Fall Wellness Seeker

Fall is the Season for You

Take time for you and check out one of the amazing spas the Vail Valley has to offer, or consider seeing the sites and getting your exercise out on the golf course. At the end of the day—no matter your circumstances—treat yourself!

SPAS & SPRINGS

Spas
Hotel spas have long been on the forefront of providing rejuvenating and often times luxurious spa treatments.

At Allegria Spa in the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek, spa goers can go on a 90-minute guided hike followed by treatments at the spa.

The Four Seasons Resort Spa offers organic treatments that focus on preserving the delicate balance of hydration and nourishment, which is especially important in this alpine climate.

Meanwhile, at the Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch, therapists use a combination of deep heat, royal Thai massage and an aromatic hot poultice to work their magic on sore muscles during the Hot Herbal Poultice treatment.

Spa Anjali, at the Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa in Avon, offers a series of “Chakra Blessing” treatments, including the Manipura blessing, which focuses on the naval chakra responsible for igniting health and vitality. The treatment combines a detoxifying foot and body scrub, bio-energy mud wrap, massage and lymphatic drainage.

YOGA & FITNESS

Outdoor yoga can be found at Solaris in Vail, Little Beach Community Park in Minturn, Avon Performance Pavilion on Saturday Mornings; Town Park in Eagle on Sundays and at the Centennial Lawn in Beaver Creek on Wednesday afternoons.

If you haven’t already, try SUP yoga! Rent a paddle board and head out to any lake in the valley or The Westin Athletic Club offers SUP yoga classes using their outdoor swimming pool.

For more fitness providers in the Vail Valley, click here.

GOLF

See magnificent sites of the valley from the golf course, including the golden fall colors. Enjoy golfing at one of these golf courses: Beaver Creek Golf CourseEagle Ranch Golf ClubEagleVail Golf Club, Red Sky Ranch and Golf ClubVail Golf Club, Gypsum Creek, Sonnenalp and Cordillera.

Each course provides its own unique perspective in greens, tees, traps and topography. Golfing in the Vail Valley offers unique opportunities to spot wildlife – big and small – while experiencing how high elevation makes your ball go further.

Restaurants & Bars

In the Vail Valley, eating isn't merely sustenance - it's an important part of the lifestyle. From fine dining hotspots to casual comforts, it's not hard to find great food. Colorado is known for their locals breweries, distilleries and even wineries. Come sample a taste of Colorado and even international spirit favorites.

Activity Providers

Sure, Vail is world-renowned for its skiing and snowboarding, but the Vail Valley offers plenty beyond vast bowls of bluebird powder days and grippin' groomers. Whether you prefer your adventure water-drenched, iced, air-borne, cliff-side, cycled, motorized or snowy out mountain recreation covers it- and much, much more.

Vail Valley Events

Ski terrain and wonderful snow put the Vail Valley on the map, but it's more than just a ski resort. The calendar is packed with events that are a big part of the Vail Valley's culture. From outdoor concerts at the Ford Amphitheater to bull riding at the rodeo, it's easy to stay busy.

Visitor Information from the Locals

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Habitat for Humanity’s 2020 Impact Report

As I reflect on the past year, there were times of uncertainty, anxiety and struggle, it was also a year of growth, resilience, perseverance and hope. Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley, thanks to our leadership, staff, partnerships and generosity, persevered and adapted as we faced the unknown. In doing so, with limited volunteers, our business partners we re “essential.” Over 50 companies provided professional...
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