‘Tis the season to relax, rejuvenate and treat yourself to something special. Whether it is a soak in the springs, a day at the spa or a fitness class, you’ll find it all right at your fingertips.
Go ahead! You deserve it!
Reset and rejuvenate! Vail Valleys spas and wellness centers are at the forefront off providing a variety of treatments to satisfy what you are looking for. Each spa has signature treatments that range from body scrubs to hot stones to custom massages. Whether you are looking to soak in traditional style greek therapy baths to receiving acupuncture to red light therapy. Listed below a just a few of the spa offerings. View full list of spas here.
Drawing inspiration from our stunning alpine surroundings, Allegria Spa in the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek offers restorative natural elements for ultimate mind and body rejuvenation.
Four Seasons Resort 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.
Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch
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.
How ever you choose to treat yourself, you will feel relaxed, renewed and refreshed after visiting any one our world renowned spas.Listed below are just a few of the spas.
Eagle Climbing + Fitness
Eagle Climbing + Fitness is a first class indoor climbing facility offering top-rope, lead climbing, and bouldering, along with options for everyone, from beginners to professional climbers.
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The Gypsum Recreation Center and Edwards Field House are home to some of the best indoor rock climbing in Eagle County. Both facilities feature a large climbing wall and separate bouldering wall. After completing a Mountain Recreation belay certification, both climbing walls are available to guests during normal facility operating hours. Standard facility admission fees apply, or are included with your membership.
There’s no shame in heading inside for a little workout or recovery. There are excellent fitness facilities through the valley, as well as great ones in the hotels.
Vail, Colorado will become the epicenter of climate action at the inaugural Climb It For Climate on Saturday, September 24 at 9:00 a.m. The event will feature a hike up Berrypicker on Vail Mountain with education and action stations plus interactive challenges along the trail and will culminate at Eagle’s Nest where participants will enjoy live music, food, and beverages.
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Vail Mountain, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Crested Butte announced today their opening dates for the winter 2022-23 season, starting with Keystone's kick-off in October and running all the way until spring with Breckenridge open well into May. Keystone will open as soon as weather and conditions permit in October, thanks to its state-of-the-art, energy-efficient snowmaking system. Breckenridge and Vail will follow on Nov. 11, and...