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The Villages of Vail

Vail started as a ski town in the 1960s and has evolved to be a sought-after destination year-round. The town is comprised of several villages all connected by pedestrian walkways and heated streets. Each village and subsequent areas offer a little different twist on the Vail experience you can enjoy.

Vail Village offers guests a wide array of activities and attractions from summertime fun hiking and biking on the mountain to easy access skiing via Gondola One. Along with numerous shops, delicious restaurants, and exciting nightlife, there is always something to do.
Lionshead is located further West of Vail Village and near the Eagle Bahn Gondola. Home to more great dining options and shopping alike Lionshead is closed off to through traffic making it a great place to stroll an take in the mountains!
East of Vail Village is Golden Peak conveniently located at the base of Chair 6 Riva Bahn offers access to the Burton Open terrain park and ski school facilities. On the quieter end of things, Gold Peak is a great place to escape to.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Vail

There is a lot to think about as you plan a trip anywhere and sometimes the mountain trips can be tricky at least in terms of transportation. Find road resources, travel information and more below to help you prepare for your trip to Vail.

Road conditions along I-70 can change quickly & can be dangerous at certain times. Be sure to check Vail and Eagle County road conditions on before driving to the area.

Vail is a mecca for outdoor adventure. During the winter, people come for skiing, snowboarding, fat biking, cross-country skiing, sledding, sleighing, tubing, skating, snowshoeing, and more. Summertime brings nature-lovers from all over for hiking, mountain biking, golfing, fishing, kayaking, rock climbing and more.

Vail is about 45 miles West of the continental divide, just past Summit County and Copper Mountain, about 2.5 hours from Denver. Vail encompasses the area from Vail Pass to Dowd Junction/West Vail.

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