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Eagle County Visitor Information

Whether you are a first-time guest or regular visitor, we are happy to have you and hope you enjoy your stay. Like many communities, we have been working hard to protect the health and safety of all our residents and guests.

We all welcome guests to Eagle County to enjoy our resorts villages, Vail and Beaver Creek, as well as the local restaurants, shops, activity providers and lodges. Eagle County Government and Public Health, with their partners Vail Health and many others, have been leaders in their COVID response and recovery information sharing, protocols, and safety. Check out EagleCountyCOVID.org for any and all information relating to public health safety regulations, testing protocols and more.

Plan your trip today! The official digital visitor’s guide to the Vail Valley is designed to provide trip ideas, itinerary suggestions, locals’ tips and insider information to make your stay enjoyable and memorable.

Mask Mandate?

There is currently no countywide mask mandate, however, businesses may institute their own policies requiring vaccines or face coverings so it is best to have a mask with you.

Eagle County Public Health & Environment will continue to provide robust availability of the COVID-19 vaccine and boosters for all eligible individuals – locals and visitors. Public Health officials note the importance of testing when individuals have symptoms consistent with COVID-19 or after being exposed to someone with the disease. Anyone testing positive should remain at home and isolate for 5 days from when the symptoms began.

Testing centers are set up throughout Eagle County though hours and locations are subject to change. Up-to-date information about testing locations, days, and times can be found at eaglecountycovid.org.

Vail & Beaver Creek Winter Mountain Operations

We are excited to welcome guests back to Vail and Beaver Creek for the winter season. Vail Resorts remains committed to doing everything they can to help keep you safe this season, so you can focus on having a great time on the mountain.

  • Mountain Access – There is no mountain reservation system this season and lifts and gondolas will load at normal capacity
  • Face Coverings – Face coverings will be required to ride the gondola at Vail and Beaver Creek, and in indoor settings, including in Vail Resorts restaurants, lodging properties, restrooms, and retail and rental locations, and on buses.
  • Vaccination Requirements – Guests ages 12 and over will be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccinations to dine at Vail Resorts indoor, on-mountain quick-service (cafeteria-style) restaurants. This requirement includes those guests 12 and over in our ski and ride school programs that include lunch.

Learn more at Vail.com and BeaverCreek.com