ice skating in Vail Village, Lionshead Village, or Beaver Creek is a great alternative to going up on the mountain. Snowshoeing on...

Favorite Hikes in the Vail Valley

We asked, locals answered: what’s their favorite hike in the Valley? If you’re a hiker, you’ll want to check out these trails. Matthew from Highline Vail: “Booth Falls (with Booth Lake) in East Vail is a perfect trail for both beginners and advanced hikers. You can hear the sound of Booth Creek all the way...

Five Vail Valley restaurants received MICHELIN recommendations

Five Vail Valley restaurants received MICHELIN recommendations as the Colorado Tourism Office (CTO) unveiled its inaugural selection for Colorado MICHELIN Guide and honored chefs and restaurant teams in Denver earlier this month. Be sure to give these restaurants a try during your visit to the Vail Valley: Mirabelle in Beaver Creek Splendido at The Chateau...

Xfinity Birds of Prey Audi FIS Ski World Cup set to return to Beaver Creek in December 2023 with two downhills, super G, and weekend of festivities

Beaver Creek, Colo., Sept. 21, 2023 — Snow flurries are dusting high peaks and mountain-dwellers around the northern hemisphere are turning their thoughts toward skiing ­­– and ski racing – in anticipation of the coming season. Since 1997 the Xfinity Birds of Prey Audi FIS Ski World Cup in Beaver Creek, Colo., has been “Where...

Live Like a Local – Top Visitor Tips

We asked locals to share their top visitor tips. Read on for great advice about what to see and do along with what to expect during your visit. Tanya from Gallegos Corporation says, “The locals are friendly. Don’t look so shocked when a passerby makes eye contact and greets you with a ‘hello’. The interaction...

Fall in Love with Savings

The crisp air, changing leaves and serenity of fall is the best unkept secret of the Vail Valley. Escape the crowds or get your adrenaline pumping in the local’s favorite season. Fall lodging deals are available on www.visitvailvalley.com for bookings between August 1 – September 30, 2023, for travel between September 1 – November 10,...