Vail Colorado Travel
Today's overdue post therefore highlights some of my favorite ways to spend time in Colorado's Vail Valley. This article describes what to do in Vails, skiing, snowboarding and is a good introduction to skiing and snowboarding.
There are some really fun Vail Segway tours I want to do before and after the quirky tour. I # Ve spent a wonderful few days skiing, eating and skiing from Vails to Beaver Creek, meditating in Betty Ford's Alpine Gardens, waking up to mountain views, eating in Vail Village and spending time with friends and family. My experiences include a visit to the farmers market in Vailing, a beer at the Vailing brewery and a hike up the Valtteri mountain. Hiking or exploring the off-beaten track trails is an experience that makes me all the more excited for my next trip to Coeur d'Alene, Colorado.
If you are not living in Colorado, you can rent a car and drive from Denver to Vail, or fly or take a shuttle. t have to worry about finding the shuttle, but if you do not want to rent the car, you can fly to Colorado and then fly back to Denver and take another shuttle. If you are lucky and have friends in the Denver area, you can take a bus or train to Vails Village. The trip from Denver to Beaver Creek would take about 2-3 hours depending on traffic and weather, and it can also take 1-2 hours to get to the ski resort by bus or even a few hours by train or bus.
Vail Eagle County Airport is located about 35 km from Vail, and if you don't want to rent a car, Epic Mountain Express offers a shared van ride from the airport to the ski resort. It costs you about $70 per person to share a van ride to Vails, or $60 for the entire trip.
Tennessee Pass Road merges with I-70 about 5 miles west of Vail, but a more direct route south is via US 24 at Leadville. Skiers using the Ikon Pass must make a trip to Aspen Mountain Resort, the largest ski resort in Colorado and the second largest in the United States, or Wyoming. If you want to explore more of the Vails Valley, several other hills have teamed up with Alterra Mountain Co., the operator of Beaver Creek Ski Resort. Beaver Creek offers guided hikes to the same mountains that skiers will reach in November, as well as some other trails for those who prefer to stay closer to their home town.
The Lionshead Trail, which stretches from the top of Vail Mountain to the foot of Vails Valley, and the Beaver Creek Trail are both simultaneous, as is the Lion's Head Trail at Lions Head.
The Vail Mountain Resort welcomes professional skiers who have been training on the slopes or have never seen snow. Olympic champions, two of them on slopes, and Vails Valley welcomes them in the snow. The mountains of Vail, from the top of the mountain to the foot of the Vailed Valley, are greeted by views of Beaver Creek and Lionshead Trail.
The Vail ski resort is the largest in the city, with a total area of over 2,000 hectares and is surrounded by mountains. Aspen Mountain Ski is located a few kilometers north of downtown Aspepen, home to the second largest ski resort in the world, the Asperger Ski Resort.
It goes without saying, but perhaps the best - the secret of Vail - is its ability to appreciate the beauty and beauty of the mountains and the incredible views from its ski resorts. Try the Nova Guides' Top Rockies tour, which takes you on a tour of four surrounding mountain ranges, including the Continental Divide. Alpine skiing is legendary, and you can take advantage of it at Aspen Mountain Ski Resort, the largest ski resort in the world.
Take a guided snowmobile tour or head to Vail Pass to rent a snowmobile, or head to the top of the Continental Divide for a day of skiing and snowboarding.
The easiest way to get to Vail is usually to fly from Denver International Airport and take the Colorado Mountain Express shuttle to Vails. If you have altitude sickness, fly to Denver and spend the night acclimatizing before taking the Colorado Mountain Express to Vail Mountain. Some options include cycling the Gore Range Trail, a mountain ride or a day trip to Leadville to climb the Continental Divide, the highest point in the US at 5,000 feet above sea level. There are a number of ways to get to and from Vana Eagle Regional Airport, such as flying to Denver or flying from Denver, but the easiest and most cost-effective way to get to Varying Valley is to drive to Eagle County Airport in Eagle, Colorado, and then drive to Eagle Valley Airport to stay overnight.