Photo courtesy Jack Affleck

Courses

Leaf-peepers will find their haven in the Vail Valley during the months of September and October. Locals have their favorite fall-foliage hikes throughout the Vail Valley, but consider seeing the sites and getting your exercise out on the golf course.

Beaver Creek Golf Course, Eagle Ranch Golf Club, EagleVail Golf Club, Red Sky Ranch and Golf ClubVail Golf Club, Gypsum Creek, Sonnenalp and Cordillera with 3 different courses – The Valley Course, The Mountain Course and The Summit Course

Each one 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.

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.

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.

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.